AZ Dem chair takes a hike: Readying for CD 9 race

Andrei Cherny, whose name more resembles that of a Soviet Politburo chief than the chair of the state Democrat Party, has announced that he is leaving his post after just a year. He uses his self-congratulatory farewell letter to Arizona Dems to take credit for removing Senate President Pearce while hoisting himself by blasting individual Republican elected officials for what he terms “political extremism.” For a little guy, he has awfully long arms. They reach all the way around his back as he gives himself countless pats for deeds that essentially exist in his own mind.

Count on his forthcoming announcement that he will be running for Congress in the new 9th Congressional District — which includes parts of Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe. Former State Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has resigned to run in this same district.

Who is Andrei Cherny? He’s a radical liberal who proudly declares he has “provided policy and strategic advice to Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid, Bill Richardson, Cabinet members, Governors and national labor unions.”

You get the picture.

Cherny lost his 2010 bid for Arizona State Treasurer to Republican Doug Ducey. Watch him replicate that misadventure in 2012.

10 Responses to AZ Dem chair takes a hike: Readying for CD 9 race

  1. TeaPartyPatriot says:

    “…whose name more resembles that of a Soviet Politburo chief than the chair of the state Democrat Party,..”

    …LIKE THERE’S A DIFFERENCE !!!!

  2. TeaPartyPatriot says:

    FYI: I once sent and e-mail to the person in CONgress who repeated insulted me by mis-representing me by voting opposite to my conservative values and believes in every vote, i.e., pelosi-puppet giffords. My e-mail informed her that if she voted for the obozocare atrocity, I would devote the majority of my political efforts at seeing that she was defeated for re-election – a promise I have kept.

    As a result of that e-mail, I was put on the e-mail list of every d-cRAT socialist slimebag in the state of Arizona. Every couple of weeks I get hate-filled, screaming, near-hysterical e-mail from cherny pushing his extremist subjects to ever greater levels of hatred against the state’s elected Republicans and all other Republican candidates elsewhere in the country. cerney does indeed represent all that is rotten with d-cRAT socialism. His next defeat by the voters will be something to which I’ll look forward.

  3. Jane says:

    On the Dem ticket, I welcome all opportunities to spare Arizona from Kyrsten Sinema whose speech is like nails on a chalkboard to my ears.

  4. American Dad says:

    None off the democrats will ever represent our perspective. I care about my children and their future too much to ever support a Marxist agenda.

  5. PJ O'Malley says:

    Cerney’s candidacy is perfectly timed to make the Socialist monster Sinema look good by comparison.
    (BTW, your article calls it the “Democrat Party,” but it is the Democratic Party, please.)

    • Seeing Red AZ says:

      The term Democrat is the preferred usage here. Democrats don’t have a corner on being adherents of democracy. Constitutional Republicans seek liberty and justice for all. Democratic exemplifies an unrestricted structure of governance where the majority rules — never a good thing. The majority might want to curtail the rights of all left-handed individuals, for example.

      People who consistently overstate their positions — in any area — do so to hide the fact that they are opposite of what they profess. The Democrat Party is not democratic. It is dominated by unions, trial lawyers and other special interests. To prove the point, one only needs look at the differential in the number of precinct committeemen between the Republicans and Democrats. Elected Republican PCs outnumber Democrats approximately 10- 1, illustrating the closed shop of the donkey party.

      • Realist says:

        Seeing Red:
        Now, if you could only get the elected GOP officials to call it the democrat party. (sorry, but I can’t even bring myself to capitalize the d in democrat — grammatically correct or not).

  6. Kent says:

    The more democrats entering the race the better. I like the odds for a good Republican to challenge a damaged candidate who makes it through the primary.