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  • Tea Party announces Congressional Advocacy Team!

    01/04/2013 8:18:47 AM PST · by Baynative · 72 replies
    Tea Party News Network ^ | 1/4/12 | Press release
    Washington D.C. - The nation’s largest Tea Party group announced today the creation of its new advocacy arm — the first of its kind. With over 600,000 members and over 1.3 million supporters on Facebook, TheTeaParty.Net has been a leading opponent of any legislation that increases taxes or raises the debt, including this week’s deal on the fiscal cliff.
  • Can the Gingrich campaign be revived? (Newt supporter J.D. Hayworth says YES!)

    02/25/2012 6:31:47 PM PST · by JediJones · 46 replies · 1+ views
    CNN ^ | 2/22/2012 | Starting Point
    Gingrich supporter J.D. Hayworth says that his candidate still has an opportunity to reclaim frontrunner status. Click link to view video. And here is another interview from 2 days ago with Hayworth talking about the campaign and his endorsement of Newt: J.D. Hayworth takes the pulse of Arizona GOP voters http://current.com/shows/the-war-room/videos/j-d-hayworth-takes-the-pulse-of-arizona-gop-voters
  • J.D. Hayworth takes the former Rush Limbaugh slot on San Francisco's KSFO (560)

    01/03/2012 11:44:36 AM PST · by raccoonradio · 18 replies · 1+ views
    radio-info ^ | 1/3/12 | radio-info
    Former House member, Senatorial candidate and Phoenix radio/TV broadcaster Hayworth is tackling the 9am-noon time period at Cumulus Media's conservative talk KSFO. He jokes that "As a 'recovering' Congressman, I'll 'pull back the curtains' and explain why politicians do the things they do." The syndicated Rush Limbaugh is now across the street, at Clear Channel-owned "Newstalk 910." Effective today, 910 is changing call letters from KNEW to KKSF, sharing the calls (but not programming) with sister oldies KKSF-FM (103.7). Clear Channel is shifting the KNEW calls up to its 960, the former "Green 960" KKGN
  • McCain spent nearly $2.5 million in 2-month period (McCain only fights conservatives)

    10/20/2010 6:11:53 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 19 replies
    AP ^ | 2010-10-20
    PHOENIX (AP) - Republican John McCain spent nearly $2.5 million during a two-month period ending on Sept. 30 in his bid to win a fifth term in the U.S. Senate. The figure includes spending made near the end of his campaign against primary challenger J.D. Hayworth and as his general election race against Democrat Rodney Glassman began.
  • Hayworth: "Vote Democrat, It Could Always Be Worse"

    09/21/2010 9:14:35 AM PDT · by i88schwartz · 21 replies
    RealClearPolitics ^ | September 21, 2010 | RealClearPolitics
    "Sir, you are precisely wrong there. The problem has come in what went on with federal housing and what went on with the concept of ignoring the laws of economics and indeed the so-called reform that you are touting. That reform is akin to giving a book of matches and a can of gasoline to a pyromaniac. It's not going to work. We're going to see corrective action taken on election day," JD Hayworth said.
  • Hayworth to be Tea Party spokesman

    09/19/2010 7:46:46 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 53 replies
    The Hill, Washington, DC ^ | 2010-09-19 | Jay Heflin
    The Tea Party is expected to announce that former Rep. JD Hayworth (R-Ariz.) will become a national spokesperson for the movement, a source close to the matter told The Hill.
  • Arizona's new senator, same as their old senator

    09/16/2010 12:21:21 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 22 replies
    Fresh Ink (GOPUSA) ^ | September 16, 2010 | The Scribe
    John McCain met recently with the children of illegal aliens to discuss the Dream Act, among other aspects of amnesty. McCain sounded very tough on illegal immigration during his recent primary campaign but now he has won and is a shoo-in for reelection in November. Harry Reid has tacked the Dream Act onto a defense bill which will be voted on before the election. What do you think, Arizona? How will McCain vote? Note that McCain explains in the beginning that there are other senators who do not support the Dream Act and that will make passage difficult. He promises...
  • McCain to debate Senate rivals on Sept. 26 (McCain far more eager to debate Dem than J.D. Hayworth)

    09/06/2010 12:13:10 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 25 replies
    AP ^ | 2010-09-05
    PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona Sen. John McCain has agreed to a debate with former Tucson City Councilman Rodney Glassman and two minor-party challengers.
  • J.D. Hayworth absent from GOP unity event

