McCain Waffles on Border Security
"Broad Consensus" returns to Border Governors
McCain on Hannity and Colmes
March 13, 2008
|American Patrol Report -- March 15
Comment: Inviting Betrayal
Appearing on Hannity and Colmes [click here to watch], Sen. John McCain said: "As president I would have the border state governors certify that their borders are secure. Americans will trust the border state governors."
Is this true? Do they trust Napolitano? Richardson? Schwarzenegger? Perry?
The present border governors oppose the fence and support amnesty. They would readily certify whatever was necessary to legalize illegals.
But McCain told CPAC that their must be a "broad consensus" that the border is secure. A group of open-borders governors is not a "broad consensus."
We must move to define border security and what a broad consensus really is. To do less is to invite yet another betrayal.
|Henry Lamb -- WorldNetDaily.com sc
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|News-Gazette -- Urbana, Illinois
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|Lawfuel -- Wellington, New Zealand
US Attorney charges company manager In worksite enforcement probe
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|Dallas Morning News
Border fence opponents join 9-day march against wall in South Texas
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Proposal: Not a citizen? No car
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|Charleston (South Carolina) Post and Courier
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|Princeton (New Jersey) Packet
Father, son arrested in Princeton as illegal aliens
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|WTNH-TV -- New Haven
NY man convicted in human trafficking ring
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|KEYE-TV -- Austin
Truck smuggling illegals discovered in Round Rock
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|Asbury Park Press
Mother of two boys: "Why my children?"
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|NBC4-TV -- Detroit
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|Danbury (Connecticut) News Times
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|KTVK-TV -- Phoenix
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|Providence (Rhode Island) Journal
No Social Security card needed for license renewals
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Cameras catch illegal alien crackdown far from border
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