I protested an illegal immigration bill with Janet Napolitano

I'm proud of standing side by side to protest Arizona's Prop. 200 with Janet Napolitano, which banned welfare to illegal immigrants and instituted a requirement of showing ID at the polls in order to vote. Even though it passed with a significant majority, I did the right thing to protest it with the mostly Democrat opposition.

With my good friend Hillary Clinton

Luckily, I agree with my party more than Senator McCain agrees with his party.

Hillary Clinton, Politico, February 11, 2008.

All along, he believed that he would be running against Hillary Clinton – and relished the prospect. He liked Hillary, respected her, and had become friendly with her in the Senate. They had traveled to the far reaches of the globe together and enjoyed each other’s company. (The vodka shots they’d shared once in Estonia had become the stuff of lore) His disappointment when she lost was palpable.

Game Change, p. 325

My open borders campaign advisor, Juan Hernandez

I'm sure you've seen him on Fox News. Juan is always pushing amnesty, which is why he was my advisor on my 2008 presidential campaign. Now that I have a conservative opponent in the Senate primary, I have to keep him hidden, but don't worry, he'll be back as soon as I win the primary. You can read more about Juan and his efforts to open the border here.

With one of my best friends, Ted Kennedy

Here we are together promoting amnesty. Don't worry, I'm just pretending to oppose it this year now that I have a conservative primary challenge. The second the primary is over, I'll be back to carrying out Ted's legacy with getting it passed.

Lieberman and I co-sponsored Cap and Trade legislation

I co-sponsored the McCain-Lieberman bill, described by National Review as "the most onerous and intrusive attack on American industry - through reporting, regulating, and taxing authority of greenhouse gases - in American history."

Here I am with BFF John Kerry

Most people have probably forgotten but I once considered running on the Democrat ticket as John Kerry's Vice-Presidential running mate. Since my voting record and views aren't that far from the Democrats, it wasn't much of a stretch.