Since I'm taking a bit of downtime to re-organize the site, I wanted to point out something from the primary that should shed a bit off light on the anti-immigrant spin machine at Deer Hill Ave.
Let's look beyond the unethical use of the emergency 911 system for political purposes and other silliness the last honest man in Danbury and take a look at the recent primary results that's left our mayor scratching his head.
As you're aware, the Republican primary pitted the flip-flopping, double talking Mitt Romney against the most hated politician in the anti-immigrant movement, John McCain. Let's look at what the the anti-immigrant message boards had to say about McCain:
Have GOP Voters forgotten that just a few months ago, John McCain stood hand-in-hand with liberal icon Ted Kennedy pushing for the largest amnesty for illegal aliens in American history? While Rasmussen polling showed that Americans following the legislation very closely opposed it 3 to 1 (69% to 23%), McCain ignored the massive public outcry!
John McCain refused to listen to Americans and went so far as to call members of the Senate who refused to support the McKennedy Amnesty "Racists"! John McCain showed no regard for American voices and instead called those who disagreed with him petty names. Who was John McCain listening to? He was listening to the US Chamber of Commerce and the racist illegal alien support groups like La Raza (The Race) whom he openly coordinated the effort with.
There are good reasons why Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Laura Ingram, Hugh Hewitt, and Michelle Malkin are heavily criticizing John McCain. There are good reasons for Ronald Reagan's son, Michael to condemn the McCain candidacy. There are good reasons why ALIPAC, NumbersUSA, and almost every other organization in America fighting against Amnesty and illegal immigration, while supporting Border Security, are screaming NO to McCain!
The principles of this nation are at stake. The value of our votes is at stake. The survival of the United States, in its current form, is at stake.
We must stop the McClintObama Amnesty Plan. We must stop twenty million illegal aliens from becoming voters by 2010. We must race against time to warn every GOP voter before Super Tuesday, because we must do all we can to stop John McCain.
Let's look at what the
leader of the local anti-immigrant/hate group had to say about McCain on her low traffic/information site:
If McCain wins the Republican nomination, most of the media have indicated they will interpret that as a vote for McCain's pro-illegal-immigration policies. That may even embolden Congress to try again to pass an amnesty THIS year.
SUPPORT IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT !! GIVE McCain the boot!!!
And remember, Mayor Mark Boughton was the Co-President for the Connecticut for Romney campaign.
Here's what Romney said about Boughton
before the primary...
"I am honored to have these Republican leaders as part of my team in Connecticut. They will be strong surrogates for our message of keeping taxes low, strengthening our military, and bringing fiscal responsibility to Washington. I am thankful for their support and I look forward to working with them over the coming months."
Boy, with all that venom towards Mr. Amnesty, with illegal immigration the so-called top issue in Danbury, and a mayor who was Co-Chair for Connecticut Romney For President
, you would think that Mitt enforce the law" Romney would crush McCain in the primary.
Well...not so fast.
Republican John McCain swept all 10 towns in the Danbury area en route to an easy victory in Connecticut's GOP primary with about 52 percent of the vote. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney received about 33 percent.
Oh, this can't be true. Let's look at the chart and see how the vote count broke down per ward:
• What happened to that "illegal immigration" issue that's such a "hot topic?"
• Amnesty McCain beats Romney IN EVERY WARD IN DANBURY?
• The CO-CHAIR FOR CONNECTICUT FOR ROMNEY couldn't even deliver his OWN CITY for his candidate?
Could it be that illegal immigration isn't the "top issue" in Danbury as the anti-immigrant pro-Boughton apologists community wants you to believe? In any case, it's rather embarrassing for the co-chair of the Romney campaign to not deliver Danbury (or ANY WARD IN DANBURY) for his candidate.
After BOMBING in Danbury, I wonder how Romney feels about the mayor who's better known as Mark Nielsen's BFF
No wonder our mayor's head turned red when Councilman Paul Rotello made these remarks during the ICE ACCESS debate last week.
Food for thought...