Sens. McCain, Flake rate boo-vation at AZ GOP meeting

Inauspicious beginning of Robert Graham’s second term at helm of AZ GOP

The annual Statutory Meeting of the State Committee of the Arizona Republican Party was the site of another in the continued rejections of John McCain, as nearly 800 elected statewide delegates, carrying 435 proxies, expressed their displeasure with Arizona’s U.S. Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake. The duo made a grossly miscalculated judgment call by even turning onto the property where the Saturday meeting was held.

McCain was introduced by Rev. C. T. Wright, a man of the cloth obviously selected to keep the crowd in check. But even the emotive pastor wasn’t enough to tame the ire of the crowd at seeing the man they censured just last year for a litany of grievances, including a “record [which] has been disastrous and harmful to Arizona and the United States.”

Of interest to seasoned politicos was the set-up involved in springing the duplicitous pair on the delegates who were sent out to lunch wagons on the grounds as the hall was cleared to spirit the unpopular senators in.  Among the supporting cast was a Vietnamese entourage, some dressed in fatigues, waving their native flags. There was even a Vietnamese beauty queen resplendent in a long white gown with a shoulder-to-waist ribbon sash.

Judging by the boos, backs turned to the speaker, and people leaving the auditorium during his address, McCain’s choreographed purge of conservatives from the party ranks wasn’t as successful as he had envisioned.

Robert Graham’s pedantic lecture on civility fell on deaf ears as he chastised the McCain-weary delegates. This appalling ruse was put in place by AZ GOP Chairman Graham, who can no longer deny his close association with Team McCain. Had he foisted the “surprise” of McCain and Flake on the delegates before the ballots were voted, his slate likely would have failed.

Graham’s wily timing saved his Chairmanship and the 1st Vice Chairman post for Paralee Schneider; Secretary, Linda White; and Treasurer, Jonathan LinesConservatives held the 2nd Vice Chairmanship with the election of Gabby Saucedo Mercer.

These anti-McCain buttons, badges and lapel stickers were in high demand at the state GOP convention. The badges with “Deport McCain 2 Manchuria,” refer to the 1959 novel and followup movie, “The Manchurian Candidate,” about a former POW from a prominent family who was brainwashed by his Communist captors.

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58 Responses to Sens. McCain, Flake rate boo-vation at AZ GOP meeting

  1. Borderhawk says:

    McSally just sent me an email. She wants money so she and Mike McCaul can tear down the few fences that make up the Mexican border.

    Was McSally with the RINO GOP women’s group that derailed Trent Franks’ and others banning late abortions?

    Anyway this is the fundraising email.

    NRCC:


    Friend,

    This year has a chance to be incredible for our country, but after President Obama’s speech last night, it’s clear we have a long battle ahead.

    He just ensured that he will fight our every move with his go-it-alone agenda of vetoes and executive orders.

    That’s why we need you to stand with us and renew your membership with the NRCC today.

    Every dollar goes to building a firewall and supporting Conservatives who will ensure YOUR voice is heard.
    SNIP

    Thank you,

    Martha McSally (R-AZ)”

    • lou Sampson says:

      She could care less about citizens of AZ. I voted for Barber because it was obvious to any thinking person that she is merely a McCain, Kyl, Flake acolyte. At least Barber wouldn’t have voted for Boehner.

    • SmallGovt says:

      I was against her from the start and am not one to stare in awe of someone who has nothing but public sector experience with a guaranteed paycheck and pension like some on here. We don’t need Giffords, or Sinema or McSally!

    • Kevin C. Brown says:

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  2. LD 23 PC says:

    The Vietnamese didn’t mysteriously appear at this meeting armed with signs and waving Vietnamese flags. They were obviously encouraged to attend by members of McCain’s crew. It’s laughable. And why the Vietnamese flags? Aren’t they supposed to be Americans now?

  3. azgary says:

    There is really no reason for loyalty to the “republican” party.

