Markets elixir of RINO candidates at precinct level
Arizonans are accustomed to Sen. Jon Kyl’s political products not living up to the hype: His strong support of Kennedy/McCain Comprehensive Immigration reform, “All Hot Air” 10-Point Plan to stop illegal immigration, and Kyl/McCain opposition to legislation requiring proof of citizenship to vote.
Now, snake juice squeezer Kyl is working overtime attempting to sell his endorsed slates of RINOs to commandeer the grassroots level precinct committeemen elections in all contested precincts. The importance of these elections is extremely relevant since it is the elected precinct committeemen who elect the state party leadership.
This is, of course, the same Kyl who had committed he would not endorse in the primary. Yet he has been front and center with his insufferable seatmate John McCain, endorsing any left-of-center, establishment candidate who will stand still long enough to share a stage with the deplorable duo. Among their notable picks are Jeff Flake, Ben Quayle and Kirk Adams, all challenging actual conservatives: Wil Cardon, David Schweikert, and Matt Salmon. No one should be shocked by these selections. They meet Kyl’s criteria of those willing to deliver votes for the Republican Party establishment — standing in opposition to conservatives.
Republicans in the RINO controlled LD 28 have been receiving mailers from Kyl endorsing his preferred precinct committeemen picks. No conservatives need apply. After all, Kyl is for the elimination of Constitutional conservatives who voice opposition to his milquetoast approach to fighting liberals. Although Kyl gives lip-service to the concept of GOP Unity, the fact remains that the Kyl/McCain forces are habitual practitioners of division. Dare we say that deceit is the only elixir Kyl sells?
View the Kyl mailer HERE.
And the return address on the mailers? None other than Kathy Petsas — most recently promoting her plan for “De-Kookification” — removing conservatives — from the state legislature and Arizona Republican Party, a nefarious scheme that won the praise of the liberals at the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic newspaper).