    08/29/2010 9:11:30 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 190 replies · 1+ views
    Politico ^ | 2010-08-28 | Kasie Hunt
    PHOENIX—An ebullient John McCain celebrated his resounding GOP Senate primary win with Gov. Jan Brewer, Sen. Jon Kyl and the state’s Republican congressional delegation at a unity fundraiser Friday night. Conspicuously absent: former Rep. J.D. Hayworth, whom McCain soundly defeated Tuesday following a bitter and acrimonious campaign. Organizers said he received an invitation to the event, just as others losing candidates did, but Hayworth claims the opposite. “I never received an invitation – nothing ever crossed my desk,” the former six-term congressman told POLITICO Saturday.
  • Bad blood lingers among Arizona Republicans

    08/26/2010 5:36:21 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 101 replies · 1+ views
    The Hill, Washington, DC ^ | 2010-08-25 | Sean J. Miller
    <p>Sen. John McCain acknowledged his primary rivals during his victory speech after winning Tuesday's Arizona Republican primary, but not warmly.</p> <p>It took until the sixth paragraph of his acceptance speech, and his remarks notably mentioned his closest rival, J.D. Hayworth, last.</p>
  • McCain still waiting on Hayworth call (J.D. gives McCain the silent treatment)

    08/26/2010 4:32:31 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 119 replies
    Politico ^ | 2010-08-26 | David Catanese
    Two days after being trounced in the Arizona GOP Senate primary, former Rep. J.D. Hayworth still hasn’t called Sen. John McCain to congratulate him. And it’s not as if Tuesday night’s outcome was in doubt for very long. McCain eviscerated Hayworth by 24 percentage points and The Associated Press called the race not even a full two hours after the polls closed. The four-term senator quickly took the stage at the downtown Phoenix Convention Center to declare victory and make it an early night. But the McCain campaign is still a bit surprised it never heard from Hayworth, a former...
  • J.D. Hayworth Stops Supporters from Booing McCain; Says “Time for Derision is Over” – Video

    08/25/2010 7:25:05 AM PDT · by Federalist Patriot · 62 replies · 1+ views
    Freedom's Lighthouse ^ | August 25, 2010 | Brian
    Here is video of J.D. Hayworth in his concession speech last night, where he stopped his supporters from booing John McCain. Hayworth had told supporters that the people of Arizona had decided that “our senior Senator will move to enforce the border….” At that point, the crowd began to boo and groan, and Hayworth stopped them and said that “the time for derision during a campaign is over.” He went on to say he sincerely hopes McCain will do the things he has promised to do during the campaign.
  • J.D. Hayworth Concession Speech

    08/24/2010 10:10:16 PM PDT · by iowamark · 51 replies
    Cspan ^ | 08/24/2010 | J.D. Hayworth
    J.D. Hayworth gives a very classy concession Reagan-like speech to his conservative supporters. 7 minutes.
  • Light turnout expected in state's first Aug. primary (illegals, SB 1070 top issues in Ariz.)

    08/24/2010 3:13:26 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 17 replies · 1+ views
    PHOENIX -- For the first time in state history, Arizona is holding its primary elections in August. Experts predict between 20 and 25 percent of registered voters will go to the polls before they close at 7 p.m. Tuesday. They think the heat and humidity, which have put the Valley under an extreme heat warning, will keep some people home. "That certainly is going to discourage people from going to the polls," said Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell. News/Radio 92.3 KTAR's Jim Cross, out and about as the polls opened at 6 a.m., found illegal immigration and SB1070, the state's...
  • List of States with Primaries Today (vanity)

    08/24/2010 6:07:19 AM PDT · by November 2010 · 1 replies
    November 2010 | August 24, 2010 | November 2010
    Tuesday 24 August 2010 Alaska - Primary Arizona - Primary Florida - Primary Oklahoma - Runoff (US House CD 2-R, CD 5-R, Ins Comm-R) Vermont - Primary
  • Election Day Today August 24th in Florida, Arizona, Alaska, and Vermont - GOTV

    08/24/2010 6:14:31 AM PDT · by Steelers6 · 31 replies
    Politico ^ | August 24, 2010 | steelers6
    Get Out the Vote In Alaska Joe Miller for US Senate http://joemiller.us/ Donate and vote for him In Florida Marco Rubio https://www.marcorubio.com/primarymoneybomb/ For Governor Bill McCollom v Rick Scott - I believe most FReepers are supporting Bill. In Arizona JD Heywoth for US Senate http://www.jdforsenate.com/ Jan Brewer for Governor http://janbrewer.com/
  • McCain tipped for easy win in Arizona primary (as RINOs surging over Tea Partiers) (BARF ALERT)

