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“By the way, I think the fence is least effective. But I’ll build the goddamned fence if they want it.” (Todd S. Purdum, Vanity Fair, Feb. 2007)

That was John McCain talking to Milwaukee executives about a security fence on the U.S. border with Mexico. (Photo: McCain is definitely unhappy about a fence) 

McCain sounds exactly like George Bush and Michael Chertoff when they received the message from American voters that they wanted a fence on the border with Mexico but wanted no part of an amnesty bill. Although Chertoff sounded tough on enforcement of immigration laws he also warned citizens of the terrible consequences of their choice. No problem. Chertoff has done nothing but drag his feet on the fence and on vigorous enforcement of laws since then. If elected, McCain would find a way to stop the project.

In fact, John McCain has appointed Dr. Juan Hernandez as his Hispanic outreach director. Hernandez, who holds dual citizenship with the U.S. and Mexico, is a former member of the Vicente Fox administration which initiated the idea to merge the nations of Canada, Mexico and the United States into an economic union (for now) of North America, complete with open borders.

Some quotes from Hernandez:

“We must not only have a free flow of goods and services (across the border), but also start working for a free flow of people.”

Mexico and the United States, “not two countries, just a region.”

“These (Mexicans) are going to be the new Americans.”

See the video and listen to Dr. Hernandez in his own words.

McCain has been very vocal about his support for illegal alien amnesty and his opposition to the security fence on our border with Mexico (looks like it won’t be finished). Florida Republican Hispanics responded by giving him the win over Romney in the Republican presidential primary in Florida. He received 54% of the Hispanic/Latino vote. Hispanics make up 10% of Republican voters in the Primary.

All immigration bills (with tremendous efforts from McCain) over the past two years have included provisions for huge increases in temporary guest worker programs aimed at Mexican workers plus increases in other visa programs aimed at skilled, educated workers, mostly from Asia. 

And, of course, there is the plan for bringing 20 million illegals (primarily Mexicans) out of those shadows, and rewarding them with amnesty. Out front from the start, McCain has been a leader in the push for third world labor, a soldier in the transnational corporate war against a sovereign America and the American middle class.

Massive immigration is important for supplying America’s transnational corporations with cheap, temporary labor and to diminish wages and benefits of American workers to a more uniform wage scale throughout North America. This would help  corporations compete with the third world and provide more consumers to grow the economy.

McCain has told unemployed auto workers, whose jobs were moved to foreign countries, that “these jobs are not coming back.” And a President McCain would insure that many more American workers would lose jobs “that are not coming back.”

Over the past two years Council on Foreign Relations member McCain has either sponsored or worked on immigration bills that would deliver a fatal blow to America. The wording in this legislation can be found in the Council on Foreign Relations Task Force plan for Building a North American Community, which is the blueprint for the SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America).

In addition  to a free flow of workers throughout the continent, wording exists in the security section of these bills that provide for a common security perimeter around North America. This is essential for opening the internal borders of North America and the eventual merger of Canada, Mexico and the United States into a union, with governing institutions.

John McCain, like others (George Bush), who want to end the existence of the sovereign nation, believe that a region, and the world, would be run more efficiently without government slowing down the process with political roadblocks. These true believers claim that unfettered free trade in a global economy in which every region operates under trade rules for the benefit of corporations (How is that free trade?) would bring about security, prosperity and peace. ( Working people are not included in the prosperity plans.) 

Americans have experienced the failure of trade agreements (NAFTA, the WTO and one way trade with China-we give them money, they give us contaminated goods). And don’t forget Bush’s Holy (and bloody) mission to spread trade agreements and democracy to the Middle East and beyond. Both have brought us to the current economic disaster threatening our nation.

Now the bad news. John McCain is focused on completing the nightmare world of George Bush. Check the documentation; his foreign policy speeches, his pro-amnesty  record on immigration, and his efforts to provide legislation for implementing open borders and a union of North America.

Is this what you want, America? 

Less jobs. More Wars. JOHN McCAIN’s DOUBLE TALK EXPRESS. http://therealmccain.com (video)