Green McCain workers whipped into frenzy over slight?

February 7, 2016

In numerous ways, John McCain is AZ’s Bernie Sanders

Dan Nowicki, John McCain’s personal assigned reporter at the daily newspaper, attempts to marginalize Dr. Kelli Ward for her description of some of John McCain’s young campaign workers. He writes that her remarks during a Tucson radio interview have so outraged the young  “millennial Republicans,” that they are demanding an apology from the former two-term state senator, now mounting a credible challenge to McCain.

Nowicki refers to the aged senator who will be 80 by Election Day and is seeking his sixth 6-year term as “having nothing to do” with the contrived outrage. He never leaves fingerprints, since his surrogates take care of business.

Ward, a  Lake Havasu physician referred to “McCain kids” who “have no idea” about his record but who are “enticed by the glimmer of celebrity.”

Long-in-the-tooth Socialist Bernie Sanders is generating widespread support from young voters, consistently and strikingly outpolling liberal Hillary Clinton, as he promises to make college education free and retire student loan debt. Like McCain, Sanders vows to provide a pathway to citizenship for the approximately 30 million illegal aliens in the U.S., who will be competing for jobs and college placement with young American citizens. Obama-like, Sanders promises to take executive action, bypassing congress, to accomplish his goals.

On two consecutive Saturdays in January, Arizona elected precinct and state committeemen assembled for the Maricopa County and state GOP daylong meetings. As they entered each of the meetings, they were approached by fresh-faced young workers wearing T-shirts with John McCain’s name emblazoned on them —carrying clip boards with nominating petitions to qualify McCain for the ballot.  Approaching the arriving committeemen in the cold, still dark early morning hours, most of the workers were greeted with “No thank you” or “McCain? Are you kidding?” It was clear from the surprised looks followed by giggles as the scenario repeated that they were under the erroneous impression that Sen. John McCain has some cache among Republican voters. They were likely unaware that he has repeatedly been censured by those same committeemen in his own party, or of his retaliatory measures to purge them from their elective posts.  Dr. Kelli Ward was not off the mark in her assessment.

As to the McCain workers being described as “volunteers” a state delegate asked a couple of them standing outside the McCain booth if they were paid or volunteers. They nervously exchanged looks before the boldest replied, “We’d rather not say.” That’s not the response expected from enthusiastic volunteers.

Among the letter signers demanding Dr. Kelli Ward apologize were the former Arizona Teenage Republican  chairman, Students for Rubio Chair, along with ASU and UofA GOP activists. 

Since Rubio was integral to the McCain-Flake-Schumer-Durbin, et al amnesty Gang of Eight scheme and is endorsed by McCain’s alter-ego Jon Kyl, it’s not much of a leap to assume there’s a connection. If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck…you know the rest…..


Marco Rubio: The Big Con

February 6, 2016

Phyllis Schlafly, conservative icon and founder of Eagle Forum, and Ed Martin, president of the organization expose Marco Rubio in THE ‘BIG CON’ BEGINS.

This memorandum along with its well sourced links are a must read as we sift through the candidates and separate fact from fiction — facing the crucial 2016 presidential election.

The conclusion reached is that there is no single major distinguishing policy difference between Marco Rubio, John McCain or Lindsey Graham — all members of the amnesty Gang of Eight. They have the same trade policy, immigration policy and foreign policy.  But on illegal immigration most especially — the issue in which all four have invested the most — there is no daylight separating them.

If you read nothing else this weekend, make this a priority. Acquaint yourself with slick-talking Marco Rubio — the candidate of open borders, Obamatrade and mass immigration — who is making a desperate attempt to pull off one big con. Slickster Rubio has different messages for English and Spanish-speaking audiences. 

WND runs a Schlafly article in which she accuses Marco Rubio of betrayal.

Seeing Red AZ has written extensively about the illegal immigration deceit of U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake.  This most recent post includes links to their deceptive pre-election ploys allowing them to return to the banks of the Potomac and immediately revert to their long-held amnesty positions, regardless of their pre-election rhetoric.

We support Dr. Kelli Ward, a physician and two-term state senator, in the upcoming U. S. Senate race. She is challenging John McCain, who will be 80 by Election Day, and is arrogantly running for another 6-year term. A vibrant woman and engaging speaker, Ward is traveling the state of Arizona bringing her conservative message directly to the voters. Kelli Ward doesn’t hold contrived town halls or dodge questions. She’s the knowledgeable voice we need in the senate as Obamacare is retooled.