    08/24/2010 3:13:24 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 50 replies
    AFP ^ | 2010-08-24
    PHOENIX, Arizona (AFP) — Senator John McCain appears set to romp home in Arizona's Republican primary, but only after tacking right and spending millions of dollars to counter a threat from a former conservative radio show host. Voters also head to the polls Tuesday for primary elections in Florida, Vermont and Alaska and results are being closely watched as a litmus test of the anti-incumbent mood in the run up to mid-term elections in November. Results such as Arizona may predict whether insurgent candidates, especially Republicans backed by staunchly anti-government Tea Party groups, will continue to make advances over those...
  • LIVE THREAD: RINO Juan McCain vs. J.D. Hayworth, Tea Party (Ariz. US Senate GOP Primary 08/24/2010)

    08/23/2010 6:36:57 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 267 replies
    FR | 2010-08-24
    Results TBD 08/24/2010 Late PM PDT/MST.
  • John McCain's $21 million campaign (against conservatives, Tea Party)

    08/23/2010 5:43:11 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 52 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | 2010-08-23 | Chris Cillizza
    Sen. John McCain has raised and spent better than $21 million in advance of tomorrow's primary fight against former Rep. J.D. Hayworth, a massive amount of money that has helped to ensure that the Arizona Republican will win easily. McCain's eye-popping spending -- putting aside self-funders he has spent the most money of any Senate candidate this cycle --is the most obvious evidence of the threat that the 2008 Republican presidential nominee perceived in Hayworth -- a six term Congressman who lost a re-election bid in 2006. McCain spent millions (and millions) on television ads aimed at blocking Hayworth from...
  • Hayworth: "Cynical" McCain a "Political Shape-Shifter"

    08/23/2010 5:40:22 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 30 replies
    CBS News - Political Hotsheet ^ | 2010-08-23 | Lauren Seifert
    Sen. John McCain may have a comfortable lead over J.D. Hayworth going into Tuesday's Arizona Republican Senate primary, but he didn't get there without a fight. McCain spent $21 million in an effort to bury Hayworth in the primary and shifted to the right on immigration and other issues, even shedding the "Maverick" label he once embraced. Hayworth joined CBS News' John Dickerson on "Washington Unplugged" Monday in this week's installment of "Behind the Ballot." The host brought up McCain's latest anti-Hayworth campaign ad tying the former congressman to convicted ex-lobbyist Jack Abramoff. The ad claims "Hayworth received $150,000 from...
  • Will the Real John McCain Please Stand Up?

    08/23/2010 12:24:45 PM PDT · by AuntB · 59 replies
    Mother Jones ^ | Aug.23, 2010 | Suzy Khimm
    A Senator’s journey from bipartisan maverick to right-wing ideologue—one flip-flop at a time. In theory, John McCain's right-wing madness could come to an end on Tuesday, when he is expected to prevail over former Rep. JD Hayworth in Arizona’s Senate primary. Faced with a stiff conservative challenge, McCain has spent this election cycle defying many of his long-held moderate positions. In fact, his transformation from aisle-crossing, party-bucking maverick (see this 1998 Mother Jones interview) to cookie-cutter conservative has been years in the making. During his 2008 presidential bid, he began to lurch rightward on a litany of issues in his...
  • McCain, Hayworth define (and redefine) 'amnesty' (RINO McCain speaks with a forked tongue)

    08/22/2010 9:15:19 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 15 replies
    The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Ariz. | 2010-08-23 | E.J. Montini
    Link only, per FR posting guidelines
  • McCain pays heavy price for reelection (MCNASTY ALERT)

    08/22/2010 9:56:46 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 66 replies
    Politico ^ | 2010-08-22 | David Catanese
    John McCain holds a comfortable lead in the contentious Arizona Republican Senate primary, according to the most recent public polling, making him the strong favorite against former Rep. J.D. Hayworth on Tuesday. But it’s been a costly road to a fifth term for the 2008 GOP presidential nominee, and the experience is likely to leave a lasting and unsightly stain on his legacy. It’s not just the $20 million he’s spent already this election or the scorched earth campaign that he’s run. Rather, it’s the choices he’s made and the positions he’s embraced — and what it reveals about him...
  • My chat with JD Hayworth...

