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President Clinton, Sen. Hillary Clinton Believe McCain’s Immigration Plan “The Right Thing To Do.”

“Thirdly, I think the humane thing to do here is to give the people that are here and are working and have no law problems, except that they’re not here legally, a chance to work their way into legal citizenship. … It’s also consistent with the bill that Senator McCain supported in the Senate. I think it’s the right thing to do, and so does Hillary.” – President Bill Clinton (Pres. Bill Clinton, Hillary For President Campaign Event, Bow, NH, 1/5/08)

In New Hampshire On Saturday, President Clinton Said He And Sen. Hillary Clinton Agree With Sen. McCain’s Immigration Plan:

President Clinton: Hillary And I Agree With Sen. McCain’s Immigration Bill. PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON: “Thirdly, I think the humane thing to do here is to give the people that are here and are working and have no law problems, except that they’re not here legally, a chance to work their way into legal citizenship. You know, the vast majority of these people are completely law abiding, and they pay taxes, even, but they’re not here lawfully. … I talk to people, you know, and I try to figure out what’s going on. I think that is the fairer system. It’s also consistent with the bill that Senator McCain supported in the Senate. I think it’s the right thing to do, and so does Hillary.” (Pres. Bill Clinton, Hillary For President Campaign Event, Bow, NH, 1/5/08)

Sen. McCain Also Revealed That He Still Supports McCain-Kennedy:

Sen. McCain Still Supports His Immigration Plan That America Rejected. QUESTION: “But fundamentally, don’t you still have the same plan for a path to citizenship that you fundamentally held months ago?” MCCAIN: “Sure.” (ABC/WMUR, [Unverified Transcript], Republican Presidential Candidate Debate, Manchester, NH, 1/5/08)

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 WHAT THEY ARE REALLY SAYING ABOUT GOVERNOR ROMNEY AT MANCHESTER, NH DEBATE VOL V

Time‘s Joe Klein: “I watched tonight’s debate with the Frank Luntz focus group at the famed Merrimack Diner… And they…Just. Loved. Romney.” (Joe Klein, “McCain’s Lost Weekend,” Time‘s Swampland Blog, http://www.time-blog.com/, Posted 1/6/08)

  • Klein: “Most of those who came in undecided had switched to Mitt by the end of the show. They just adored his position on illegal immigration (their dials plummeted when McCain said we had to be ‘humane.’)” (Joe Klein, “McCain’s Lost Weekend,” Time‘s Swampland Blog, http://www.time-blog.com/, Posted 1/6/08)

Fox News’ Carl Cameron: “Romney was seated in the middle, and he was in the middle of every exchange. He stuck to his guns and fired several good shots of his own. He let almost no charge go un-rebutted and pivoted to offense effectively on many. As far as debating tactics, poise and execution are concerned he won.” (Carl Cameron, “Mitt In The Middle,” FOX’s Cameron’s Corner, www.cameron.blogs.foxnews.com, Posted 1/7/08)

  • Cameron: “He withstood withering condescension from his rivals, tough questions from Chris Wallace, all after a full campaign day. Romney has campaigned harder and for longer than all of them.” (Carl Cameron, “Mitt In The Middle,” FOX’s Cameron’s Corner, www.cameron.blogs.foxnews.com, Posted 1/7/08)
  • Cameron: “Mitt Romney scored spectacular numbers in Frank Luntz’s focus groups.” (Carl Cameron, “Mitt In The Middle,” FOX’s Cameron’s Corner, www.cameron.blogs.foxnews.com, Posted 1/7/08)

Politico‘s Jonathan Martin: “Overall, Romney was much more effective at driving his message this evening, taking advantage of numerous opportunities to talk up his new theme of bringing change to Washington. He was able to discuss taxes and immigration – precisely the issues his campaign wants to spotlight here before the primary – and seemed at ease and relaxed the whole time.” (Jonathan Martin, “From Smackdown To Somnolent,” Politico, www.politico.com/jonathanmartin, Posted 1/6/08)

CBN’s David Brody: “Mitt Romney picked a great time to come up with a solid homerun debate performance.” (David Brody, “Romney’s Smashing Success,” CBN’s The Brody File, www.cbn.com, 1/6/08)

  • Brody: “Billed as a ‘Presidential Forum’, Romney looked presidential and pretty much commanded the roundtable without coming across as petty and vindictive. This is called ‘coming through at crunch time.'” (David Brody, “Romney’s Smashing Success,” CBN’s The Brody File, www.cbn.com, 1/6/08)

Race 4 2008’s Matthew E. Miller: “I really think Mitt Romney has come into his own over the last few days. In particular, I thought he was fantastic tonight.” (Matthew E. Miller, “A Comeback Kid?” Race 4 2008 Blog, http://race42008.com, Posted 1/6/08)

  • Miller: “On just style alone, I think he’s bowled over even the usually engaging Huckabee, two nights in a row.” (Matthew E. Miller, “A Comeback Kid?” Race 4 2008 Blog, http://race42008.com, Posted 1/6/08)
  • Miller: “But, beyond style, Romney has shown a staggering command of issues and details. He continually projects competence and seriousness, with well-thought out responses to tough questions.” (Matthew E. Miller, “A Comeback Kid?” Race 4 2008 Blog, http://race42008.com, Posted 1/6/08)
  • Miller: “Last night, Romney bore a brutal assault amazingly well, but tonight he actually won, because he not only seemed like the grown-up in the room, but the other candidates took a respite from their vicious anti-Romney glee.” (Matthew E. Miller, “A Comeback Kid?” Race 4 2008 Blog, http://race42008.com, Posted 1/6/08)

