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John McCain Says Including Gays in Immigration Reform 'Not of Paramount Importance' - VIDEO


Asked about Obama's reported plans to include binational same-sex couples in his immigration reform proposal, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) told CBS News This Morning that he sees that issue as a "red flag" that "is not of paramount importance at this time," Think Progress reports.


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  1. it is with great pleasure, to me, that this "man" continues to speak outloud. he is the most popular and well known politician from Arizona, ever. his legacy there, and abroad, will be best known for two things, to me, and hopefully others.
    1-he voted against the MLK holiday, spoke out quite vociferously until forced to retract and change his vote.
    2-he is compleatly responsible, and can blame no one else, for bringing Sarah Palin, and the Sarah Palin clones since, to the national and international forefront.

    This "man" is a primary example of what is wrong with the world today, and will not be missed by many when his number finally is called, bringing another story of a fear based life to an end.

    Posted by: vwdavy | Jan 29, 2013 12:38:09 PM

  2. I agree with McCain. It isn't worth the hassle of trying to force it into the immigration bill. Focus in killing DOMA instead. That takes care of the whole business.

    Posted by: Doog | Jan 30, 2013 1:11:41 AM

  3. When is someone close to this old senile nobody that was such a lousy pilot that the enemy pilot shot him down, going to tell him to get off the stage because the audience left years ago?

    Posted by: Jerry6 | Feb 3, 2013 11:19:06 PM

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