“Marcomentum” Another reason to distrust Marco Rubio

February 4, 2016

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Gang Of Eighter Marco magically tries to transform third place into blue ribbon success

In the aftermath of Ted Cruz’ Iowa primary caucus victory, the politicians are hard at work recasting the results to suit their whims.

Donald Trump, who petulantly decided to skip the Jan. 28 debate in Des Moines, took second place. His calculated risk was preceded and followed by puerile mockery of Cruz. But third placer Marco Rubio takes the cake. His emailed solicitation of (at least) $20.16 in campaign donations that went out Wednesday bizarrely reconfigures his third place showing into a stunning triumph, as he writes:

“Monday night was amazing.

All of our hard work leading up to the Iowa caucuses paid off. I’m thrilled with our success there, and you should be too. 

But make no mistake: The results in Iowa were just the beginning.“Marcomentum” swept Iowa, and next it’s going to take over New Hampshire.”

Marco doesn’t seem to grasp the fact that churning 1 percent milk will never make butter.

Next thing we know John McCain’s amnesty pushing Gang of Eight member Marco Rubio will undergo the same pre-election transformation of his supporters.

Remember former Sen. Jon Kyl — now a Rubio endorser — cutting this hard liner TV spot? John McCain will be remembered for this tough on the border ad long after he’s forgotten where he placed his drool cup. Gangster Jeff Flake took the same pre-election expediency route, briefly dismaying his pro-amnesty cheering section at the Arizona Republic. But in the end, they are all exposed as double-talking frauds. All of them colluded with Democrats in support of amnesty for illegals.

“Marcomentum” can be discounted as ludicrous hyperbole. The invasion of our country is deadly serious business.


Ted Cruz takes Iowa!

February 1, 2016

UPDATE: Hillary declares victory after winning 6 Iowa precincts by coin tosses

Once again the prediction gurus were wrong. Donald Trump (24%) lags behind Ted Cruz (28%) by 4 percentage points. In total votes, that’s 51,047 for Cruz to 44,837 for Trump.

Cruz‘ Iowa ground game paid off. As he addressed his supporters, he said, “God bless the great state of Iowa. Tonight is a victory for the grass-roots. Tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across Iowa and all across this great nation. Iowa has sent notice that the Republican nominee and the next president of the United States will not be chosen by the media; will not be chosen by the Washington establishment; will not be chosen by the lobbyists.”

The Iowa caucus numbers are all here, courtesy of Fox News. It’s time for big spending Jeb! Bush, pulling a mere three percent, to fold his tent and give Karl Rove and his white board a vacation. The GOP establishment has received the back of the hand of middle America.

A record 185,000 people reportedly took part in the GOP caucuses, shattering the 2012 turnout by 5.4 percent.

And the Dems? Clinton and Sanders are in a virtual tie, with no definitive winner called Monday night. Martin O’Malley, with just 1%, has decided to suspend his presidential campaign.


By George! McCain & Hillary have a lot in common

February 1, 2016

Billionaire leftist George Soros is their common bond

McCain_lovingly_HillaryFor starters, we’ll remind readers of John McCain’s longtime close association with Hillary Clinton and his stated admiration of the devious snake-oil saleswoman. In 2013 he called her arock starhe could support for president in 2016. McCain referred to conservative Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul as representing an obsolete “isolationist, America-Firsters” mindset element of the Republican Party for wanting to enforce our nation’s sovereign border. Republican pretender McCain even took potshots at America’s iconic President Ronald Reagan, sarcastically saying his presidency was “perfect, without ever a problem.”

In Jan. 2014, Seeing Red AZ posted John McCain cavorts with pal George $oros, exposing the deep ties McCain has cultivated with the extremist, America-hating, anti-capitalist. George_Soros_John_McCain

Discover the Networks.org Guide to the Political Left uses this page to direct its focus on multi-billionaire George Soros and the left-wing organizations he has long been instrumental in funding. Tucked in near the bottom of the lengthy list is an entity known as the Shadow Party which was principally conceived and organized by George Soros, Hillary Clinton and Harold McEwan Ickes — all identified with the far left element of the Democrat Party. Other key players included: Morton H. Halperin, Director of Soros’ Open Society Institute and John Podesta, Democrat strategist and former chief of staff for Bill Clinton.

Under the heading Follow the Money, John McCain’s involvement is revealed. Richard Poe, a New York Times-best selling author and award-winning journalist, writes “John McCain Gets Soros Cash.” Why would McCain be the willing recipient of money from Soros — who funded Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns?

We posted McCain joins Soros pushing “refugee” invasion, Nov. 2015 — filled with excellent links that further expose the man who is seeking a sixth, six-year senate term at age 80. The depth of McCain’s deception is mind-boggling.

