JD Hayworth: Continues to speak for Conservatives

Our thanks to SRAZ reader Saguaro Sam for the following comment regarding former 6-term Arizona Congressman J.D. Hayworth’s appearance on “Geraldo” Saturday evening:

“J.D. Hayworth was just on the Geraldo show tonight (10/19; FOX news channel) talking about the protective curtain that Obama has put around all the Fast and Furious players. J.D. called out Dennis Burke, Janet Napolitano, Eric Holder, and Obama. FACTS, FACTS, FACTS, delivered in the masterfully succinct style that we have come to know and appreciate. Thanks, J.D. You are a patriot and a gentleman.”

Of course, we agree, Sam.

Although we missed that important appearance, We are happy to bring our readers J.D. Hayworth‘s “Tea Party Address,” which he delivered in his role as “Senior Contributor” to TPNN.com — the Tea Party News Network. This rebuttal is in response to Obama’s weekly radio address, more correctly identified as his weakly dose of deception.


23 Responses to JD Hayworth: Continues to speak for Conservatives

  1. VINOAZ says:

    How I wish JD was our senator. The two sell outs we have are an embarrassment to our great state. I can no longer criticize my NY relatives for their horrible senators.

    • AZ Conservative Guy says:

      I agree! JD has the ability to articulate the conservative message because he actually believes in it! That sets him apart from too many of the GOP posers. Their message is based in the advice of high paid strategists and spitty finger-in-the-wind rationales for slippery and ever changing positions. And have you noticed that those changing postions most often tend left?

    • PV PC says:

      That’s for sure! US Rep. David Schweikert is a case in point. This morning’s Republic ran an interesting report about the massive exodus of his advisers and staff. Apparently there are numerous disagreements over his new positions and allegiances, intended to appeal to a broader base than the conservatives who put him in office. We had a choice between Schweikert and incumbent Ben Quayle and chose Schweikert for his maturity and credentials, but also because he touted conservative ideals. He can now count me as a FORMER donor who won’t be back.. I ask for very little in return for my support. Just stay true to the conservative visions you represented as your own when you first ran. They are enduring not transitory. I’m through supporting and electing conservatives and ending up with spineless McRINOs.

    • Delilah says:

      When are Conservatives going to wake up and quit voting for the pathetic third party candidate, ala Deakin and or Van the radio man. Lets remember these pathetic candidates ego problems and shut them down. Van and Deakin could not win dog catcher. 2012 lost us two Congressional races because of that, and who do you think got them to run?

  2. eubykdisop says:

    As we consider genuine Conservatives, let us also consider faux Conservatives!

    Ted Cruz is being packaged and sold as Conservative but his support for increasing green card and H-1B visas doesn’t fit a Conservative profile. There have also been questions raised about Ted’s father who fought “alongside” the forces of Fidel Castro and who didn’t deign to become a U. S. citizen until 2005.

    Ted Cruz is married. Who is his wife and what is she about?

    In short, Heidi Cruz is a Wall Street banker. She currently works for Goldman Sachs but began her career as an investment banker with JPMorgan in New York, focusing on international structured finance and subsequently on Latin America mergers and acquisitions. But that’s not the best part!

    The best part is that Heidi Cruz is a Term Member of the infamous Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the anti-sovereignty, “One World”, “New World Order” promoting organization!

    “The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) 2005 report “Building a North American Community” not only clearly outlined how George W. Bush’s lax policy on illegal immigration served to build the foundation of a North American Union, but also revealed the extent of Republican influence toward the creation of the NAU. Republican task force members who authored the blueprint for the NAU include Heidi Cruz (Economic Director for the Western Hemisphere at the National Security Council under Condoleezza Rice)…”

    Last, but not least, Ted had to make a few corrections in his financial disclosure statement, including this:

    “The other was $250,001 to $500,000 margin loan with Goldman Sachs incurred in 2012, which the amendment stated was “paid off in 2012.”

    Wait a minute! Ted’s wife, Heidi, works for Goldman Sachs from which Ted got a loan of up to $500,000 in 2012, the year he ran for U. S. Senate! But it gets even better!

    “JPMorgan Employees Join Goldman Sachs Among Top Obama Donors”

    “By Jonathan D. Salant, Mar 20, 2012”

    “Employees of New York-based Goldman and their families gave Obama $1 million four years ago, more than those of any other company, and JPMorgan employees contributed $808,799, the fourth most, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.”


