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Why is career politician Jeff Flake afraid to debate businessman Wil Cardon?
The McCain, Kyl and Flake supporting Periódico de la República de Arizona reports on a survey conducted by Magellan Strategies, a Colorado-based polling firm, hired by a pro-Jeff Flake Super PAC called Protect Arizona’s Freedom. What a surprise to find that Jeff Flake is ahead of Wil Cardon.
Candidates Bryan Karl Hackbarth (individual contributions of $10,595) and Clair “Van” Van Steenwyk (individual contributions of $4,535) — have generated little in the way of campaign donations or interest. Neither man was included in the polling.
The Flake campaign declined to comment on the poll since it was bankrolled by an Independent Expenditure Committee supportive of Flake.
These groups that want to see Flake could easily lure him with the promise of a tripoded camera.
Fundamental Islamic apologist John McCain disregards Muslim Brotherhood infiltration
Right Side News has a powerful editorial regarding the explicit threats to our national security and the acquiescence of John McCain and his cohorts Lindsey Graham and John Boehner. The commentary actually says they are unfit to serve, posing a threat to the safety and security of the American people.
It begins with these words: When did we start using Senator John McCain’s “friend” list instead of FBI background investigations to determine whether an individual should receive access to sensitive and classified government information?
While Republicans have been blaming the White House for playing politics with national security, John McCain and his good-old-boy network in Congress are doing just that – playing politics at the expense of national security. They are “in” with the White House now; they are against the security of our nation. That’s the bottom line when the spin and propaganda are set aside.
The investigation being requested by Michele Bachmann, Trent Franks and three other members of Congress is fully justified and is not asking for anything that isn’t already standard operating procedure. John McCain’s vehement opposition to that investigation is an outrage and what he and others should be asking is why the investigation was not conducted years ago. His gross negligence and dereliction of duty as a U.S. Senator must not be tolerated.
Read Congressman Franks’ statement concerning the Muslim Brotherhood here. (He concludes with this definitive sentence: “…in spite of the din of politically correct voices urging us all to look the other way, I cannot retreat one inch from pushing back on Muslim Brotherhood influence inside the United States Government.”)
Tarek Fatah, a Canadian Diplomat who is a liberal Democrat and self-described Marxist-leaning moderate Muslim who worked and campaigned for Barack Obama sounded the warning bell last year as he told an auditorium filled with thousands of Canadians that “the religion of Islam is being used as a tool by a fascist force. I want you to focus and I hope you can talk to your families and your friends and your neighbors that when someone says that there is a penetration of Jihadi Islamists within Canadian society, do not dismiss it as some right-wing xenophobic racist rant. Today in the White House there are three members of the Muslim Brotherhood that influence Obama’s policy.”
Americans need to know, as Fatah clearly states, “Instead of bringing victory over the fascist forces of the Muslim Brotherhood, we now recognize that their infiltration is right up to the American White House, but we can’t say that. Today we are fighting another idea of Islamo-fascism that has shut our mouths and we can’t speak because we’re too scared that someone may turn around and call us a racist.”
We urge you to read this editorial and watch the accompanying video where Tarek Fatah addresses the enormous Canadian crowd. This is extremely important information for American citizens to acquaint themselves with and raise their voices to protest this blatant disregard for the security of our nation approved by John McCain.
Roberts works hand-in-hand with LD 28 Republicrat Kathy Petsas
The daily’s Laurie Roberts has been on a relentless mission. Lacking actual journalistic talent, she often resorts to sappy puff pieces. But now she’s found a new issue. Picking up on Republican In Name Only Kathy Petsas’ gimmicky call to “DeKook” the Arizona Legislature, and calling the AZ GOP headquarters “Crazytown,” has given Roberts a career assignment worthy of her leftward bent.
In today’s installment Roberts has published a list of ten — out of 90 — state lawmakers she deems acceptable to keep.
Few would be surprised at the Rogues Gallery of RINOs Roberts has assembled. It’s clear she believes that following Constitution principles and traditional family values qualifies one as a kook.
Fifty-six American patriots signed the Declaration of Independence “in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.” They stepped up to oppose the mightiest military power in the world at peril of life and fortune.
Now it’s our turn to reject socialist, big government advocates who consistently oppose the concepts inscribed in the documents written by our Founders. If you live in a district where there is not a contested Republican Primary, we recommend that you pick one of the Robert’s “reasonable, keeper” candidates who are in a contested primary and work for their defeat.