    08/21/2010 4:58:02 PM PDT · by Hildy · 266 replies
    self | August 21, 2010 | Hildy
    OK, so before I get started I have to tell everyone here that JD Hayworth reads what we post here. And he REMEMBERS! LOL! I am a JD supporter, and several months ago when I met him for the first time, he told me he likes to come here to FreeRepublic and read what we have to say. I was going to have him come here, but I never followed through, which was my fault. However, I have been hard on him in recent weeks. I have to say that because Mohave County, where I live, is so conservative, conservative...
  • Could a Post-Primary McCain Support Immigration Reform? (JUAN MCCAIN ALERT)

    08/20/2010 4:44:20 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 11 replies
    The Washington Independent ^ | 2010-08-20 | Elise Foley
    Sen. John McCain was once one of the major Republican supporters of immigration reform, arguing for comprehensive legislation as recently as 2008. Faced with accusations of supporting amnesty for illegal immigrants, McCain has moved to a much tougher immigration stance during his Republican primary. But after the primary vote next Tuesday, will the old McCain come back? The winner of the GOP primary in Arizona is likely to have a straight shot to the Senate seat, NPR reported yesterday. But first McCain must beat opponent J.D. Hayworth, a former congressman who has attacked McCain for his previous support of immigration...
  • [RINO] McCain & Hayworth Battle it out Next Tuesday

    08/19/2010 7:02:23 AM PDT · by donjuanluis07 · 4 replies
    RINOList.org ^ | Aug 19, 2010 | donjuan
    In five days, Arizonan Republicans elect their candidate for the U.S. Senate, and the stakes could not be higher. McCain is the Official #1 RINO for his long and storied history of Progressive Positions and Policies. Since Sen. McCain resides at #1 on the RINO Top Ten, the staff here at RINOList.org have decided to Live Chat the election coverage the whole day on the 24th! Come to the front page on the 24th after 8 am, and click the Election HQ to get sent to the Chat Page. Join us all day as we watch eagerly for the election...
  • Arizona voters blinded by might

    08/19/2010 4:26:23 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 28 replies
    Newsmax ^ | 2010-08-19 | Jane Chastain
    Next week, Arizona voters have a chance to do something really important for the Republican Party. Eliminate a key RINO (Republican in Name Only) and clean out some deadwood in the United States Senate. John McCain has been a major stumbling block for conservatives for decades. In an interview with Glenn Beck, Rick Santorum said this about his former colleague: "On almost every major domestic policy issue that I dealt with over the last six years anyway when I was in leadership of the Senate, John McCain was not just on the other side ... (he was) condemning people who...
  • JD Hayworth will be the finest US Senator from Arizona in our era

    08/18/2010 10:53:05 AM PDT · by Qbert · 36 replies
    Tucson Citizen | 8/17/2010 | Jim Kelley
    Link only: http://tucsoncitizen.com/the-cholla-jumps/2010/08/17/jd-hayworth-will-be-the-finest-us-senator-from-arizona-in-our-era/
  • Standing at the border, Hayworth slams McCain on immigration

    08/15/2010 5:45:56 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 44 replies · 1+ views
    CNN - Political Ticker ^ | 2010-08-15 | Jeff Simon
    (CNN) - At a Tea Party rally Sunday on the U.S.-Mexico border in support of tough immigration laws, Arizona Senate candidate J.D. Hayworth slammed his opponent, Arizona Sen. John McCain, and turned McCain's words back on the veteran senator. On a ranch in Hereford, Arizona, and with the border fence visible several hundred yards behind him, Hayworth also praised Arizona's new immigration law that was signed by the state's governor, who has spent the last two days campaigning with McCain. Pulling a word from a McCain letter on immigration which first surfaced in April, Hayworth said it was time to...
  • Barbara Espinosa reports from the AZ border

    08/15/2010 11:27:15 AM PDT · by patriotgal1787 · 1 replies
    The Radio Patriot ^ | Aug. 15, 2010 | Andrea Shea King
    Barbara "Hair on Fire" Espinosa of Scottsdale, AZ is down on the border today along with some 500 other Arizona citizens, at a Tea Party rally in support of Arizona's SB 1070 Immigration Law. Barbara is on private property, just west of Naco, and described her position as about 100 feet from the border fence. She says, "Right across from the border fence where we are, the property belongs to the drug cartel and the area is used to transport drugs and humans into the United States. Senate candidate JD Hayworth is there and has been talking to the ranchers...
  • McCain tries to align Hayworth with Obama (McNasty Alert)

