Question by Real Life: Can you believe this Sen. McCain, 2007: “The fact is that I’ve never supported amnesty.” ???
Sen. McCain Called For Amnesty; Pushed A Bill Derided As Amnesty
Sen. McCain, 2003: “I think we can set up a program where amnesty is extended to a certain number of people who are eligible‚Ķ” (C. T. Revere, “McCain Pushes Amnesty, Guest-Worker Program,” Tucson Citizen, 5/29/03)

Sen. McCain, 2007: “The fact is that I’ve never supported amnesty.” (ABC’s “This Week,” 12/30/07)

Sen. McCain Claims He Has “Never Supported Amnesty”:,

On ABC’s “This Week,” Sen. McCain Claimed “I’ve Never Supported Amnesty.” SEN MCCAIN: “The fact is that I’ve never supported amnesty.” (ABC’s “This Week,” 12/30/07) Yet As Early As 2003, Sen. McCain Was Specifically Calling For Amnesty:

Sen. McCain, 2003: “Amnesty Has To Be An Important Part.” “‘Amnesty has to be an important part because there are people who have lived in this country for 20, 30 or 40 years, who have raised children here and pay taxes here and are not citizens. That has to be a component of it,’ he said. ‘How can we have a temporary worker program if we’re not allowing people who have been here for 30 years to hold jobs here?'” (C. T. Revere, “McCain Pushes Amnesty, Guest-Worker Program,” Tucson Citizen, 5/29/03)

In 2003, Sen. McCain Also Said, “I Think We Can Set Up A Program Where Amnesty Is Extended To A Certain Number Of People Who Are Eligible…” “‘I believe we can pursue the security programs and at the same time set up a system where people can come here and work on a temporary basis. I think we can set up a program where amnesty is extended to a certain number of people who are eligible and at the same time make sure that we have some control over people who come in and out of this country,’ he said.” (C. T. Revere, “McCain Pushes Amnesty, Guest-Worker Program,” Tucson Citizen, 5/29/03)

Sen. McCain Teamed Up With Sen. Ted Kennedy To Push Legislation Widely Derided As Amnesty:

Union Leader Editorial: McCain-Kennedy Proposal “Would Encourage Border Jumping.” “Sens. John McCain and Ted Kennedy have a bill that, surprise, includes a generous guest worker program that would encourage border jumping. Illegals who register would have to pay a fine and taxes, but they would get to stay here and apply for permanent residency. That sure beats waiting at the border and hoping to be let in.” (Editorial, “Turnstile Security,” The [Manchester, NH] Union Leader, 3/27/06)
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6 thoughts on “Can you believe this Sen. McCain, 2007: “The fact is that I’ve never supported amnesty.” ???”

  1. It all depends on what you define as “amnesty”.

    At least “amnesty” is easier to define than “is”.

    If Clinton could get away with changing the definition of “is”, then this seems fine to me.

  2. that man is in our state and i like some others think if one race is ditched they all should be or at least start leaving the people alone a lot of whites go to Mexico so does that mean they will be treated the same way.

  3. Yeah, McCain’s doomed and rightfully so. At a debate he said the reason we don’t trust gov’t amnesty plans is because of Iraq and Katrina. Wrong! It’s because despite the secure fence act passed about a year ago that “mandated” double layer fencing, the border is STILL wide open. If you’re going to give an incentive to come hear, at LEAST lock the door first. How hard is it to build a fence? We’ve been to the moon, but we can’t build a border fence.

    I’m thinking Romney. He didn’t have a sanctuary city like Guliani did, he didn’t defend college tuition breaks for illegals like Huckabee did, and he isn’t as old looking and sounding (I know it’s shallow but I don’t think he could win like that) as Thompson is. Not to mention, he was endorsed by Tom Tancredo, who I would make president if I could. Romney’s good on the war on terror and other issues as well. Plus, he seems clever and smart. It was good when he called Guliani on blaming him for a company that hired illegals unbeknown to him.

  4. McCain said he wanted to deport two million illegal aliens immdiately. We have the 12 million illegal aliens that the Immigration Service tells us are in country. But there is another and critical element here. The Mexican Mafia has been selling really good I.D.’s since about 1994. I don’t know how many have been sold.. but it has to be in the millions.

    Suddenly we need to look at the number of illegal aliens the Census suggests are here (12 million), AND… the illegal aliens we don’t detect who have those excellent I.D.s. And please believe me.. he knows those folks with the I.D.s don’t show up on the reports.

    Now how many illegals in this country? 30 million? 30 million and McCain only wants to deport 2 million? Same old, same old out of that guy.

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