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Published:February 4th, 2008 08:39 EST
PAC attacks McCain on Immigration

PAC attacks McCain on Immigration

By SOP newswire

In defiance of the polling data on illegal immigration and GOP voters, the nation is led to believe that John McCain is poised to win a close race against Mitt Romney in tomorrow's primary voting on "Super Tuesday", in what will be heralded as a public mandate for amnesty, if McCain wins.

Geraldo Rivera and Juan Hernandez, two of the most flagrant supporters of illegal immigration and amnesty in the media, have both announced their support for McCain. The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) also known as the Council of the (Hispanic) Race has announced their positive feelings for McCain, while labeling any group or personality in the media opposed to amnesty as an ally of the KKK.

Even Ruben Navarrette, a CNN columnist, who constantly rants in support of illegal immigration, while slinging mud at anyone who stands up for immigration enforcement, loves John McCain.

"Supposedly, three US Senate incumbents who are DC insiders are the favorite pick of voters at a time when the American public is outraged at the DC status quo," says William Gheen of ALIPAC. "The McClintObama 'front runners' in the primary would suggest that Americans are happy with the Congress, supportive of Amnesty, and feel that the Washington insiders have led the nation in the right direction on issues such as the War, the economy, and illegal immigration."

Recent polls have shown historic readings showing more Americans feel the nation is on the wrong track than ever before, while showing approval levels for Congress at historic lows.

While the anti-illegal immigration GOP voters are split between Romney, Huckabee, and Paul, many are starting to coalesce around the Romney campaign, in a last ditch effort to stop John McCain. The fact that Huckabee is attacking Romney leads many to believe he has cut a deal with McCain to stay in the race and play the role of political spoiler.

"Every major illegal immigration supporter is signaling they want McCain to win the GOP primary," says William Gheen. "If that happens tomorrow, it will be final proof that America's political system has become a multi-million dollar charade. It is hard to picture the political anarchy that will follow, if the 80% of Americans who oppose illegal immigration and amnesty find themselves trapped in a choice between a Democrat like Clinton and Obama, or a Republican like McCain which all stand for the same thing, especially on the immigration issue. The McClintObama scenario is a national train wreck in motion!"

ALIPAC released an article over the weekend titled "McClintObama Amnesty Plan: 20 million illegal alien voters by 2010", which now appears on over 1,000 websites. A copy can be viewed at