  4. Tempe state committeeman says:

    Pictures of the multitude of Vietnamese flags being waved in the balcony of the meeting hall with all the McCain for 2016 and Thank you signs will be posted by many angry cell phone carrying state committeemen with over 200 bused in shills for the occasion. Really a cheap trick with them cheering and the majority of state committeemen booing, turning their backs and walking out like I did. With the good reverend’s R-E-S-P-E-C-T speech failing to ward off the unabated anger of those that has noticed and complained about the foreign flag waving peanut gallery. Oh we were had, the ploy was staged with the guests being quietly ushered in for the rare visit of the unpopular and devious senator. Thanks to you tube, his antics those of the compliant re elected state chairman who chastising tirade fell on deaf ears will be available for AZ voters to see. Votes have consequences and many of those sporting Graham buttons were pretty hot under the collar. Had enough yet? Gabby and the ‘Primary Resolution were the highlights and the two failing bylaws. We may have lost this skirmish but the war is on and we will prevail.

  5. Pima Pal says:

    McCain is despised by conservatives because he is a fraud. He ran on the premise of securing our nation’s borders against aggressors while actually doing all he could to aid and abet their invasion of our country. Flake is the mini-me version of the same deceit. We haven’t had a decent US Senator representing Arizona since I’ve lived in the state. The Republicans are all RINOs and the Dems are…well…DeConcini. It would be great to see McCain actually dumped out of office. Waiting for him to retire gives him the power. We need to regain that seat and elect a conservative.

  6. Kevin C. Brown says:

    WIth McInsane pushing amnesty and Flake giving away well paying jobs (until the Asians take them at much lower pay) through his H1B “ISquared” bill, American traitors were leading the event.

    DId the Vietnamese sing the Ballad of Ho Chi Minh?

    I’m ready to look for excellent Democratic Party candidates that will represent Americans rather than foreigners. A conservative Democrat will be somewhere to the right of these two clowns.

  7. State Delegate says:

    I attended the state meeting as a delegate and resented Robert Graham’s chewing us out over exercising our First Amendment rights. Had he been around at the time, he would have been aiding the British against the Revolutionary heroes, running around telling people they were “discourteous” when they were tired of oppression. Graham is playing McSuck-up for a reason. I predict he and Bill Montgomery will go for one another’s jugulars in vying for that seat.

    • John Liberty says:

      “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” – Winston Churchill

  8. Hagar says:

    Not surprisingly the Vietnamese flags they carried were identical. I presume McCain paid and distributed them. I wonder if there is a “Rent a Vietnamese” website he used. I was one who was disgusted and walked out as McCain came to the dais. I was even more disgusted to see the line of Vietnamese in the balcony over head holding their flags as I passed under. Why not American flags?

    McCain has not attended a state or Maricopa County Republican meeting in years. Why this one? Obviously he thought he and his $$$ had successfully purged the party of his detractors and party chairman Graham had guaranteed a friendly reception. They were both wrong.

  9. JC Daley says:

    So…. what do the by-laws say about recalling this ass-hat? Says he is not affiliated with McCain and then has McCain speak minutes after he is re-elected?? What I find despicable is how Graham used a photo of himself with JD Hayworth to sucker the State committeemen.

    Hurrah for Gabby Mercer!! At least there is one person of sanity on the Executive Board.

  10. SmallGovt says:

    Where can you get one of the yellow buttons?

    • Rob Haney says:

      Send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Rob Haney, 3241 East Mescal Street, Phoenix, AZ 85028.

  11. durabo says:

    You Zonie Repugnicans lack the “cojones” to recall Juan McRino and the Flake. Zonie Gunnies had collected more than twice the required recall signatures in 2001, but we held back in filing the documents in favor of national unity after the 9/11 terrorist strikes. In retrospect, I wish we had gone ahead and gotten rid of “Songbird,” the cooperative Hanoi Hilton POW.

    Get off your butts, Repugnicans, and purge your party of these two invasive cancers!

    • John Liberty says:

      The notion that a recall petition of McShame makes a lot of sense…. BUT the problem for us conservatives is that the number of signatures required to qualify a recall attempt for the ballot is 25% of the number of votes cast in the last election for that office.

