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Here we go again. Just when I was going to try to cut this candidate some slack.

McCain-founded organization funded by leftist George Soros

Chad Groening – OneNewsNow – 2/13/2008 10:40:00 AM

Author and investigative journalist Jerome Corsi says some critics of GOP presidential candidate John McCain are concerned about a non-profit organization he founded in 2001 that has received funding from left-wing donors like George Soros and Teresa Heinz-Kerry.   

Dr. Jerome Corsi recently published an article in WorldNetDaily which focuses on the Reform Institute, which Senator McCain (R-Arizona) used to promote his political agenda and to provide compensation to key campaign operatives between elections. The best-selling author says critics are questioning McCain’s conservative credentials in light of the fact that prominent leftists have donated heavily to this organization.
“It’s shocking to think that George Soros and Teresa Heinz-Kerry have [had] this kind of funding hook to John McCain for so many years,” notes Corsi. “I think it explains how this foundation backed and promoted McCain’s various leftist positions, as in campaign reform and in immigration where he wanted to open borders.”
Corsi says even though McCain was forced to sever his formal ties with the Reform Institute in 2006 in the wake of a controversial cable television contribution, the fact that he was willing to accept money from individuals like Soros and Heinz-Kerry reveals his “true colors” as someone who has always championed leftist causes.

So last week  Governor Mitt Romney “heartily” endorsed Sen. John McCain. Is it because Gov. Romney IS politically expedient? Is he now “flip-flopping” his allegiance “to pay his own dues” to the Republican party?

I’m at a loss. Yes, there are some good thing about Sen. John McCain. But just like with Pres. Bush, there are a lot of very sneaky things going on behind the smoke and mirrors scenes – oh like the suppression of free speech (McCain-Feingold), opening up the borders (McCain-Kennedy). Who doesn’t want to save the earth (McCain-Lieberman) but our nation is so in debt that we can’t afford even the interest of our loans to China. From Wikipedia:

His 2006 rating by the Almanac of American Politics (2008) on Social Policy is 46% conservative, 53% liberal. (2005: 64% conservative, 23% liberal.)[48] McCain also has an 83% rating from the Christian Coalition, which indicates many socially conservative views such as voting yes on $75M for abstinence education, yes on recommending Constitutional ban on flag desecration, and voting yes on memorial prayers and religious symbols at school.

Maybe I heard this on Glenn Beck last week, but what better way to push through a North American Union than by suppressing our economy, opening the borders, squelching free speech and doing all those other nasty things that get rid of our Nations sovereignty.

This conservative has not been won over yet. This conservative is deeply worried. This conservative is deeply troubled over the fact that here in Ohio, I haven’t even had a chance to vote for this primary and that I’m left with the bottom of the barrel. I do have a set of core, abiding principles I live by and this candidate isn’t one of them.

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This is so INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT and please do everything you can to get this word out. This reason alone is enough to throw McCain completely out of any politics ever.

This is straight from Glenn Beck. Please go to his website or Michelle Malkin’s as soon as possible and do everything you can this information out to everyone you know.

