John McCain, favored with the Arizona Right to Life endorsement, has effectively stuck his finger in the eye of the pro-life community as the only Republican refusing to answer the 2010 candidate survey — just released by the Phoenix Diocese of the Arizona Catholic Conference.
John Jakubczyk, a stridently loyal McCain defender and one of the founders of Arizona Right of Life, must be experiencing a well deserved case of heartburn. His obsessively unwavering support of McCain resulted in members of the group’s PAC leaving and caused a fracturing of the membership. McCain’s monetary donations to the group and his accessibility to the egocentric Jakubczyk were apparently enough to turn Jakubczyk’s head.
Those who support John McCain can expect more of this treachery from the driver of the forked Tongue Express and his apologists.
On the candidate survey, Jimmie Lee Deakin, the spoiler in the important Arizona Senate race, acknowledges his support of a “guest worker program to provide foreign workers to Arizona employers,” although unemployment has soared to record levels and foreclosures have forced countless Arizonans from their homes. Deakin also favors allowing authorities to accept Mexican issued matricular consular cards as a form of identification — views exposing as bogus his claims to be a representative of the Tea Party movement.
There is one clear choice in this race, “my friends,” and that choice is conservative J.D. Hayworth. Vote. Encourage your friends, neighbors and family to vote. The upcoming primary election will determine who Arizona sends to Washington for the next 6 years.
It matters. Now more than ever.