Roberts’ Rogues Gallery
Number One on the list, leading the pack of Capitol RINOs is Sen. Rich Crandall. He moved into the district to oppose incumbent legislator John Fillmore. We’ve written about Crandall’s dedication to his job previously, starting back in 2009. We’ve also introduced some of these folks before.
Sen. John McComish: Uncontested in primary
Sen. Jerry Lewis: Uncontested in primary
Rep. Heather Carter: Incumbent Rep. David Burnell Smith, former Rep. John Allen and James Bearup are all major improvements over unionist Carter.
Sen. Adam Driggs, Uncontested in primary
Rep. Kate Brophy McGee, Uncontested in primary. We add one more to the Rogues Gallery Rep. Amanda Reeve, uncontested in Primary.
The last three are all in Legislative District 28. This Republican majority district has the dubious distinction of electing the most left-wing Arizona Republic favored RINO legislators in the state. Conservative grassroots leaders must step up to the plate to search out and support competent candidates to oppose Roberts’ Rogues in 2014 – and that effort must begin NOW!
The rest on Roberts’ select list of keepers are Democrats so liberal they stand apart from most of their colleagues: Eric Meyer, Leah Landrum Taylor, Chad Campbell and Rep. Tom Chabin
You get the drift. How about a campaign to DeKook the Arizona Republic?
“[Ron] Gould takes a position on budget reform to the right of Paul Ryan.”
With that seemingly glowing tribute, the editorial board of the daily polished off its editorial endorsement….of Paul Gosar, referring to him as a “semi-incumbent” in new Congressional District 4. For newcomers unacquainted with the newspaper’s double-speak, translate that to “carpetbagger.” (This factual report was in Prescott’s Daily Courier.)
And conservative state Sen. Ron Gould? He‘s defined as “a bolt-upright, idiosyncratic lawmaker who led the ethics investigation” of a former senator. For his efforts, Gould is called “a principled man.” But not principled enough for the leftist newspaper.
Gosar, the endorsement says, has distinguished himself as a “conservative student of Congress.” Actual conservatives, of course, don’t have to be defined as “congressional students.” In recent cycles, candidates have begun running from such endorsements — considered a unilateral hex.
It was not by virtue of happenstance that Paul Gosar earned the praise of the daily. Watch this video clip as he sits on a panel and tells conservatives that fighting for the Constitution is a losing battle.
This would be right up the Periódico de la República de Arizona’s (Arizona Republic) alley. After all, it’s just an old document put together by a bunch of sexist, slave-owning 18th century white men in wigs and breeches. To get more insight into the left-wing media, read this article on NewsBusters, which is dedicated to exposing and combating liberal media bias.
Our best advice? Cast your vote for the actual conservative, Sen. Ron Gould. He’s not a student. He’s an accomplished Arizona State Senator, who is a fiscal watchdog and a social conservative.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has asked Virginia’s Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to launch an investigation into voter-registration forms that are being sent to that state’s residents and addressed to deceased relatives, children, family pets and others ineligible to vote.
The newspaper weakly calls them “errant mailings” from the Washington-based Voter Participation Center (VPC). They have led to hundreds of citizen complaints. The group has been mass-mailing the forms — with key information such as names and addresses — to primarily Democrat-leaning voting blocs such as young adults, unmarried women, Blacks and Latinos — all more likely to vote for Barack Obama.
VPC was previously known as WVWV (Women’s Voices. Women Vote) and focused on liberal, though less likely to vote, unmarried, pro-abortion, women, more likely feeders at Obama’s taxpayer-funded trough.
VPC describes itself as “highly and singularly effective in identifying, contacting, registering, and mobilizing individuals in key demographic groups who were otherwise highly unlikely to vote.” Rock the Vote, prominently displayed on the Voter Participation Center website targets and recruits young Obama voters through the “use music and popular culture to create political and social change and redefine citizenship in 2012 and beyond.” There is no information regarding the parameters set by the U.S. Constitution and the negative impact of socializing America through expansive government programs encouraging more people to be on public assistance via federally mandated health care, bailouts and promises of free university education, while fostering hatred of successful business entrepreneurs who create jobs.
Mitt Romney advocates smaller, smarter, simpler government, declaring “we have a moral responsibility not to spend more than we take in.”
Although the forms mailed in Virginia are not registration cards, they are official applications. Read the Times-Dispatch news report here.
