The continuing saga: Americans for Tax Reform weighs in on Pullen

Citing Seeing Red AZ’s earlier post, Pullen pulls a fast one: AZ GOP Chairman rips legislators in their own district, Americans for Tax Reform leave no doubt as to their view of Randy Pullen.

Read Patrick Gleason’s take on Pullen’s recent shenanigans in Randy Pullen: state Republican Party Chairman not worthy of the title.

8 Responses to The continuing saga: Americans for Tax Reform weighs in on Pullen

  1. Joe Evans says:

    We are at a crucial juncture both nationally and in state. The state chairman should be providing leadership, rather than brickbats, to those who are looking out for the folks. This verbal volley was malicious, rude and unnecessary.

  2. Frankly Speaking says:

    Pullen must have rehearsed his inappropriate tirade before coming to that district meeting. He knew what his mission was when he walked in the door. His actions couldn’t have been more wrong.

    He needs to be a stand up guy and publicly apologize Sen. Gorman and Rep. Crump for his childish outburst. Do it Mr. Pullen. Let us respect you again, because you’re losing a lot of us with this divisiveness, at a time when we need to hang together as never before.

  3. Calypso says:

    An apology would be nice, Frank, but I suspect it is not within his makeup to be contrite. He’s worked at cultivating the art of smirking. Pullen thinks he’s an aristocrat and the rest of us are his minions.

  4. Army Of One says:

    Let’s be gearing up to take back this country, one state at a time. As a PC, I’m ready and willing to get more PCs in the districts and get our people elected. But the spectacle of a state chairman lying in wait at a district meeting to sabotage the Reps. is worse than counter-productive. How many new recruits are going to be invigorated by this asinine behavior? I hope Pullen is embarrassed. He should be.

  5. Matt DeGennaro says:

    I can visualize my Dad shaking his head and waving a finger at me, while clicking out a “Tsk, tsk!” I knew that meant “Stop it! You’re disappointing me.”

    “Tsk, tsk!” Randy Pullen.

  6. JS says:

    I have no problem with what Pullen said, he just gave us the facts. Princess Pamela on the other hand gave a quick talk or list of excuses why she is holding up the GOP budget and said she had no time for questions and ran out the door. The next day Gorman had time to socialize with John McCain at a Republicans on the Rocks event.

    Jeff S.

  7. CrackleGator says:

    Unfortunately, both links in the referenced story take readers to Gleason’s article, not to Seeing Red AZ’s earlier post.

  8. seeingredaz says:

    Thank you, CrackleGator.
    We goofed with those hyperlinks. Your editing skills are much appreciated.
    We have repaired the problem.

    Your friends at Seeing Red AZ