No Respect for Simcox – Goldwater continues to implode

I just lost a lot of respect for Chris Simcox after he injected himself in the governor’s race and specifically stated that he would prefer Janet Napolitano over Len Munsil if Goldwater loses in the Tuesday Primary. This is being reported on Len Munsil’s website:

Don Goldwater’s campaign manager has admitted they are behind an illegal call today from Minuteman founder Chris Simcox.

The call is illegal because it does not identify in any way who is paying for it. The Goldwater campaign knows the calls are illegal, but apparently does not care.

Moreover, Chris Simcox makes this statement at the end of the call – after attacking me personally, and falsely saying I support amnesty, he says the state would be better off with Janet Napolitano!

That’s right – Don Goldwater’s campaign is now making the claim, in direct violation of Don’s promises to me and to the Republican Party – that they would rather have four more years of Janet Napolitano than elect one of his primary opponents!

I met with Simcox earlier this year, even though he had already committed to Goldwater. He said he appreciated my tough stance on the border, and although he would help Don he would not attack me in any way. He also said the main goal was to defeat Janet Napolitano.

The fact that Don Goldwater is willing to authorize illegal and false attacks late in a political campaign is simply more evidence that he should not be the nominee of the Republican Party.

Over the last two weeks, it has been amazing to watch the Goldwater campaign disintigrate and deteriorate. This is another indicator that Goldwater is in serious trouble and losing ground fast.

Anti-Marriage Supporters

While were in the neigborhood of endorsements, I thought you might want to see who is opposing Proposition 107 the initiative that will amend the Arizona Constitution to protect the definition of marriage as that between one man and one woman. This will ensure that some renegade judge will not be able to define marriage between a man and another man or a woman and another woman or a man and 5 women or a man and a dog or a man and a 15-year-old girl or a harem of girls, etc. Believe me, this is a slippery slope and even the dissenting justices on the Supreme Court in the Texas Sodomy case, Lawrence v. Texas, were right on when they said the other judges opened the door to whatever they want marriage to be.

Nevermind my poetic ramblings. Here is the list of supporters:

Of no surprise, you will find the usual suspects: Congressman Jim Kolbe, Grant Woods, Steve May, John Greene, etc.

But did you also see the house candidate in legislative district 11, Devin Slayton? This is the young man running for office in that district who has been the official candidate for the homosexuality community. In actuality, he has been featured in many publications within the homosexual community including the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund (link to Devin Slayton); PlanetOut; and The Advocate.

This should be no surprise as Mr. Slayton has made no excuses why he is running and carrying the banner against traditional family values. If you plan on voting for the gay agenda, than Slayton is your guy.