Sen. John McCain has a strong warning for Republicans: Falter on immigration reform and the party will lose in 2016.
“If we fail on immigration reform, it won't matter who our nominee is because of the polarization of the Hispanic vote,” McCain, R-Ariz., tells “The Fine Print.” “Now that's not why I'm for immigration reform but it certainly is one of the consequences of a failure.”
As for Republican newcomers, such as Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Rand Paul, R-Ky., who have been bucking establishment Republican positions on immigration and other issues, McCain advises that they read up on their history.
“The people who are pushing this Obamacare vs. government shutdown, none of them that I know were here the last time we saw that movie,” he says.
“Sen. Chuck Schumer (D- NY) is a person who is as good as his word,” McCain says. “His word is good, and he reminds me, in a way, of the work that I used to do with Ted Kennedy.
I got some swampland in Florida I want you to see if you believe that rubbish.
99 needs to get a dictionary and look up the word illegal. Real Americans stand up and do the right thing, donkeys pander.