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An Arizona Reader Says McCain's Immigration Flip-flop Will Not Fool Voters
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From: Linda Carter (e-mail her)
Re: James Fulford's Blog: Will The Real McCain Please…Go Away?
The consensus around Arizona is that John McCain made a huge mistake in shifting his immigration advocacy to that of a would-be restrictionist.
McCain's massive flip-flop hasn't fooled anyone. So absurd is McCain's shift that even the Main Stream Media cannot stop laughing at him. [After Dismissing Fence, McCain Touts It in Ad, by Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press, May 13, 2010]
The result is that every time McCain appears on Arizona television, we're reminded of what he really is: a liar and a shameless opportunist. (See McCain ad "Complete the Danged Fence" here.)
James Fulford writes: I have extensive YouTube clips of McCain's various Fence Flip-Flops here, but for people who don't want to watch him, all you need to know is this quote from Vanity Fair:
"Then he added, unable to help himself, 'By the way, I think the fence is least effective. But I'll build the goddamned fence if they want it.' [Prisoner of Conscience, February 2007]