    So Heidi’s current and former employers, JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs, bankrolled Obama!

    How sweet it is! ;-)

    • ZOO says:

      Euby, the deeper you dig the worse it gets. This certainly would explain the stiff Cruz is carrying for H-1B visas. I assume you were not in the Texas crowd that gave Cruz an 8-minute standing ovation when he returned home. Thank goodness the general is a good three years away. The payload you have mined on Cruz may be tough to get center stage. Let’s hope somebody like Ann Coulter or Michelle Malkin picks up on it.

      • eubykdisop says:

        Hi, ZOO! :-)

        You’ve been around long enough and you’re savvy enough to see through the sham. We have Cruz being extremely heavily promoted as the “conservative savior” while no one has publicly vetted him! That ain’t no accident!

        BTW, Goldman Sachs was one of the top five contributors to Cruz in Texas! Who wudda thunk it, LOL! ;-)

        Maybe I’ll see if I can get this stuff to Coulter or Malkin. What they do with it, or fail to do with it, will tell us how Conservative they are with regards to potential presidential candidates like Cruz!

  3. ZOO says:

    The only self-insured companies I have seen over the years are always humongous concerns, who do employee a lot of people. A self-insurance program requires tremendous assets and does subject an employer to unknown liability – or catastrophic losses. Since employers subject to the ACA have been granted a one-year extension, it cannot necessarily impact the ACA until 2015 unless more employers choose this assumption of risk. It is more likely the ACA’s pricing structure (upside down) will spell big trouble -and that should surface but a few months into the new year.

    • eubykdisop says:

      Ted Cruz was asked about his participation in the health insurance plan for federal employees and said this:

      “I’m happy to tell you now I am eligible for it and I am not currently covered under it.”

      So where does Ted Cruz get his health insurance?

      “Top Wall Street executives get some of the best health coverage on the planet. Cruz’s wife, Heidi Nelson Cruz, is a regional head of a Goldman Sachs division.”

      “According to a 2009 New York Times report, top executive officers and managing directors at the bank participate in a health care program that costs Goldman more than $40,000 in premiums for each participant’s family annually.”

      “A Cruz representative wasn’t immediately available to comment.”

      I guess it’s easy to remain above the fray in the health care debate when you’re covered under a Goldman Sachs health insurance plan which costs the company $40,000 per year for your premiums! Would that qualify as a “Cadillac” health care insurance coverage? ‘Ya think? ;-)

      • ZOO says:

        Wow! I believe we’re talking gold-plated tongue depressors and colonoscopy probes here. Handed this, who would opt for the ‘shabby faux-gold’ taxpayer-funded health plan for federal executive, legislative, and judicial branches?

        In Arizona, self-insurance employer requirements are $2 million in annual payroll, and assets of $50 million. Here is a list (scroll down) of self-insured employers within the state:


      • VIllanova says:

        The comments here are as illuminating as the posts. In the case of Ted and Heidi Cruz, they are more so! If Cruz is able to move forward to be handed the GOP presidential nomination and be packaged as a the answer to conservative prayers (which I originally and foolishly believed him to be), we are toast! Cruz will make the lousy pro-Amnesty, pro-New World Order Bushes (Papa and Dubya) look good, which they certainly were not. Jeb Bush (who is eyeing the presidency) and his Goldwater Institute lawyer sycophantic co-author and pusher of amnesty Clint Bolick, are equally putrid.

        Thank you for your excellent searches, euby, and for sharing this critical information with the rest of us here. My gratitude extends to Seeing Red AZ for providing this important forum for sharing these vital facts. Now each of us need to make sure they are spread to each of our own email lists.
        Send this link out near and far and tell them to read the comments!!! It’s clear far too many of us are being suckered by Ted Cruz.


      • eubykdisop says:

        ZOO and Villanova:

        Thank you very much for the comments, guys! Knowing that the information is making a difference is what makes all of the hard work and research worthwhile! And, as you said, Villanova, none of this would be possible without the forum which SRAZ provides for us! Thanks, SRAZ! :-)

        BTW, ZOO, I took your suggestion and sent my Ted Cruz research to Michelle Malkin. I don’t know what may come of that but I am one of those who is always willing to give it a shot!