    08/14/2010 5:46:50 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 36 replies
    The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, Ariz. ^ | 2010-08-14 | Rhonda Bodfield
    In a rapid turnaround trying to capitalize on a J.D Hayworth comment at a tea party rally earlier this week, U.S. Sen. John McCain released a new web video drumming Hayworth for reportedly preferring President Obama to the Republican incumbent senator. The video begins with a picture of President Obama and lists a litany of criticisms, from the 9.5 percent unemployment rate, to the $13 trillion national debt and the lawsuit against Arizona’s immigration law. The text interrupts with, “but J.D. says he’d rather have Barack Obama as president.”
  • In fight for re-election, John McCain takes on harder conservative persona

    08/13/2010 2:56:26 PM PDT · by devane617 · 45 replies
    TampaBay.com ^ | 08/13/2010 | Alex Leary
    GREEN VALLEY, Ariz. — Times are strange for a recovering maverick. "You've been the first one who's run across the aisle," a woman seated in front of Sen. John McCain said accusingly. "Do you have a question?" he snapped. "Do you have a question, really?" "How can we believe you now if in the past you were so different?" The question could have come from any of the 150 people who filled a rec center in this retirement community 30 minutes south of Tucson. Even among loyalists, it looms. Who is the real John McCain? The 2008 Republican presidential nominee...
  • Glenn Beck Explains Why He Doesn't Focus on Culture War Issues

    08/13/2010 10:55:44 AM PDT · by Ol' Sparky · 173 replies
    Fox News ^ | 8/1/2010 | O'Reilly Factor
    O'REILLY: Why don't you do the culture warrior stuff? BECK: Because honestly, right now, I mean, the one part of culture that I am doing a lot of is faith. But general faith. We have got to get back to our churches, our synagogues, our mosques, whatever it is, as long as it's not telling to you blow things up. Get back to God and get back to the Founding Fathers. O'REILLY:. But let's take the gay marriage deal. You know, big ruling in California. You really didn't cover that much, right? O'REILLY: Why? BECK: Because honestly, I think we...
  • Tea Party rally set for Sunday along border with Mexico

    08/13/2010 5:15:53 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 13 replies
    The Herald, Sierra Vista, Ariz. ^ | 2010-08-13 | Bill Hess
    SIERRA VISTA — A Border Tea Party Rally will be held close to the fence separating the U.S. from Mexico. The Sunday event on private property will be from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with a stage 60 feet from the border. A number of speakers will talk about border security, including Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, whose roundups of illegal immigrants have angered civil rights groups. Also scheduled to speak is Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever and Arizona State Sen. Russell Pearce, one of the architects of Senate Bill 1070 calling for Arizona law enforcement agencies to question individuals...
  • RALLY AT THE BORDER: Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Dever, Pearce & More (Sun. 08/15 0900-1430 Cochise Co. AZ)

    Time: August 15 · 9:00am - 2:30pmLocation: Cochise County, AZ Ranch, 1720 S Border Monument Rd., Hereford, AZ Sponsor: Stand With Arizona (and Against Illegal Immigration) United We Stand For Americans, The Patriot Caucus, and the American Border Patrol will be hosting the first Arizona Border Tea Party Rally known as the “United Border Coalition." The Rally’s purpose is to show support for Arizona and its rights to enforce the ‘Immigration Laws’ that the Federal Government won’t. SB1070 is a common sense law that enables Arizona to enforce federal law on illegal immigration. The United Border Coalition Tea Party will...
  • 'Tea party' groups plan Arizona rally against illegal immigration (Sharron Angle to rally for J.D.)

