During the Republican debate in California this week, McCain was asked whether his 2006 immigration proposal could come to a vote in the Senate today. Slippery as a Clinton, he ignored the question and gave his most recent, memorized response. In part, he said:
I will have the border state governors certify the borders are secured.
Read that again. And a third time. What does that mean?
I’ll tell you what it means. It means he won’t do a thing. He’s put the onus on the few border states to “certify” the borders. (And what does that entail?) And then, when nothing happens and people complain, he’ll point his arthritic finger at the governors.
Another deception from John McKennedy.