GOP poser Bob Worsley won’t be missed by principled conservatives

A disheartened Arizona Republic has given editorial commentary space to Bob Worsley, whose passing the newspaper mourns. Worsley is still upright, but he has announced he will not seek reelection to the Arizona State Senate, where he ran as a Republican but frequently voted with the Democrats. He called it exercising “compromise” — an art Worsley claims we’ve lost — and displaying “civility.”

“Civility,” he grandly pontificates, “has become a rare commodity in political debate, a fact that worries me greatly.”

The question to ask is,“When did he come to that high-minded perspective?” Our June 23, 2012 post, “Bob Worsley: Hypocrite-in-Chief,reveals a less pretentious man, with appalling standards, who put his personal vendettas ahead of decency.

Worsley has lost sight of the fact that the two parties stand for very different things, as their platforms reveal. Every four years, platform committees devote massive amounts of time to crafting platforms that encapsulate their basic ideals. Worsley brushes the differences off like dandruff on his shoulder, saying,“There is nuance and complexity in nearly every challenge facing society. We do ourselves a disservice when we oversimplify complex issues to fit a strict adherence to political ideology.”

That bit of Worsley wisdom might require a second perusal to sink in.

It’s worth your time to read the intriguing back story behind the Worsley love-fest  titled,Worsley’s new pals at Periódico de la República de Arizona.” When it comes to political machinations in Arizona, there is no such thing as too much information. The same playbook is often used by slick swindlers, usually Dems, whose constituencies are known to be less attentive.

Now that Worsley will have more time on his hands he would do well to acquaint himself with the vast differences between the two political parties as defined in their platforms. One stresses liberty, economic growth, prosperity and refers to “God.” The other focuses on abortion, LGBT issues, encourages class warfare and sounds as though it was written by Karl Marx.

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10 Responses to GOP poser Bob Worsley won’t be missed by principled conservatives

  1. East Valley Conservative says:

    The Arizona Repugnant newspaper has never seen a RINO it didn’t adore and promote.Turncoats are even preferable to Democrats, since they undercut the Republicans they are supposed to represent.The editorial board has slavishly kissed the feet of McCain and Flake for years. This creep Worsley is cut from the same cloth, so it’s no wonder he’s treated so kindly..

    • Trevor says:

      AZ Repugnant is still crying over Flake leaving they are readying for their Sinema endorsement despite the fact she is a commie and ex lds lol.

  2. Observer says:

    This article from the SHIELD provides important information linking Worsley to the Randy Parraz open borders group. One of the photos shows Kirk Adams, chief of staff for McCain ally, Gov. Doug Ducey.

    They are all in this together.

    Worsley has always been a backstabbing snake colluding with the left while promoting himself as a Republican.
    http://armorandshield.blogspot.com/2012/08/so-it-seems-worsleys-grassroots.html

    • Trevor says:

      Kirk Adams would’ve have been a disaster in my district McCain was pushing for him hard in that 2012 race.

  3. PC and State Committeeman says:

    Boob the worst Worsley won’t be missed but will still be around doing damage just like his BFF Jerry Lewis. They worked with La Raza to unseat Russell Pearce. Like bad pennies these schmucks will be undermining our Republic at every opportunity.

  4. Joseph Bickley, Sr. says:

    The greatest of news in an otherwise sad season: Bob Worst-ley is GONE!
    And thanks for giving us the Republican and Democratic platforms to compare. Worthy of note: The Rep platform is 750 words, the Dem’s is over 27,500 words! So, it takes 36 times the space to engineer government takeover of society, as opposed to simply expressing a guiding philosophy . . .

    • Sally Forth says:

      Great observation on comparing the two platforms. I’d also like to add my thanks to SRAZ for including them. Quite a difference in the Republican and Democrat view of the role government. So glad I saw the light and parted company with the skewed view I received as a student. I pray the next generations will have conservative mentors, such as Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson or we are doomed.

  5. Frankly Speaking says:

    Remember in 2012 when the Democrats actually voted against including in their party platform any mention of God? They also opposed calling for Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel. A vote was repeatedly taken and the chair finally said the vote was in the affirmative, though that was disputed by the radically liberal cats he was trying to herd..

  6. Saguaro Sam says:

    Ran as a Repub, but liked to vote with the Demoncrats.

    Sound familiar? “my friends across the aisle” as Sid often said.

    Meanwhile, If you have liberal, socialist, Marxists associates who are now hammering this ‘separating children from their parents at the border’
    lie (10,000 of the 12,000 children were in the company of a non-related adult, according to the media), why not throw out this question:

    What about the ULTIMATE separation of mother, father and child—What about ABORTION, which the Left is 100% in favor of? So, Abortion is A-OK with the Lefties, but we must Not separate children from adults who are almost always NOT their parents or even a relative.

    Bill and Hillary all over the media, even quoting Bible verses (that tactic will come back to haunt you Hillary) about “the children.” Not in the least bit worried or concerned about American children living in broken homes and in poverty. Careful, Hillary. Some of us know what you do with “the children”. And that you especially prefer brown-skinned children. Your crew (worldwide) even has a name for it.

    Now that your source has been denied you (by President Trump), you fly aimlessly around the world. Visiting the aborigines in NZ and Australia, for example, while still stuffing your pockets with money given to you by the corrupt politicians there.

    And you and your homie, James Comey, are leaving for Ireland, where you will be given some “honor” at a university thereHow ironic that Hillary is going to Ireland.
    The country where they very recently voted IN FAVOR OF MAKING ABORTION LEGAL, for the first time in their history.
    And we thought that she was all concerned about “the children”.

    • Saguaro Sam says:

      Remember these two names:

      Amanda Andrea Renteria (re tarmac)
      Xavier Becerra (makes servers disappear)

      California is toxic.