Second Amendment a “cruel and deadly hoax”
Bill Moyers provides the most predicable response to the macabre and heinous murders committed as a madman opened fire in a crowded movie theater Friday. Leave it to Moyers to blame the Second Amendment, gun owners and the National Rifle Association rather than the deranged killer as he rattles on about “America’s obsession with guns.”
“The NRA is the enabler of death. Paranoid, delusional and as villainous as a scorpion,” he declared. “With the weak-kneed acquiesce of our politicians, the National Rifle Association has turned the Second Amendment of our Constitution into a cruel hoax…a cruel and deadly hoax.”
Liberal Moyers, President Lyndon Johnson’s White House Press Secretary in the 1960s, says “the NRA is the best friend the killer’s instinct ever had.”
Obviously, Moyers missed news of the moving memorials this past Sunday as thousands of Norwegians gathered to commemorate the 77 people — mostly teenagers — savagely slaughtered a year ago. The Norwegians vowed to show that the murderous rampage had done nothing to alter their belief in an open society. Although their laws regarding gun ownership are more restrictive than ours, the unspeakable atrocity was still carried out. Norway’s Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg, told crowds in Oslo, “The bomb and the shots were intended to change Norway. People responded by embracing our values. He failed, the people won.”
Read Charles C. W. Cooke’s Norway and Gun Control here.
In an article about the latest census data relating to Phoenix, we are told the city has 1.47 million residents. The following numbers are offered as evidence to substantiate the report:
68.9 % or 995,467 residents identified themselves as White.
40.8 % or 589,877 residents identified themselves as Hispanic or Latino.
20.1 % or 290,412 residents identified themselves as a combination of races and ethnicities or listed no race.
7.6 % or 109,544 residents identified as Black.
3.0 % or 43,724 residents identified themselves as American Indian.
4.0 % or 57,619 residents identified themselves as Asian.
0.4% or 5,180 residents identified themselves as Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander.
Magically, Phoenix has a population far exceeding 100 percent. Indeed, we have a grand total city population of 145.2 percent!
Perhaps as an attempted explanation the report says “some residents affiliated themselves with more than one race or ethnicity.” But since those numbers are already factored in under the 20.1%, this quirky coverage is simply more of the nonsense Arizonans have come to expect from the daily.
Political Correctness rather than national security also drives McCain’s ire
Neil Munro writing for the Daily Caller reviews the “Final Report of the William H. Webster Commission” which concludes that no government officials should be penalized for their inaction while they watched an online al-Qaida organizer persuade U.S. Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan to ultimately massacre thirteen and wound 32 of his fellow soldiers at Foot Hood in 2009, according to the FBI report issued by an independent panel. The panel was chaired by former FBI and CIA director, William Webster — an eighty-eight-year-old Democrat.
“Although we are critical of certain actions and omissions, we do not regard any of those actions to be misconduct that would warrant administrative or disciplinary action,” said the third-last paragraph on the 150-page report.
On his business card, Dr. Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, described himself as a “soldier of Allah.” And although other doctors who worked with him would whisper among themselves that he was a ticking time bomb, they were reluctant to report him lest they be labeled racistislamophobicantimuslimbigots, says Pamela Geller at Atlas Shrugs. She calls the report a “Whitewashing of Islam” — as it dhimmis down the Fort Hood jihad massacre.
Last week radical Islamic apologist John McCain delivered a senate floor outburst of “indignation” blasting U.S. Reps. Trent Franks, (R-AZ), Michele Bachmann, (Minn), Louie Gohmert, (R-TX), Thomas Rooney, (R-Fla.), and Lynn Westmoreland, (R-GA). His rage was ignited by a letter these representatives signed related to suspected national security breaches at the highest levels by Muslim Brotherhood infiltrators. Specifically named is Huma Mahmood Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton.
Obama stirs class warfare
John Kass, writing for the Sacramento Bee puts a family face on the outrageous claims recently made by Barack Obama. Read his poignant Who else, Mr. President? It’s a story told in countless ways by myriad Americans, who risked all they had while toiling long hours as they struggled to build their own piece of the American Dream.
Obama is the first American president who endeavors to pit American against American rather than give accolades to those who have been able to succeed and become job creators:
This is Republican Mitt Romney’s response:
The differences between Republicans and Democrats could not be more starkly defined. They have never been more important. Talk to your family and friends. Explain what’s at stake. Our future is in our hands and election day is fast approaching.