Rubber Stamp Rich Debuts! – Get the facts on Richard Carmona!

Rubber Stamp Rich

Meet Richard “Rubberstamp” Carmona

The general election for United States Senate in Arizona begins today and the choice couldn’t be more clear. Jeff Flake is a principled leader who has fought both political parties in order to reform Washington. Flake will be a Senator who will provide a check and balance on President Obama and congressional Democrats, and fight to put America’s economy and job market back on track.

And then there’s Democrat Richard Carmona. Personally handpicked and recruited by President Barack Obama to run for the Senate in Arizona, Carmona has spent much of his campaign trying to hide the fact that he’ll be a rubber stamp for the Democrats’ liberal agenda in Washington.

In a new web video by the Flake campaign, we see why Richard Carmona is wrong for Arizona.

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  1. Conservative American says:

    “Jeff Flake is a principled leader who has fought both political parties in order to reform Washington.”

    Give me a break!

    It’s fine to attack Carmona but DO NOT try to pass off Flake as someone who has fought Democrats and who is going to “reform” Washington. That’s a bunch of garbage!

    Jeff Flake co-authored, along with the infamous Congressman Luis Gutierrez of Chicago, the STRIVE Amnesty Act. That legislation failed to pass. Why? It failed to pass because REPUBLICANS killed it! Is that what they mean when they say “…has fought BOTH political parties…”?

    And who co-sponsored Flake’s STRIVE Act? Why none other than then U. S. Congressman Rahm Emanuel. You know, the guy who was Obama’s Chief of Staff and who is now Mayor of that bastion of Americana, the City of Chicago!

  2. Conservative American says:

    The “author” of this article is “Press Release”. Press release by whom? There is no attribution. Who wrote this and released it?

  3. LOL…when I saw “Rubber Stamp Rich” my thoughts immediately went to Rich Crandall. He’s a pretty reliable liberal rubber stamp, too!

  4. Carmona long and listen to
    The big good-bye to Fla-key
    The hip hooray and bally hoo
    The big good-bye to Fla-key
    The rumble of the smuggler van
    The rattle of the drop house
    The coy-otes who entertain
    As Flakey fights the de-louse

    When Luis baby says “Good night,”
    It’s early in the morning
    Flakey’s partner won’t sleep tight
    Until the dawn
    G-o-o-o-o-d n-i-i-i-i-ght, Louuu – ie
    G-o-o-o-o-d n-i-i-i-i-ght, the Strive Act’s on its way
    Sl-e-e-e-e-p t-i-i-i-i-ght, Louuu – ie
    Sl-e-e-e-e-p t-i-i-i-i-ght, let’s – go – am – nes – ty!
    Listen to the big good-bye to
    Ol’ – Flaaaaaaa – keeeeeeey!

    Shoot-to-kill the amnesty whore John McCain’s 30-year death grip on Arizona!
    Vote for Richard Carmona November 6th.

  5. Wow do liberals have too much free time on their hands. Zoo, seriously, find a hobby. Or a job.

    • Conservative American says:

      Have anything to offer other than a comment about another poster? Have any enlightening facts about Carmona or Flake to offer us?

  6. Patiopattie says:

    Flake is a career politician with some unsavory background. I ‘d take Dr. Carmona any day. He’s a bona fide hero. I would trust him to know what is needed to fix healthcare, immigration and education
    Because he’s lived it!

  7. Michael Bailey says:

    I am not recommending Carmona. However, I do know that this is a guy that served in the Special Forces during the Vietnam War. As an Army combat veteran, I would like more information on Jeff Flake’s record of military service.

    • Conservative American says:

      Sorry, Michael. There is no information available about Jeff Flake’s record of military service. He never served in the military.

  8. Conservative American says:

    Is Jeff Flake a man who can be trusted? Is he a man who keeps his word?

    “Term-limit pledges get left behind”

    “Updated 4/12/2006 11:57 PM ET”

    “By Andrea Stone, USA TODAY”

    “WASHINGTON — Jeff Flake pledged during his first campaign for Congress in 2000 that if elected, he would serve three two-year terms. But the Arizona Republican is running again to keep his seat in the House of Representatives.”

    What promises are you going to make to us now, Congressman Flake, that you aren’t going to keep? If you are “a principled leader”, as the above propaganda states, the “principle” seems to be lying to your constituents. Is that how you are going to “lead”? Sorry, but I see no difference between that and Obama’s lies! Maybe you should have sought the Democratic nomination instead!

  9. Conservative American says:

    Here is video of Jeff Flake admitting that he lied when he pledged to voters that he would serve only three terms in the U. S. House of Representatives. As you can see, he seems to think that lying to voters is funny!

    I’m not amused, Congressman Flake!

  10. LEO IN TSN says:

    Interesting that McFlake has conceded the election to Barak Hussein Obama.