Stay up to date with Michelle Malkin at her website, http://michellemalkin.com/

GLENN: Have you ever seen such an audacious slap in the face to the American people as this?
MALKIN: I haven’t felt one like this in a long time, Glenn. I’m still reeling from it. But I do hope that as more people find out about McCain’s open border roots that they won’t buy the dye job that he’s given himself and the instant immigration makeover that he’s trying to sell to conservatives and Republicans.
GLENN: Okay, I want you to lay it — two pieces of audio, one from John McCain being asked about it and then another piece of audio from the gentleman that is now working with him. So you tell me the best time to play it while you explain what he’s doing right now behind everybody’s back.
MALKIN: Sure. Well, last month I received a tip from a concerned reader and she had listened to John McCain speak to the Hispanic Republicans in Nevada at a conference and apparently at this conference McCain was trying to tout his connection to a man named Dr. Juan Hernandez who has been named the national director of Hispanic outreach for the McCain 2008 campaign. This reader of mine was appalled when she learned of this hire and it had exactly the opposite effect that apparently McCain wanted it to have. This was supposed to be reassuring to Hispanic Republicans that this guy had been hired as outreach.
My colleague at hotair.com, Bryan Preston, confirmed this staff hire and, in fact, on John McCain’s daughter’s campaign website, there’s a lovely, cozy picture of Juan Hernandez pivoting with Meghan McCain and Mark MacKinnon who is the campaign guru for John McCain. Well, who is this guy? I’m quite familiar with him. I’ve debated him several years on the cable TV circuit because he’s one of the most ubiquitous ethnocentric open borders zealots on the scene.
GLENN: I have never — you know what, Michelle, he’s been on my show quite a few times. In fact, I’ve banned him from the show. I’m just not going to give the guy any more airtime.
MALKIN: Good. He is an expert at filibustering and he is an expert at crooked talk. He talks a smooth game about how, of course, he supports our immigration laws but at the same time he had served as a Mexican cabinet official under Vicente Fox where he worked diligently to do nothing but undermine sovereignty and our laws. Yeah, it would be a great time to go ahead and play one of those audio clips because —
GLENN: Let’s play, Stu, let’s first play the John McCain and then we’ll play the second clip of Juan Hernandez.
STU: Right, this is the answer because someone actually asked about Juan Hernandez.
GLENN: Here it is, here’s John McCain.
VOICE: I wonder if you agree with those policies. If so, explain it to me. And if not, why is he on your staff.
McCAIN: He’s on my staff because he supports my policies and my proposals and my legislative proposal to secure the borders first, that no one will receive Social Security benefits who is in this country illegally. I don’t know what his previous positions are, other previous positions are but he supports mine. I have nothing to do with his. And he has volunteered to help me with outreach to our Hispanic citizenry as that is his reach as I outreach to every citizen in America. I’ve made very clear my position on immigration, made very clear on my position on Social Security and, of course, I am grateful that we have so many people who came from Ireland to the United States of America and anybody else who can come here legally under the right system and that’s the only system that I would ever support and I have no idea but I will check into the information you’ve given me. But I want to promise you I will secure our borders. I will not allow anyone to come here illegally. I will not allow anyone to receive Social Security or any other benefit because they have come here illegally and broken our laws.
GLENN: Okay. That’s John McCain. Now, it’s so disingenuous to say he doesn’t know who this man is or his policies. This is a guy who used to work for Vicente Fox. He is the most open border guy you could possibly imagine. Here’s just one clip of Juan Hernandez, and we’ve got tons of them and we’ll be playing them over the next few days. Here’s just one clip of Juan Hernandez on TV.
HERNANDEZ: I don’t think that we need to build walls to control immigration. We are the 21st century now and we’re a country that has always broken down walls. Once again with regard to securing the borders, we need to work with Mexico. We’re never going to have a secure border. We’re not going to put a wall up for these hundreds and hundreds thousands of miles. We have to work with our neighbors. We need to think now for the future. Canada, the United States and Mexico as a block.
GLENN: Canada, Mexico and America as a block. That’s who this guy is. Michelle?
MALKIN: A block, not a region. He said it many times. He also, when he worked for this Mexican bureaucracy called the presidential office for Mexican abroad, what he did was he spent his time traveling all across our country lobbying local, state and federal officials for driver’s license for illegal aliens. He defended his operators who were carrying illegal aliens to the country and who promoted extending banking privileges here in the United States to illegal aliens, lobbied to get lower rates for them so that they could send home billions of dollars in remittances back to their country. The guy does not believe in borders. He is a senior fellow at something called the Reform Institute which is a think tank that John McCain founded and it has come under scrutiny by the mainstream media because it underscores John McCain’s hypocrisy not just on open borders but also on campaign finance because he’s used his supposedly nonpartisan, nonprofit thinking to solicit donations from big donors who he then goes and crusades for while he’s sitting on Senate committees. At this reform institute which is in part funded with George Soros money, Juan Hernandez was in charge of leading the lobbying campaign for John McCain’s amnesty effort last year. And this reform institute also sponsored an art contest for students where they spent their time demonizing the border. And you can go and look. I linked this on my website, to all of the art that compares the walls our borders and our border fences to the Berlin wall which keeps people in instead of walling people out to prevent invasion, to prevent undermining our sovereignty, to prevent encroaching of our laws. And for McCain to have the gall to stand there and tell that voter in Florida who, by the way, learned about this Juan Hernandez thing by looking at our research on the Internet, for him to say that he supports securing the border first when he’s got a guy outreaching to illegal aliens to persuade them to make John McCain President? It’s more than nauseating. I have an ulcer.
GLENN: Michelle, I mean, I don’t think — I just don’t think I have ever seen, well, at least on the GOP side I don’t think I have seen anything more insidious than this kind of stuff. I mean, this is Bill Clinton insidiousness. This is somebody who is taking and wrapping themselves around an issue and trying to convince the American people that he’s doing one thing and he is doing exactly the opposite behind our back.
If John McCain would get into office and this stuff would happen, I really honestly think, Michelle, and talk me down from this tree, I think John McCain is more dangerous even than Hillary Clinton because at least Hillary Clinton has Bill Clinton to make her triangulate eventually. There will be no stopping between John McCain and the Progressives of going down a road that is massive internationalists. Right or wrong?
MALKIN: I’m with you on much of that…