Soros_and_HillaryThe Daily Caller reports Hillary Clinton is the beneficiary of a $6 million donation from Soros Sunday, in an attempt to save her on the eve of the Iowa caucus — and bringing his total haul to pro-Clinton groups to $8 million. The first paragraph of the report contains a stunning Hillaryism.

Conservative Human Events lists the Top 10 Reasons George Soros Is Dangerous.

If John McCain lived in Iowa, it’s not a leap to imagine he’d be caucusing for Hillary today. The duo are joined by Soros’ tainted and strings-attached generosity.   


GOP debate tonight Jan. 28, 2016: 5 to 8 (AZ)

January 28, 2016

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Unpredictable, petulant Trump, ignores voters, grabs headlines,  risks alienating base

Parents have long known it’s the agitating kid demanding attention, who challenges the adults to react. Now the presidential candidate tantrum thrower is not even going to show after pitching a fit and engaging in derisive name calling.  Donald Trump has referred to close rival Ted Cruz as a “liar,” mockingly declaring, “Nobody likes him.”  Accusing Fox News of “playing games” with him, GOP frontrunner Trump is boycotting tonight’s Fox News/Google debate after referring to moderator Megyn Kelly as a “lightweight and third-rate reporter.”

Here we go again. Either by widely publicized inaction or roaring bravado, Trump becomes the news as the seriousness of the prime time debate is pushed to the back burner.

The Fox News/Google main event is set for 6 P.M. (9 p.m. ET) tonight, Thursday, Jan. 28,  in Des Moines, Iowa and marks the first GOP presidential primary debate that is Trumpless. Instead he’ll host an event in Iowa to raise money for Veterans and Wounded Warriors — a noble gesture indeed, but one he could do on any other night. Americans want to hear from the candidates tonight.

Participants include Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, John Kasich, and Rand Paul.

Those qualifying for the earlier, 5 p.m. (AZ time) second tier debate are: Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, and Jim Gilmore.

Both debates will be moderated by Fox News anchors. The earlier one will feature Martha MacCallum and Bill Hemmer.  Prime time honors go to Megyn Kelly, Bret Baier and Chris Wallace.

The candidate lineup was decided based on the results of national, New Hampshire and Iowa polling  To qualify for the prime-time debate, candidates had to place in the top six in an average of recent national polls, or in the top five in an average of recent Iowa or New Hampshire polls. The earlier  debate features candidates who received a minimum 1 percent in at least one recent national poll.

This debate will be the candidates’ last before the Monday, Feb. 1, 2016 Iowa caucuses – which kick off the Republican presidential nominating process.

Access the debate on Fox News Channel (cable TV). Streaming at FoxNews.com and Fox News mobile apps. Live stream at KFYI-AM 550 radiol.


Jon Kyl gives Rubio what he wouldn’t want from McCain

January 27, 2016

Since Marco Rubio has entered the presidential sweepstakes, he’s spent an inordinate amount of time running from his job in the senate and attempting to disavow his collusion with John McCain, Chuck Schumer, Jeff Flake, Dick Durbin and the throng of leftists and RINOs who comprised the infamous Gang of Eight amnesty pushers. Fortunately, their efforts failed — again.

Supportive words regarding Rubio’s candidacy emanating from the lyin’ lips of John McCain would amount to a political kiss of death for the amnesty proponent. Enter former Arizona senator Jon Kyl — now toiling as a DC lobbyist.  He was brought in to lavish praise on the obedient establishment clone Marco Rubio.

Rubio exemplifies the same duplicity Kyl and McCain perfected (deceitful campaign ads under links) —  talk tough about the border, win re-election — then immediately reverse course and advocate for amnesty. 

Rubio has taken hits trying to explain away his senate absences by arguing that the votes he would have cast are meaningless. “A lot of these votes don’t mean anything. They’re not going to pass, and even if they did, the President would veto them.”  It’s the old “dog ate my homework” ruse and works about as well.

Florida’s junior senator not showing up for work doesn’t phase Kyl. Politico carries Kyl‘s compliment:

“He didn’t shy away from the [amnesty] issue. People looked to him for leadership, and he provided it,” Kyl said. “Not everybody was happy with the proposals that he actually supported, but there’s an old saying in politics: ‘You can’t get something without giving something.’ If you want to just have it your way all the time, you’re never going to get anything done.”

There’s also an old saying among principled conservatives that Marco Rubio and Kyl obviously missed: “If you stand for anything, you stand for nothing.” 


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