      If enough signatures are gathered, a recall election will be held. All qualified candidates can run against the incumbent. Whoever gets the most votes wins the office. If the incumbent wins he/she remains in office and no other recall can take place during that term unless the proponents pay the cost of the prior recall election.
      http://ballotpedia.org/Laws_governing_recall_in_Arizona

      • SmallGovt says:

        I am not for a recall but am for enough of a strong opponent in the next election to cause him not to run or be defeated if he does,

        A recall will only make Republicans and Arizona look like a group of yahoo’s.

        McCain is the reason we need term limits.

    • JC Daley says:

      My comment was not about recalled McCain, which cannot be done–the 17th Amendment took care of that option in 1913– My comment was to recall Graham who is ruled by the State By-Laws.

  12. LEO IN TSN says:

    Oh no, no, no –gosh no SRA – you got it all wrong. This was not the State McGOP convention, it was the McGraham re-election dog & pony show. McGraham called the circus to order, and then for 3 hours he gave a campaign speech while intermittently trotting out the dancing dogs and barking seals to sing his accolades to the captive audience. Truth and honesty have never been part of his act. He used his favorite trick of lining up his family on the stage behind him for his finishing number before the vote. Then when the meeting started, he gave Lori Urban and her supporters five minutes at the microphone. This was an embarrassing put-up job, brazenly foisted on the State Committeemen and the opposing slate of good candidates.

    And then the great King McTraitor came in for his victory lap, literally surrounded by his security team. You see, this wasn’t bad judgement and a cheap threadbare appearance for the King RINO and his lapdog. Oh no, it was designed to stick his LEFT thumb in the eyes of the true Republicans in the room, and those reading about it afterwards. It was truly his victory lap, after successfully stacking the PC population with his minions. And it was a success – we couldn’t even get AJ LaFaro elected in Maricopa County. McTraitor really did get it done. But the fight is not yet over – even the rehearsed five minute prelude by the imported preacher could not force dishonest silence over the crowd, many of whom walked out.

    The one bright light was Gabriela Saucedo Mercer, a classy Republican patriot. She will be problem for the McCainiacs for years to come. She so impressed even the Committeesheeple that she was overwhelmingly elected. Congratulations Gabby.

    PS: much of the credit for this debacle rests with all the former PC’s who have resigned and hidden from the fray and now sit & whine about what happens. As JD Hayworth has often said, you can’t win the fight if you ain’t in it (paraphrased, of course).

    God bless America.

    • Overtaxed1 says:

      Leo in TSN, it makes no sense to roll around in a pig sty with so many dirty politicians you can’t get an honest answer because they lie and promise one thing and do or say the opposite a few days later.

      I am an recent ex PC and have been a Republican all my life. I have just re-registered “No Party Affiliation” because I am sick of the phonies. I feel very relieved that I am no longer connected with those elected who will walk away from the Constitution and Biblical teachings. Christopher Brant (LD28) called Christians “Hypocrites” in the MCRC Briefs today. One can only assume he is not included in that group and that is his perfect right. May I remind you all that you cannot serve two masters and when one is in conflict with the other you must choose. It matters what a man believes and it matters which god our politicians serve.

      When it becomes perfectly clear that you are being used and told that the (R) means something good when it clearly does not you are really just playing in a garbage can of filth an deceit. Stupid people allow themselves to be used for ignoble causes and politicians who will not serve “We the People.” You go ahead and hang in there Leo, your values and time must not be worth much if you choose to stay and roll with the pigs hoping for some of their slop to be clean enough to eat.

      Bill Montgomery’s lack of prosecution on the dog issue told the entire story of how we as conservatives have been so deceived.
      There is no honor among these politicians and this a bitter pill to swallow but sometimes it is just best to back off and let God be the guiding counselor and not the Republican Party.

      • sykotek says:

        Leo In TSN-Overtaxed1 sed everything I was gonna’ say. My parents taught me well never to “suffer a fool”. Muchless AN ENTIRE PARTY of ’em! (Yourself & Good People HERE EXCLUDED) Conservatives are, for some strange reason I can’t grasp, a rare breed anymore. As a single father of 3, I simply do not have th’ time nor the inclination to deal with these schmucks. On top of which, God keeps me out of meetings like this because if I had been there, I’da had a basket of rotten eggs & tomatoes to throw…No longer a PC & no longer a (r).

