Good news for Kyrsten Sinema! Her Green Party is back

The Arizona Green Party (AZGP) announces it’s back on the ballot for the 2016 and 2018 elections, regaining status after a two-year decertification hiatus due to too few registered Greenies and not enough of their claimed 5600 statewide members voting for the party’s candidate in the last presidential election. According to its website the far leftist group, founded in 1990, has achieved ballot status five times —- in 1992, 2000, 2008, 2010 and 2012. 

U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ CD 9) made her first foray onto the political scene in 2002, when she ran for the state House of Representatives in LD 15 as an “independent” candidate linked to the Green Party. She came in dead last —-grabbing only 8 percent of the vote —- in a field of five candidates vying for two seats.

By 2004 Sinema, a radical leftist with communist ties, had wised up and ran as a Democrat in the same district. She swept into office with the highest vote margin. As a newly burnished Dem, she was subsequently re-elected three times. Unlike conservative Republicans who determinedly expect candidate commitment to constitutional values, Democrats are willing to give their votes to anyone sporting a “D’ after their name.

As a 2012 candidate for congress in the newly created CD 9 Kyrsten Sinema faced no incumbent, veered right and magically characterized herself as a moderate. She stopped bashing our military and using vulgarities to describe stay-at-home moms, while vigorously courting registered Independents and unaffiliated voters —- groups that outnumber the two major parties in that district. Her radical fans were unfazed by her transformation. The liberal Arizona Republic endorsed her, despite (or perhaps due to) her yearly “Cinco de Mayo greeting” in the Communist People’s Weekly World.

Although Sinema made a point of declaring herself as the first openly bisexual member of the U.S. Congress and refused to be sworn into office with a bible, the only member to officially describe her religious affiliation as “none,” those brazen career killing moves were overlooked by the voters as quirky eccentricities.

Facing reelection, she transformed herself yet again in Nov. 2013, breaking ranks with the majority of Dems as she tried to separate herself from the Obamacare debacle by voting with the GOP on H R 3350 (roll call vote) Keep Your Health Plan Act of 2013.

The good news is that Sinema can finally be an honest broker. With the Green Party recertified and ready for the ballot, her political contortions can come to an end and she can replace that “D” with a “G.”

 Go for it, Kyrsten!

8 Responses to Good news for Kyrsten Sinema! Her Green Party is back

  1. Clair Van Steenwyk says:

    Sinema needs to be canceled like all bad movies, however GOP or anyone running against her needs to realize that they must beat her on her terms as she runs hard and will say anything to get elected. I hope they’re prepared to do the homework required to remove her as it trench warfare and she’s pretty good at it, so begin to get ready Jan 1, 15 and don’t look back. God Bless You; Van

  2. stopthetsa says:

    Republicans like Linda Gray love them. Some fake Green party candidates:

  3. Frankly Speaking says:

    I doubt Kyrsten Sinema is an anomaly within the Democrat party. Many of them are closet Marxists. Obama used the same deceptive techniques to get elected. The fact that both Obama and Sinema were REelected is the most concerning aspect of this political saga.

    • azgary says:

      just as sinema is not an anomaly in the democrat party, McCain is not an anomaly in the republican party.

      its amusing you find it compelling sinema and Obama were reelected when the republican party leadership and moneymen back the same policies as they.

      its an oligarchy, particularly at the national level and the powerbrokers will not allow it to change.

  4. Villanova says:

    Kyrsten Sinema could actually run as an out-and-out Commie and get reelected. Why? Too many today haven’t even learned what Communism is. They think capitalism is the enemy. We saw that all too clearly with the Occupy Wall Street mob of undereducated youth, many of them university students.

    These fools are willing propagandists for a cause of which they have no real understanding. Most of them are still being supported by their parents, whom they frequently hold in disdain.. They worked to put Obama in office because they thought he was “cool” and the election of the first multi-racial president was “historic.” These are the sheeple that will destroy democracy and the liberties contained in our founding documents.

    They are truly low information voters, since they were educated by liberal, unionist teachers, raised by disinterested parents who are too busy with their own lives. They get their news from late night far left comedians. None of them know who Mark Levin, George Will, Walter Williams, Michelle Malkin, or Thomas Sowell are because they don’t read columnists and have no concept of conservatism.

    By turning our youth over to the left, we have tragically ensured the loss of our country.

  5. Borderhawk says:

    McSally is a bigger problem than Sinema. When has Sinema been the crucial swing vote for the liberal agenda without RINOs also joining her?

    The AZ 4 are terrible but McSally will be worse and will start touting Boehner’s halfbaked border security and instant work permits for illegals. They’ll tout McSally as some sort of spokesperson for conservatives on immigration.

    It is a good thing Boehner’s other puppets Tobin and Rogers lost.

  6. jon jensen says:

    kristen cinema’s political party is the kristen sinema party. Underestimating your enemy has never been a good political strategy.

    • Justin says:

      A sure fire way of assessing one’s foe is being able to spell his/her name correctly. You’re an odd one to be giving lessons on political strategy.

      It’s K-Y-R-S-T-E-N (Keer-sten, .not Kris-teen) Sinema