Liberal newspaper never disappoints
Sunday’s daily has a slobbering and lengthy paean to retiring U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl, referred to as a “real workhorse.” Reporter Dan Nowicki licks Kyl’s boots in the best of fashion, although he omits pertinent facts. As a refresher, we’ll include only a few since the deceptive elitist Kyl’s foot is already on a banana peel and he has insured a continuation of his aisle-crossing legacy by endorsing his replacement, Jeff Flake.
Here, with Kyl’s mailer included, is clear evidence that the man Nowicki refers to as “Arizona’s highest-ranking lawmaker in Washington in decades,” still had plenty of time to meddle in lowly precinct committeeman elections in neighborhood districts as he promoted RINO candidates.
“I had hoped to stay out of the Republican senate primary,” (campaign video) proclaims a striving-to-sound-earnest Jon Kyl in this ad supporting Jeff Flake. To demonstrate his sincerity, he has doffed his tie and shakes his head in disbelief as he struggles to convey the gravity involved in getting his hand-picked successor elected to fill the senate vacancy created by his retirement. “Jeff Flake is my choice,” declared a somber and clearly worried Kyl. If his claim to stay out of the senate primary sounds more than a bit phony, it’s due to the fact that Kyl and his seatmate John McCain crisscrossed the state with Flake following an in-tandem endorsement of Flake nearly three weeks earlier — clear evidence that they regard the electorate as fools.
Here’s Kyl’s own farcical 2006 primary campaign ad, in which he used Republican and Democrat Arizona Sheriffs as dupes as he staged his feigned support of securing the porous border, which serves as the major portal for illegal immigration into the United States. Yet immediately after returning to Washington, he joined McCain for another round of what they cunningly termed “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” — nothing short of a euphemism for amnesty.
Kyl has voted for the confirmation of numerous liberal Democrats. In June, he supported Obama’s appointment of Andrew Hurwitz to the already far-left Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the most overturned court in the nation. He previously supported Mary Murguia, another amnesty proponent, to the same federal appellate court. Judge Murguia’s twin sister, Janet Murguia, is the President and CEO of the racist National Council of La Raza.
Kyl and McCain also voted in support of the confirmation of Eric Holder, Obama’s hand-picked selectee for U.S. Attorney General. 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. After numerous unsuccessful searches to verify the duo’s vote on Janet Napolitano, the best answer was found here.
Promoting himself as pro-life, he hosted high-dollar fundraising events for pro-abortion RINO Maine Senator Susan Collins 3,000 miles from her home, here in Arizona. Both Collins and her equally liberal-so called Republican colleague, Sen. Olympia Snowe voted with the Democrats for ObamaCare, the nationalized overhaul of America’s health care delivery system.
Jon Kyl is a liberal wearing a Republican cloak. Expect the same from Jeff Flake.