DREAM Act protest at McCain’s Tucson office

May 17, 2010 at 7:17 pm Leave a comment

Gross violation of First Amendment… since McCain’s office is leased from a private owner, that landlord can decide who has access to the Senator. Watch if you don’t believe it!

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KVOA flat out lies, and why it matters DREAM Act rally at McCain’s Tucson office – conclusion [HQ]

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