    08/10/2010 7:31:17 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 53 replies · 3+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 2010-08-11 | Sandhya Somashekhar
    "Tea party" groups are planning a large rally on Sunday in Arizona, near the Mexican border, to support both the state's hard-line stance on illegal immigration and the political campaign of the local talk show host who is challenging Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). Candidate J.D. Hayworth, a former congressman turned conservative radio commentator, is one of dozens of scheduled speakers for the morning rally on a remote ranch about 100 miles south of Tucson. Others include Sharron Angle, the Republican challenging Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.), and Sue Krentz, the wife of a rancher killed near the rally...
  • Hayworth suggests McCain would be worse than Obama

    08/10/2010 7:24:42 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 125 replies · 2+ views
    AP ^ | 2010-08-10
    PHOENIX (AP) - John McCain's Republican primary challenger suggests the country would be worse off had McCain won the 2008 presidential election. (snip) Responding to a question from the audience at a Phoenix tea party meeting Monday, Hayworth says he doesn't like President Barack Obama, but a moderate Republican would be even worse than the Democrat. Speaking of the Arizona senator, Hayworth says: "I think the last thing we needed was a progressive trying to wear a Republican cloth coat as president of the United States."
  • McCain hammers on Abramoff

    08/09/2010 3:46:44 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 24 replies
    Video at link.
  • Hayworth says path to GOP nomination remains open (J.D. says "I will say no to amnesty")

    08/07/2010 5:20:57 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 60 replies · 1+ views
    Timely use of campaign funds to buy advertising could be the key to overcoming incumbent John McCain's 20-point lead in the race for the Republican nomination, rival Senate candidate J.D. Hayworth said Tuesday in Ahwatukee Foothills. "Our ads are going up as his are coming down," Hayworth said following an appearance at an Ahwatukee Republican Women's club meeting at the Grace Inn, just south of Elliot Road on 51st Street. A Rasmussen Reports poll released Monday indicated McCain was leading Hayworth by a margin of 54-34. Hayworth attracted a crowd of about 80 people to the Tuesday evening event. Hayworth...
  • AZ-Sen. 2010: Watch J.D.’s Game Changing New Ad (Juan McCain: "I chose lying")

    08/06/2010 10:26:38 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 73 replies · 1+ views
    Video at YouTube link.
  • New ad quotes McCain admitting to lying in past

    08/05/2010 8:11:28 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 62 replies · 1+ views
    AP ^ | 2010-08-05
    PHOENIX (AP) — Sen. John McCain's Republican primary challenger has released a new ad using McCain's own voice admitting to lying in the past. Former congressman J.D. Hayworth's campaign released the commercial Thursday. It uses McCain's voice from the recording of his 2002 book, in which McCain recalls publicly supporting South Carolina's right to fly the Confederate flag, even though he personally opposed it. McCain says on the recording: " ... it could come down to lying or losing. I chose lying." The ad suggests McCain is again lying about his record on illegal immigration.
  • Arizona Tea Party Groups Stand Together to Endorse JD Hayworth

    08/02/2010 5:15:07 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 94 replies · 123+ views
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Pam Stevenson, Arizona State Tea Party Coordinator teatime@luckymail.com Arizona Tea Party Groups Stand Together to Endorse JD Hayworth Phoenix, AZ (AUGUST 2) - A coalition of Arizona state-wide, Tea Party and like-minded Conservative groups came together today, to announce they are all endorsing JD Hayworth to be the next United States Senator from Arizona. Lee Earle, member of the conservative, AZ2010 Project group stated, "J.D. has listened to more Arizona citizens than any other candidate." Arizona's state Tea Party Patriots coordinator, Pam Stevenson stated, "There is no question of J.D.'s conservative values. The American Conservative Union...
  • (Vanity) We've only got 3 weeks to retire McCain!

    08/02/2010 2:13:39 PM PDT · by Falcon28 · 20 replies · 4+ views
    My Brain | Aug 2 2010 | Me
    Sorry for the vanity - but I despise McCain and I want him gone forever! The AZ primary is in only 3 weeks - Aug 24. That's right, we've only got three weeks to retire this Amnesty-pushin, media-whoring, conservative-hating RINO. JD Hayworth needs to put some ads on TV in the next three weeks reminding AZ voters of McCain's history (should they even need reminding?) Do we really want 6 more years of McCain? If you haven't already, head on over to Hayworth's site and drop a donation. Bye McCain.
  • 16 Tea Parties Endorse JD Hayworth Over John McCain for U.S. Senate

    08/02/2010 1:37:56 PM PDT · by az4vlad · 27 replies · 6+ views
    Intellectual Conservative ^ | August 2, 2010 | JD Hayworth
    A coalition of Arizona state-wide, Tea Party and like-minded Conservative groups came together  today, to announce they are all endorsing JD Hayworth to be the next United States Senator from Arizona.    Lee Earle, member of the conservative, AZ2010 Project group stated, "J.D. has listened to more Arizona citizen's than any other candidate." Arizona's state Tea Party Patriots coordinator, Pam Stevenson stated, "There is no question of J.D.'s conservative values. The American Conservative Union gave him a life-time rating of 97.6%." In part, the Groups' joint endorsement reads: There is only one U.S. Senate candidate in Arizona who has put his promises in writing,...
  • Sheriff Joe Arpaio explains why he is endorsing JD Hayworth over John McCain