  13. Ed Vallejo - PC - Holly Precinct & 2012 RNC Delegate says:

    I must offer my Partiot friends a sincere apology for my absence at both the Maricopa Convention and this State Convention. I was deathly ill with the flu for the County one and didn’t want to make everyone sick. I could not attend yesterday as I had to assist my 83-yer-old Stepfather in obtaining an apartment as his house is being auctioned off on Tuesday because since my Mom passed away last Nov 1st he can’t make it by himself.

    I had a feeling it was going to be a debacle and would have loved to join in a walk-out. Congrats to Gabby! She deserves to ride roughshod over some of these clowns.

  14. SmallGovt says:

    True you can’t win if you aren’t in. Hopefully Gabby is no Trojan Horse….we don’t need a token and we don’t need a Gabby Giffords.

    • Kent says:

      You continually say you want someone without any professional credentials to represent us. I have a dog sitter who fits the bill perfectly. She has no education that would make her unacceptable and is reliable in taking my pups for walks and feeding them when I’m traveling.

      • Overtaxed1 says:

        Lets get the reliable dog sitter to run for office. Jeff Flake can’t even raise a grown man that could responsibly care for dogs. How can we leave Flake to help govern our country? Sheriff Joe’s inmates do a better job and have a much more caring heart.

      • Kevin C. Brown says:

        Overtaxed1 ZING! Excellent response!

      • SmallGovt says:

        Didn’t say that at all. I said that I don’t call a retired military person who has lived on guaranteed salary and benefits a qualified professional. Same is true of public sector employees who have fed off taxpayers trough. I want the public who pays their salary to make the decisions.

      • SmallGovt says:

        I don’t know your dog sitter but since she has to work each day to make her living I would rather see someone like that than someone who has fed from the taxpayer trough their entire career and just counted the days to a taxpayer paid pension with a COLA.

  15. Attila The Hunny says:

    Let’s not forget the collusion the newly elected egocentric state treasurer, Jeff DeWit. He used his entire time on stage to give a speech in support of Robert McGraham. In yet another contrivance to show his vigor, (reminding me of Obama) he was not seated with the other speakers, but sprinted from the audience and ran onto the stage to make his remarks, which were all about his McBuddy Robert Graham.

    He said, “If you’re ever torn on who to vote for, choose the hardest worker, because we need people who can get things done.” It was a strategized maneuver, presented in concert with other McCain backed newly elected state delegates who took the microphone in support of Graham.

    Then DeWit came in with the zinger/lie asking, “Who are the hardest working conservatives in Arizona?” His grammatically and factually incorrect, answer in which he (of course) placed himself first and misused the word “myself” when he meant “me“…..– “Myself. Robert Graham and Mark Brnovich!”

    Since DeWitless was just elected in November, there is no evidence of his hard work. Brnovich was Jan Brewer’s appointed gaming director, overseeing state sanctioned gambling at the casinos, lottery and racetracks before the November election, a fact that obviously embarrasses him sice he omits it when giving his work history, and reaches back to being a prosecutor. Overseeing gambling where the state gets a cut, must have taken energy galore! These people are all First Class phonies. They were elected because too many of us looked no further than the leftwing, slimy news coverage and vicious campaign ads to decide where to place our votes. You have no one to blame but yourselves.

  16. Philip says:

    Recall …We can do it in AZ……but first we need a replacement for these idiots . McCain / Flake….. ……

    • CD 8 PC says:

      Here’s a very viable replacement to consider to run against McCain. Read AZ Senator Kelli Ward’s bio here:
      http://www.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=112&Legislature=51&Session_ID=110

      She’s a physician, married to a physician and has the ability to raise money from within the medical coommunity nationally. Sen. Ward has established conservative credentials in the state legislature so it wouldn’t be buying a “pig in a poke.” Her doctor husband is a Colonel in the AZ Air National Guard and currently serves as Arizona’s State Air Surgeon. I heard her name mentioned yesterday at the State GOP meeting.

      She needs to hear from conservatives. Call her state senate office tomorrow! Flood her with requests to run for the US Senate. (602) 926-4138

      McCain will be up for reelection in 2016. Recall is a ridiculous idea at this point. An opposition candidate needs time to put such a major campaign together.

