Angry Citizen at McCain Town Hall

This gentleman is obviously angry and on a crusade to expose John McCain and Bob Barrett over some sort of coverup.

Some great shots of the McCain staffers at work.

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McCain “Transitioning” staff

This appeared on Dan Nowicki’s blog yesterday.

McCain shakes up staff in re-election battle
Sen. John McCain is shuffling his campaign staff as the Arizona Republican’s re-election team readies for an all-out ground fight in his bid for a fifth term. McCain is in a closely watched GOP primary race against former Arizona Congressman J.D. Hayworth.
Campaign manager Shiree Verdone is moving to a 2010 “Republican Victory” operation. Mike Hellon, a former Arizona Republican Party chairman who had a part-time role with the McCain campaign, will join her there.
Brian Rogers, McCain’s campaign spokesman, confirmed the staff changes in a statement to The Arizona Republic:
“As part of the campaign’s plan for this election year, Shiree and Mike are transitioning over to work with party committees to create a ticket-wide Republican Victory operation. At Victory, they’ll work to raise money and organize for the statewide general election, which is vitally important to help Republican candidates win up and down the ballot all across Arizona. Sen. McCain is very grateful for all that Shiree and Mike have done to launch the re-election campaign and establish it on a firm footing, and looks forward to working closely with them for Victory in November.”
Neither Verdone nor Hellon were fired, Rogers said.
More staff announcements are expected next week. The latest developments come as McCain opens his Tucson office Friday and is poised to open other full-time offices in Prescott, Lake Havasu City and Yuma.
McCain’s strategy and decision-making brain trust of longtime advisers Rick Davis, Charlie Black, Mark Salter, Carla Eudy and Mark Buse will remain intact.
Question: Does Randy Pullen and the State Party know that Shiree Verdone and Mike Hellon are coming to work for them as part of the “2010 Republican Victory” operation?


Another Danged Parody

And they keep rolling out!

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Arizona Elected Leaders Could Take A Lesson from New Jersey

If only Governor Jan Brewer could take the same approach to cutting spending, cutting taxes and reducing the size of government.

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McCain feeling pressure from the social justice faith community

On May 14, 2010, an emergency delegation of Bishops and prominent religious leaders from Arizona met with Senator John McCain and White House officials to ask for immediate action on comprehensive immigration reform.

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A Danged Hero Lies In You

This will make you all weepy

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