  4. Delilah says:

    Well, since McLiar hates Ted, I love him, anybody has got to be better than what we have at this point. I guess people are going to run back to Rand Paul, who just indorsed McConnell for the 2014 Senate and was caught by Hannity saying he did not believe in borders.

    I myself at this point will support Cruz, His wife working for a Company does not make her or him a bad person. A friend called McStain’s office, shesh I forgot where and was told by the person who answered the phone they did not agree with the gang of 8. Was that true, I do not know. I do not care, McS–t got my vote once in the last 20 years that was in 2008, even he is better than BHO.

    I volunteered for JD as soon as he got in the race, then the long knives came out and tore him apart, including people on this site. I kept hearing he did this in the House and he did that. I did not care, all I worried about was getting the horrible old goat out of office and certainly that other fool was not going to do it. But you all keep tearing the conservatives apart with your purity test, I myself am looking to get out of office any incumbent that does not vote conservative. But then maybe that is what Euby wants, Hillary to beat the conservative so he digs trash. OMG I just realized who Euby is, the trash campaigner who accuses others of donating to a Democrat, but neglects to look at addresses. La De Da.

    • ZOO says:

      Delilah, you have provided us with a clear picture of ‘conservative’ voters who blow off facts right under their noses to participate in ‘popularity’ or ‘electability’ or ‘anybody but’ campaigns, and then whine about the results for the next two to six years.

      Just two weeks ago your hero J.D. was on the air for Michael Savage and ask the question “Is Ted Cruz Marco Rubio light?”

      The “La De Da” remark is very telling, indicating you can’t be bothered with vetting and documentation. Maybe you should tear up your voter card and concentrate on being a country singer or caterer to political club teas in Scottsdale.

    • Dennis O'Brien says:

      Sorry to have to join in the thrashing of a usually conservative fellow commenter, but in this case, I stand on the side of intelligence gathering and increasing my knowledge of the politicians who claim to be on our side. The information regarding Ted Cruz is not stellar. I too have come to believe he is a setup for conservatives to rally behind…..the anti-McCain. However, I am increasingly concerned, Delilah. At the very least, we need to follow the links provided and read and digest them thoroughly. I began wobbling on Cruz after viewing a video euby posted in which Cruz was clearly amnesty minded. Why we need to import foreign workers when U.S. unemployment is at record levels is beyond me. That set my teeth on edge initially. Since he was doing a great amnesty two step. The additional research here is not opinion, but fact based with links. Our mutual disgust with McCain and Flake is not enough to cause us to flock to the side of Cruz. This information needs to be closely inspected. Our future, our nation’s future, our children’s futures, depend on not allowing ourselves to be conned by yet another RINO.

    • eubykdisop says:

      Delilah wrote: “I myself at this point will support Cruz, His wife working for a Company does not make her or him a bad person.”

      This isn’t about being a “bad person”, Delilah. This is about political ideology and political positions. The fact that Heidi Cruz is a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and that she was on the task force which authored the blueprint for the North American Union is something which you conveniently choose to leave out. ZOO astutely pointed out how this dovetails with Ted’s positions on green card visas, H-1B visas and his immigration positions in general.

      Delilah wrote: “But you all keep tearing the conservatives apart with your purity test…” That is a disingenuous statement in that it assumes Ted Cruz to be “conservative”, something which you haven’t proven and which I have proven to be false. Furthermore, “purity test” is a term used by those who are not Conservative to justify supporting less-than-conservative candidates. It’s a favorite phrase of Libertarians.

      Delilah wrote: “But then maybe that is what Euby wants, Hillary to beat the conservative so he digs trash.” If you want to know what I want, why do you ask me what I want rather than speculating? What I want is to see to it that we do not end up supporting an alleged “conservative” who is not Conservative.

      Delilah wrote: “OMG I just realized who Euby is, the trash campaigner who accuses others of donating to a Democrat, but neglects to look at addresses.” ROFL! It’s certainly much easier to make off the cuff, unfounded smears and attacks than it is to research and present factual evidence! Now if you decide to stop being an intellectual couch potato, and make some effort to gather facts and present them, I’ll be more than happy to consider what you come up with. Furthermore, the source isn’t the issue. The issue is whether the information presented is factual or not. Do you have anything to offer refuting what I have presented? If so, let’s see it!