      • SmallGovt says:

        I want a non lawyer businessman who meets payroll and does not benefit from the public trough. Most doctors derive huge income from insurance companies paying outrageous fee’s. I want no one connected to the military, who has never had to meet a payroll and has always benefitted from automatic pay increases and guaranteed retirement pay.

      • Kevin C. Brown says:

        SmallGovt, note that most doctors receive less than 2% of what’s billed. You see the mess created by the third parties involved be it (UGH!) government or insurance companies. What flows to the Doc is nothing near what you believe. And for a D.O Family practitioner like Ward, the pay is on the low end of the scale of $140,000 – $300,000 after 11-18 yrs in school.

        I have very little info on core policies that Ward supports or doesn’t, so this is NOT a recommendation, just a post to set the record straight about physician pay.

    • JC Daley says:

      Phillip– you cannot recall a sitting Congress Critter in AZ or any where else. The 17th Amendment does not allow for recall. Spend your time getting McCain un-elected

      • SmallGovt says:

        What the doctors who whine about reimbursements don’t tell you is that they also own all the medical labs and most rehab clinics where they send the patients.

  17. Fought For My Country says:

    Conservatives who give up on the Republican Party rather than staying in and fighting for our principles are aiding the leftists and McRINOs by waving the white flag of surrender. I feel revulsion reading your foolish comments. Don’t you have families you care about?

    Americans who fought and died to ensure our liberty would be reeling at this “take my marbles and going home” short sightedness. For shame!! Winning requires hard work. Are you such weenies that this is no longer an option for you?

    • azgary says:

      and you are supporting the party that is destroying the country and stabbing conservatives in the back.

      would you tell your sister or daughter to stay with a spouse that regularly abuses them?

      would you give the person raping your wife, daughter, mother or sister Viagra?

      would you give your murderer bullets for their gun?

      that is what you are advocating when you continue to support a party destroying us and the country simply believe they are slightly less abusive, a lesser rapist, or have a smaller gun than the others out to do the same.

      you are disgusting and its the attitude of you and those like you who will not hold your rulers accountable that has brought us to the point we are at today.

      the “republican” party stands for nothing other than lobbyist and you should be ashamed of yourself for allowing to be so willfully duped into servicing you masters as they spit on you.

      more and more of us are leaving, because there is nothing left but an oligarchy, two wings of which are the democrat party and the republican party, serving their self interest and their lobbyist paymasters against American citizens.

      do not sanction your destroyers, regardless of an initial beside a name on a ballot.

  18. Gary Darby says:

    The GOP in Arizona obviously should have elected McCain’s opponent in 2010!

  19. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    Robert Graham revealed his true identity at yesterday’s meeting. I was one of the many who booed and walked out on McCain. My dear mother who taught me better manners would have approved of my patriotic statement in this instance.

  20. Charlie Conservative says:

    To anyone with a lick of sense, there can be no doubt as to where Robert Graham stands vis-a-vis John McCain. To those individuals who were wearing Robert Graham buttons…Wes Harris, Ron Ludders, Anne Heins and many more purported John McCain haters…aren’t you proud? What a pathetic display for all to see of the lengths Graham would go to for the sake of John McCain and his own ego.

    When Graham chastised the State Committeemen for displaying their complete disgust for having the duplicitous McCain foisted upon them as a SURPRISE from Robert Graham, it was a sight for the ages!

    And poor Reverend C.T. Wright being conned into introducing McCain by Graham because Graham didn’t want to do it himself. What a disgrace for CT Wright to endure. He has fallen off the pedestal never to be returned. The TAR BABY McCain has stained them all.

    • Hagar says:

      I was very disappointed to see State Senator Sylvia Allen on Graham’s endorsement list. I wonder if she is even a little embarrassed about it now.

      • Overtaxed1 says:

        She is a Mormon and that seems to be more important than sticking to the values of being a conservative. Maybe this whole debacle will be a learning curve for many. Birds of a feather ……..as the saying goes.

  21. Marianne says:

    I hope to raise my children better than to ever vote for America- compromising RINOs such as John McCain OR Jeff Flake.