MALKIN: I’m with you on much of that. I think it’s fascinating to —
GLENN: But hang on, Michelle. My point is if you have Hillary Clinton try to pull off what John McCain is going to try to pull off, I mean, and I don’t believe he doesn’t know this guy’s policies. This guy is a leader. If he tried to pull this off and you have a Progressive Democratic congress, there’s no one to stop it because there’s enough John McCain Republicans in congress that it would sweep through. They’re going to sweep through all kinds of treaties, all kinds of internationalism and there would be no stopping it. I mean, you’ve got — how did we get welfare reform? We got it with a Democratic President and a Republican congress. They swept it through. You want to have gigantic international global warming treaties or gigantic treaties that are signed for setting up a block of Mex-Ameri-Canada, you put John McCain in office.
MALKIN: Yeah, I understand your point about triangulation and I’m very down. I’m very depressed about the rise of John McCain. But I don’t completely believe that we wouldn’t be able to stop it. Look, we had a globalist open borders Republican President try to push amnesty through with the Progressive left, the open borders left. His name was George W. Bush and he did not get his way and that’s thanks in large part to the conservatives and talk radio and in the grassroots who John McCain has the same hostility to. The point is we don’t want to repeat history here. I don’t want another George W. Bush open borders type in the White House. And, you know, I’m galled by all of the Republican establishments who think we should shut up about it. Yes, everybody should know about Juan Hernandez. Everybody should know about Jerry Perenchio who is the billionaire founder of Univision who is a national campaign co-chair of John McCain. People should know about it.
GLENN: What is his — besides him being the head of Univision, what is, you know, what’s so devious about him?
MALKIN: He’s also — I mean, he’s Juan Hernandez with a billion dollars. Let’s put it that way. He’s led the campaign to fight an English emergent initiative which was hugely popular and won overwhelmingly in California with the 227 that abolished so-called bilingual education which is keeping students hostage and basically forcing them to learn a foreign language instead of English and it was included popularly and overwhelmingly especially by Hispanic parents, law-abiding Hispanic parents who were appalled at the public schools with teaching their kids Spanish instead of English. Well, Perenchio, who is the national co-chair for McCain, poured millions of dollars not only directly into the opposition campaign but he put hourly public service announcements on Univision claiming that this was just — it was not about helping Hispanic families, he was about helping his bottom line an keeping people from watching Univision instead of putting it into American culture. He’s also given tons of money to Planned Parenthood and the National Resources Defense Council and you can see these are birds of a feather, Juan Hernandez, Jerry Perenchio, John McCain who, you know, isn’t just a guy, the open borders type but also happens to be one of these stop global warming fear mongers. So it all says, and people should know the company that he keeps and the outreach that he is doing now to Reagan is, you know, completely cynical move to try and get into the office and nobody should buy it. This is the New York Times’ favorite Republican.
GLENN: So Michelle, we were doing the math today on the election. How do you reverse this?
MALKIN: Well, I said last night that it is a Mt. Everest battle for Mitt Romney and, of course, Mitt Romney has this problem but one problem he doesn’t have is he doesn’t have a record of crushing his shoe heel into the face of the conservatives. I would rather have someone who has, you know, had an epiphany and is now coming to court conservative votes because he wants to represent them than to somebody who even, as he now claims that he’s the conservative frontrunner, continues to insult and spit in their faces.

The grand prize winner incorporated the specious open-borders propaganda comparing our fence to keep trespassers out to the Berlin Wall designed to wall people in:

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