They’re handing them out like candy… to RINOs and liberal extremists
Today we’re taking a short stroll back in time to see what our dynamic duo of flushable johns have been up to when it comes to endorsements and senate votes.
This past June, both of Arizona’s RINO senators stepped front and center supporting the nomination of Andrew Hurwitz, a liberal, politically connected Democrat AZ Supreme Court Justice, aiding his ascent to the already radically left 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The Arizona República newspaper was so thrilled, it editorially championed retiring Kyl as a “statesman.”
Last year, Kyl toiled, ginning up support to install yet another liberal on the 9th Circuit — Federal Judge Mary Murguia, whose twin sister Janet is the President and CEO of the National Council of La Raza — “the Race” — a group whose two-sentence motto is chilling to everyone who values equal rights for all: “For the Race everything. Outside the Race, nothing.” Murguia was nominated to the appellate bench by Barack Obama. Among the honored guests at the investiture ceremony were none other than Jon Kyl and Homeland Security chieftain Janet Napolitano, AZ’s liberal former governor who says with a straight face, “Our border has never been more secure.” Kyl and McCain both voted for Murguia’s confirmation.
This endorsement-happy pair also voted in support of the confirmation of Obama’s hand-picked selectee for U.S. Attorney General — the deceptive Eric Holder. Twenty-one Republicans voted against Holder, but not these two enablers. They even voted in support of the nomination of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. Numerous searches failed to verify the duo’s non-roll call vote on Napolitano, but given their proclivity for supporting leftwing appointees, there does appear to be a pattern.
Now, as Arizona voters are pondering their ballot choices, the twosome that have pontificated against primary endorsements strut their stuff: Notice a pattern here?
The pair did an in-tandem endorsement of establishment insider Jeff Flake for the senate post being vacated by Kyl. Wil Cardon is clearly the conservative choice, as evidenced not only by his well articulated positions on the issues, but also by the support he has received from AZ U.S. Rep. Trent Franks and former presidential candidate Sen. Rick Santorum.
Both Kyl and McCain have come out swinging since their boy Jeff Flake has been tied in polls with Democrat Richard Carmona. The fear factor has been behind the vicious ads against Cardon paid for by an Independent Expenditure Committee.
Kyl has bent low to endorse Bob Worsley in Mesa’s Legislative District 25.
Though conservative Travis Grantham is by far the sharpest candidate, knowledgeable on the issues and eager to make a difference, McCain supports longtime Chandler city politico Martin Sepulveda in CD 9.
Kyl and McCain have even stooped to endorse squish Kirk Adams who is challenging eminently more qualified former Congressman Matt Salmon in CD 5. Desperate Adams even recruited 1950s crooner Pat Boone to vouch for Adams commitment to senior citizens.
Kyl and McCain have both endorsed silver-spoon punk Ben Quayle who has only a nodding acquaintance with truth. Congressman David Schweikert, is the man with actual credentials and the brains to make a difference in Congressional District 6.
Nearly out-the-door Kyl is on such a roll that he’s even endorsing in a supervisor race. Look for him to have a favorite in the Duncan Yo-Yo championship competition.