  22. Truth or Consequences says:

    After the West Point betrayal, can you imagine Paul Revere introducing Benedict Arnold to a gathering of patriots and expecting a respectful reception because Arnold was once a patriot?

  23. Keen Observer says:

    The bag of BS that Graham was selling has finally burst and he finds himself covered with Bovine Scatology.

    Dare we say that Art Olivas was right?

  24. Braveheart says:

    Sorry folks, but the nearly exclusive focus on John McCain is extremely shortsighted. McCain is an old man, on his next birthday, he’ll be 79. He’s not only at the end of his career, but nearing his eventual end.

    According to the King James Version of the Bible, “The days of our years are threescore years and ten; and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years, yet is their strength labour and sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and we fly away.”

    Stop thinking with your gut and put your brains in gear. Jeff Flake, at 52, is far more worrisome than the decrepit McCain. He’s a Libertarian masquerading as a Republican, and has long supported gifting amnesty to illegals in our country in violation of our law.

    His current senate term is his first and he barely squeaked in by only 3 percentage points against Dr. Richard Carmona. If we don’t get Flake out next time around, it’ll be too late. The only real job he’s had outside of government was in the 1990’s as a registered foreign agent for Rossing Uranium, a company with ties to Iran, which operates a mine in Namibia (where Flake did his church missionary gig). Rossing Uranium is one of the world’s largest suppliers of the nuclear fuel, and Iran is our sworn enemy. Flake has feet of clay. After returning to the United States Flake continued to work as a Washington DC lobbyist for the African uranium mine. A smartly run campaign should be able to take him out. We need a crisp candidate. I agree Dr./Sen. Kelli Ward is worth looking at.

    This article in National Journal has the complete story. Read it and then get actively involved in going after JEFF FLAKE ….stop worrying about old McCain.
    http://www.nationaljournal.com/daily/flake-s-past-as-lobbyist-at-odds-with-his-image-20120417

  25. Kevin C. Brown says:

    Flake has so many negatives against him whether you’re a conservative or a Liberal. As Braveheart says above, he’s a lifetime politician (liar) and he’s as flexible as McCain to voting for the highest bidder.

    His latest traitorous act is to co-sponsor a bill with fellow RINOs Orrin Hatch (Mormon bro from BYU) and Marco Rubio that will kill high tech jobs for American university graduates and workers over 40 in high tech. If cornered, Flake will mumble something about statistics saying that giving away every job will result in 5 new jobs. (I’ve got a bridge to sell you, and I have massive amounts of data that show otherwise.) He met privately with Mark Zuckerberg, that Uber-Liberal owner of Facebook who loves his little brown and yellow indentured servants.

    Bottom line? High Tech workers are non-union, don’t have union pensions and when laid off (that would include me) wipe out their retirement for many reasons, but mine was to start a company. Giving these unlimited jobs for any price away swamps the market, thereby killing college graduate pay and increases age discrimination through layoffs of higher paid employees.

    So if you love to whine about unions, here are hard working non-union people getting screwed by you and the people of Arizona. Get off your butt and fix it.

    I am fully behind supporting a conservative leaning Dem to kill Flake’s continued taxpayer teat sucking role. I would love to look toward the AZ GOP but it appears that there is no backbone left to lead the party to the correct future. A third party is definitely coming to challenge the RINO party. Bet on it.

    For information:
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/01/13/hatch-rubio-flake-co-sponsor-bill-to-increase-h-1b-guest-worker-visas/

    Follow the 6-7 links in this article for more information to shove down the Undocumented Democrat Flake’s throat:
    https://normsaysno.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/new-cs-grads-wages-down-9/

  26. Annie O. says:

    The most preposterous of all the incidents was when Graham chastised the State Committeemen for booing McCain and then said Senator McCain “came here to listen to our concerns.” OMG, I felt like screaming “where the hell have you been for 30 years, Graham? McCain doesn’t give a damn about our concerns and has demonstrated it over and over again.” Graham has lied so many times, he does not even recognize how inane that lie was.