RedState’s Leon Wolf: “Let’s be clear – for the purposes of New Hampshire, tonight was about who could win between McCain and Romney, and Romney was the clear winner.” (Leon Wolf, “Mitt Romney’s Finest Hour,” RedState Blog, http://www.redstate.com/, Posted 1/7/08)

  • Wolf: “Romney was clearly on his game.” (Leon Wolf, “Mitt Romney’s Finest Hour,” RedState Blog, http://www.redstate.com/, Posted 1/7/08)
  • Wolf: “Romney clearly impressed the focus groups, and spoke to issues that appeal to the folks of New Hampshire.” (Leon Wolf, “Mitt Romney’s Finest Hour,” RedState Blog, http://www.redstate.com/, Posted 1/7/08)

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President Clinton Said He And Hillary Endorsed McCain’s Plan

“Thirdly, I think the humane thing to do here is to give the people that are here and are working and have no law problems, except that they’re not here legally, a chance to work their way into legal citizenship. … It’s also consistent with the bill that Senator McCain supported in the Senate. I think it’s the right thing to do, and so does Hillary.” – President Bill Clinton (Pres. Bill Clinton, Hillary For President Campaign Event, Bow, NH, 1/5/07)

 

President Clinton: Hillary And I Agree With Sen. McCain’s Immigration Bill. PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON: “Thirdly, I think the humane thing to do here is to give the people that are here and are working and have no law problems, except that they’re not here legally, a chance to work their way into legal citizenship. You know, the vast majority of these people are completely law abiding, and they pay taxes, even, but they’re not here lawfully. … I talk to people, you know, and I try to figure out what’s going on. I think that is the fairer system. It’s also consistent with the bill that Senator McCain supported in the Senate. I think it’s the right thing to do, and so does Hillary.” (Pres. Bill Clinton, Hillary For President Campaign Event, Bow, NH, 1/5/07)

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How amazing and disgusting is that? Huckabee is on Sean Hannity right now. Sean doesn’t even try to show his disdain for the demolition of the Republican party Huckabee would cause. Sean promised to ask Slick Mike some tough questions. The issue of Huck’s illegal immigration problems. Huckabee’s lines were straight from Gov. Romney’s stump speech. Even the voice inflection was Mitt’s. He’s using the talking points that it’s not about “illegal immigration, it’s about legal immigration”.

Also, as a side note, from Mark Levin, Dick Morris and Newt Gingrich are secretly working for the Hucakbee camp. See here for the details. Morris said during the Newsmax website, that O’Reilly from Foxnews would be upset with him for siding with a candidate since he is supposed to be objective.

Also, Huckabee’s camp aired way more negative ads than they admit.

Sean Hannity really cornered Mike Huckabee on today’s show. It was one of several times when the Joker was speechless. Sean Hannity is on to the game that Joker is playing and thankfully addressed the profound disdain the people of our party have towards Mike Huckabee.

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Just why is there so much hype about illegal immigration? Why is it such a problem?

Firstly, most conservatives, have a deep compassion and concern for our fellow human beings. This is not about being heartless and cruel to the people of the very poor nation South of our border. This is actually the argument that seeks to find a way to preserve every person’s basic human rights. Firstly, if you haven’t been paying attention to what Glenn Beck has been doing in the last couple of weeks, start now. Pay attention this week as he will uncover and expose the brutal truths that are getting lost and actually being kept out of the spotlight – for good reasons. These are the problems people do not want you to know about.

CNN’s Lou Dobbs touched a nerve with the American public when he declared, “The Bush administration’s open-borders policy and its decision to ignore the enforcement of this country’s immigration laws is part of a broader agenda. President Bush signed a formal agreement that will end the United States as we know it, and he took the step without approval from either the U.S. Congress or the people of the United States.”

So is there a conspiracy? See the map of this “Texas Corridor“. This is certainly much more information than what was available a few years ago… Whatever it is, it is beyond disturbing.

These global elitists are trying to bring bout a major shift, to convince us to begin considering ourselves not as Americans but as North Americans. To this end, they have backed and promoted the Bush-Kennedy-McCain efforts to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens already here, and to open the borders even wider to millions more “guest workers.” At the same time, they have supported President Bush’s thwarting of congressional mandates to build a border fence and dramatically increase border Patrol manpower. From The New American issue titled: Merger in the Making.

Is this crazy or what? A few years ago, when I heard about this I couldn’t believe it. I couldn’t see any proof of it, now, there’s proof, it’s all around us. Most compelling is how they explain the disappearance of the middle class. So if our last denim factory closed (Levi-Strauss) in the U.S this year, guess where all the jobs went? China and other “slave-working” factories. And why do we keep finding lead and the a compound similar to the date-rape drug (Rohypnol) on the products from China? Hmmm. There’s a lot here that says this is only the beginning.

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