      Thank you, ZOO and Dennis, for speaking out and sharing your opinions on this matter. :-)

      • ZOO says:

        Euby, you’ve worked your butt off here for 90 days on the Cruz vetting and I was likely too short-fused and disheartened to see this dismissal of the facts which were well documented. If Malkin does jump on this, I would hope she doesn’t believe it’s “too early” because the information will pour out of voters heads like a bucket with a hole in it.

        I still maintain the FIFO (first in, first out) rule of politics applies. Cruz has “peaked” too early and even without the baggage that keeps piling up here, Democratic strategists are hovering over a couple of lines and coffee as we speak – working on their counter attacks. The GOP (with Twinkies and milk) are also playing up the ‘good cop/bad cop’ routine for all it’s worth. Cruz was quoted as saying today ‘I don’t work for the party bosses.’

      • ZOO says:

        P.S. Speaking of ‘Cops Reloaded’, here’s a hot one:

        ‘To Cruz Or Not To Cruz’ – with Jeb and Pancho Bush


      • eubykdisop says:

        Thanks for your support, ZOO! Much appreciated!

        I’m sure that Delilah, like the rest of us, is waiting for a Conservative hero to emerge. The other side knows this and, I believe, is seeking to capitalize on it by conveniently providing us with a Trojan horse. “Caveat emptor!”

        As regards peaking too early, I suspect that the strategy there is to attempt to make Cruz “inevitable” as the Republican presidential candidate. He’s sucking up a lot of money now and developing momentum, which tends to discourage others from challenging him in a primary. They don’t want Cruz to be challenged by a real Conservative!

        As regards what the Democrats are doing, that’s not an issue for those behind Cruz. The idea is to, yet once again, give us a choice between two “One World”, “New Word Order” candidates. If it were Cruz versus Clinton, for example, the outcome, in terms of sovereignty, would be the same. Cruz is a “New World Order” guy and Clinton is a “New World Order” strumpet. Heads I win, tails you lose!

        This is what is not being generally understood. Democrat versus Republican is now meaningless. It’s the “One World”, “New World Order” people versus the sovereignty and Constitution people. It’s the Rothschilds, and their super wealthy pals, versus the American people.

        The Rothschilds could care less if Cruz were to win or if Hillary were to win. They own both, LOL! The deck is stacked! THAT is why we see such vehement attacks on anyone who stakes out Conservative positions. They want to nip in the bud anyone who would offer a genuine choice.

        The Heritage Society is promoting Cruz, adding to the perception that Cruz is “conservative”. But Jim DeMint, who resigned from the Senate to head up Heritage, promoted Marco Rubio as being “conservative”.

        Consider this posting on the Heritage Society website:

        “Encouraging Lawful Immigration and Discouraging Unlawful Immigration”

        “By David S. Addington, March 27, 2013”

        “Conclusion: Congress Should Encourage Lawful Immigration and Prevent Unlawful Immigration. For more than two centuries, America has encouraged and benefitted from lawful immigration. Congress should continue to search for appropriate ways to encourage lawful immigration, reducing the burdens of the immigration process on both the government and lawful immigrants, and making it easier for both America and the lawful immigrants to enjoy the economic and cultural benefits that result from lawful immigration. …When Congress implements step-by-step the proper policies, America will benefit greatly from the arrival on America’s shores of lawful immigrants who, as Ronald Reagan said, will find “a new and better life for themselves and their children in this land of liberty and opportunity.”


        ROFL! That’s the same disingenuous double talk we are hearing from Ted Cruz, LOL! “Conservative”? I don’t think so!

      • eubykdisop says:

        Regarding ‘To Cruz Or Not To Cruz’, that’s too funny for words, LOL! Jeb is giving us the same crap that Jerry Lewis gave us! Lewis was terribly concerned with how China might view Arizona and Jeb is concerned with how “the world” views us! I don’t give a rat’s patootie how China or “the world” view us! China and “the world” neither pay my bills nor wipe my butt for me. Until they start doing that, they’re not on the “A” list, LOL! ;-)

  5. State Committeeman says:

    JD looks and sounds terrific! Thanks for giving us this opportunity to listen to his conservative wisdom. Excellent video!!

  6. Gary D. says:

    Would be a GREAT Governor for Arizona!

    • Ajo Joe says:

      Indeed he would, Gary!! JD Hayworth was, with a doubt, the best and most consistently conservative congressman this state has seen in my memory…and I’m a native Arizonan, with more than what I think is my share of graying hair.