    • Enuff says:

      Saturday’s statutory meeting is the last one I’ll be attending. I will remain a PC since that post affords me the opportunity to hear from candidates and office holders in a more casual forum and become a better informed voter. You have to wade through glibness and BS with them all, but the ability to look them in the eye close up and ask the questions that matter most is important to me. As far as wasting a day being pummeled with garbage…no, I’ve had my fill. Thank you Robert McGraham for opening my eyes. I will never run for state delegate again, although I’ve been one for over a dozen years. Graham’s full blown deceit evidenced on Saturday has soured me.

  27. SmallGovt says:

    I think Flake might be ok if his leader McCain is gone. I could only wish he was a libertarian but think its more country club republican. If you really try and get Flake out you will end up with Sinema or Giffords or Napolitano.

    • ZOO says:

      Might be O.K.???

      Flake lied about his self-imposed term limit – then grinned and said “I lied.” His family hired illegal aliens for years and is on video admitting to such. He teamed with Mexican lizard king Democrat Luis Gutierrez to author the “Strive Act” in 2007. He used the McCain/Simplicity dress pattern to feign immigration enforcement to take his bleached ass to the U.S. Senate in 2012 – where he instantly voted for amnesty.

      Now you warn of Armageddon if a stand down to remove Flake in 2018 doesn’t occur. I smell the distinct odor of “E.”

      • SmallGovt says:

        Would you swap him for Sinema or Giffords? Cause that is what you will get. I wouldn’t.

      • Overtaxed1 says:

        I would swap the arrogant liar (Jeff Flake) for anyone else. At least the other progressives do not lie about what they believe. Of course you can only expect liars from the Mormon Cult. If you would lie about Jesus being part of the Trinity you would lie about anything. Misleading is a common practice for LDS followers. Guess you cannot teach your children to be responsible for their dog killing actions if you do not own up to the things you promise to do. The shame of it all is that the Flakes are proud of getting away with their deceptive practices as Jeff says “I lied” with a sickening grin on his face. Flake may think he will be a god on another planet when he dies and by his actions he surely thinks he is a god here.
        Hopefully he will learn that neither is true very soon.

      • Kevin C. Brown says:

        Yes, in fact Nappy is a Hell of a lot better than Flake. I vote straight rocket Dem just to stick my finger on the eye of the undocumented Democrat party under chief RINO Graham.

        I am Conservative and I can’t stand these traitors to America. McInsane seems to the real life example that Homeland is modeled after. And the Two Mormons (Flake & Hatch) are clearly anti-American. Give me Dems for as long as it takes to beat alphabet voting idiots into understanding that YOU are the problem because YOU allOW RINOS to kill the GOP. Censoring McInsane was the ultimate too small genital act. He should have been forced from the GOP with a very nasty send off message.

        Perhaps Graham has partaken of too many steroids which caused him to “lose a pair”.

        I will no longer apologize for the California Liberal GOP of AZ. Turn the Dems loose and rip it to shreds.

        AZ can take an important lead in creation of a party to kill the Liberal GOP.

        Graham, meet Hillary. Take your lovefest private please.

      • Ellsworth says:

        Overtaxed1:
        Your small minded bigotry is showing. Many in my own family are members of the LDS faith and they are Constitution loving patriots. Several of my cousins, uncles and my own father served in the military in war zones protecting your right to show your intolerance of others who worship differently than you do. You do not exhibit either Godliness or goodness. Americans all have a right to come to the Lord in their own fashion, or even not at all. Though your way is right for you, it is not that of all your neighbors. People like you drive others away, not toward faith. What a shame.

    • Kevin C. Brown says:

      Flake is a traitor to American workers in so many ways. I thought you didn’t like government taxpayer teat sucking lizards? Perhaps your religion is obscuring a clear view of McFlake?

      • Overtaxed1 says:

        Bible believing Christians are often called “bigots.” It is a badge of honor when you are fighting for the truth from the Bible and not the false teachings of the Mormons and Muslims who worship other Gods. We are called to teach His word and not placate those who add to it or put cult teaching before the Word of God. It is a free country and I am happy to respect any faith that people want to worship but I will not stand by without comment when people seek to control political offices with lies and false teachings.

        You can love others and not respect their false teachings. I guess, Ellsworth, you haven’t learned that because when one tells the truth about false teachings, you start name calling.

        Name calling is the defense of those who have no other.