    07/30/2010 4:56:51 PM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 36 replies · 9+ views
    The Intellectual Conservative ^ | July 30, 2010 | Rachel Alexander
    Sheriff Joe Arpaio makes a guest appearance on Roundtable Politics to explain why he believes that JD Hayworth is a better candidate for U.S. Senate than John McCain. Some of the reasons include JD's 98% 12-year lifetime rating from the American Conservative Union, and McCain's low 81% lifetime rating and history of flip-flopping, especially on illegal immigration.
  • (AZ) U.S. Senate candidate Deakin facing foreclosure

    07/31/2010 6:57:50 PM PDT · by Bizhvywt · 9 replies · 2+ views
    Seeing Red AZ ^ | 7/31/2010 | Seeing Red AZ
    U.S. Senate candidate Jimmie Lee Deakin, Jr. has more to worry about than siphoning enough votes from conservative U.S. Senate candidate J. D. Hayworth to return John McCain to the halls of power he so covets. It seems Jimmie Lee is facing foreclosure, with his home just noticed – July 29 — for a trustee sale.* During the debates, Deakin made much of the issue of congressional overspending. But how does he intend to effectively rein in government spending when he’s unable to control his own? This news puts a definite damper on Deakin’s credibility. Deakin claims he is a...
  • Why this Vietnam POW is Endorsing JD Hayworth Over John McCain

    07/29/2010 10:03:10 AM PDT · by pissant · 7 replies · 1+ views
    Intelectual Conservative ^ | 7/27/10 | Larry Chesley
    Hi, I am Larry Chesley but friends call me "Lucky." I was a Prisoner of War in Vietnam for 2,494 days, not quite 7 years. John McCain was a Prisoner of War for 1,966 days. We both served honorably as prisoners. That is where any similarity between John and I ends. Our politics could not be further apart. At the Mesa Town Hall last night, I asked the audience three questions. I ask the people of Arizona those three questions today. No. 1: When McCain loses this election, do you think he will stay in Arizona? And they said no....
  • Why this Vietnam POW is Endorsing JD Hayworth Over John McCain

    07/28/2010 1:38:22 PM PDT · by az4vlad · 17 replies
    Intellectual Conservative ^ | July 27, 2010 | Larry "Lucky" Chesley
    Hi, I am Larry Chesley but friends call me "Lucky." I was a Prisoner of War in Vietnam for 2,494 days, not quite 7 years. John McCain was a Prisoner of War for 1,966 days. We both served honorably as prisoners. That is where any similarity between John and I ends. Our politics could not be further apart.At the Mesa Town Hall last night, I asked the audience three questions. I ask the people of Arizona those three questions today. No. 1: When McCain loses this election, do you think he will stay in Arizona? And they said no. No....
  • Judge Blocks Parts Of Arizona Immigration Law

    07/28/2010 10:29:45 AM PDT · by edpc · 478 replies · 16+ views
    AP via Yahoo News ^ | 28 July 2010 | JACQUES BILLEAUD and AMANDA MYERS
    PHOENIX – A judge has blocked the most controversial sections of Arizona's new immigration law from taking effect Thursday, handing a major legal victory to opponents of the crackdown. The law will still take effect Thursday, but without many of the provisions that angered opponents — including sections that required officers to check a person's immigration status while enforcing other laws.
  • McCain spending tops $16 million for primary race

    07/26/2010 10:44:00 AM PDT · by pissant · 22 replies · 2+ views
    Wash Post ^ | 7/26/10 | Chris Cilliza
    Arizona Sen. John McCain has spent more than $16 million -- including $10 million in the last three months alone -- on his primary challenge from former Rep. J.D Hayworth, a massive sum indicative of the seriousness with which the 2008 presidential nominee is taking the race. From April 1 to June 30 McCain not only spent $10.1 million but raised $7.4 million, bringing his totals for the race to almost $18 million raised -- half of which came in the form of transfers from other committees affiliated with the Arizona Senator -- and $16 million spent. Hayworth, by contrast,...