    Isn’t this bleached-blonde beach fella the same McFlake who sat quietly, holding hands with his other fella Luis, and gave us the Super Committee, automatic hikes in the debt ceiling, automatic decimation of the military & DOD budgets, homosexualization of the military for his other fellas, while he refused to defund obamaocare in all of the Continuing (Spending) Resolutions that have kept obamao afloat? Isn’t this the same McFlake who sits silently at his McDaddy’s knee while McDaddy attacks conservative patriots who question the infiltration of the obamao government by musliim terrorists?

    AZ, we’ve been had again by the big $$ Boys, working with La Raza and the LDS’ers. Now it’s really going to hurt.

    God bless America, in spite of AZ.

  11. Doug Allen says:

    I can believe how many of you so called conservatives would rather have Obamacare and higher taxes. That is exactly what you are saying when you say vote Carmona.

    You are not conservatives, you are just children who want to take your ball and go home because 75% of Arizona doesnt agree with you

    • “…75% of Arizona…”

      Just how did you calculate that one? Are you refering to the primary, Republican voters, and a turn-out of less than 30%? Yes, the McCain – Kyl pimps, strumpets, and Albino knobbers were out in full force along with amnesty-sucking Mormons. That hardly adds up to 75% of Arizona. McBastard might have been able to racketeer the primary, but now were talking the general election. So if you want to perpetuate the Albino Party, that is your right. Us “children” won’t.

    • Conservative American says:

      Hi, Doug! :-)

      I think that there are a few things that you are forgetting, Doug.

      First of all, Obamacare and higher taxes are not going to hinge on whether or not Jeff Flake becomes U. S. Senator from Arizona. The presidency and the total make up of the new Congress will decide that.

      Secondly, there are a lot of very specific facts in this thread, above your post, which demonstrate that Jeff Flake is not only NOT conservative but that he is more often than not aligned with “progressive” Democrats on issues of importance to conservatives.

      Lastly, it remains to be seen if 75% of Arizona doesn’t agree with us. This race is not in a Mormon dominated district. This is a statewide race. Different ball game!

      It is no secret that there is and has been a major battle going on within the Republican party. On the one hand we have the “moderate”, “establshment” RINOs. On the other hand we have conservatives.

      The “establshment” Republicans are trying to see to it that their kind gets elected and that conservatives are closed out. One of their tactics is to offer up an “establishment” Republican candidate to run against a Democrat. They are hoping to garner the votes of people like you who want to be loyal to the Republican party. The problem is that “establishment” Republicans have redefined what “Republican” means, just as homosexual activists are seeking to redefine marriage. They have even attempted to redefine what “conservative” means!

      So the issue isn’t that conservatives have abandoned the Republican party. The issue is that RINOs in the Republican party have turned against conservatives.

      As regards Mr. Flake, in particular, look at his performance in office. Look at his track record. Look at legislation he has proposed, legislation he has sponsored and how he has voted on various pieces of legislation. From my perspective, that is not only NOT a conservative record, it is one which has sought to promote much of what “progressive” Democrats want to implement.

      I will not be “forced” to vote for a RINO. My loyalty is not to the Republican party but rather to conservative principles. If the Republican party in Arizona does not want to offer up a conservative candidate then, at minimum, I will withhold my vote until there is a conservative candidate on the ballot.

  12. Flake on the issues:
    Immigration… FLIP FLOP
    Term Limits…FLIP FLOP
    Military Record…whoops none to FLIP FLOP,

  13. Conservative American says:

    Let’s have a look at the election strategy of “establishment” Republicans. First, let’s look at the presidency.

    In 2008, etablishment Republicans ran John McCain, a non-conservative. He got his clock cleaned by liberal, progressive Democrat B. Hussein Obama. Now let’s look at the other end of the political sprectrum; a local election.

    Establishment Republicans backed a non-conservative candidate for mayor of Phoenix. He got his clock cleaned by his liberal opponent. Now, let’s look at the middle of the political spectrum; House and Senate seats.

    Establishment Republicans selected Dede Scozzafava as the Republican candidate for the U. S. House seat in NY 23. Conservatives objected as Scozzafava supported abortion and same sex marriage. Their objections fell on deaf ears so the Conservative Party of New York fielded their own candidate.What happened in this three way race? Scozzafava dropped out, throwing her support to the Democrat, who won the election.

    Mitch McConnell, the “establishment” minority leader in the U. S. Senate, backed Trey Grayson in the Kentucky Republican senatorial primary. McConnell stated that Grayson’s more conservative primary opponent, Rand Paul, couldn’t win the general election. Today Rand Paul is a U. S. Senator from Kentucky. What happened to Trey Grayson?

    “Gabrielle Giffords PAC Has Support of Mitch McConnell Ally Trey Grayson”

    “By Niels Lesniewski”

    “Updated 6:43 p.m. | Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) formally launched a new political action committee Tuesday, with one of the co-chairmen likely to raise the ire of Republicans.”

    “Former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson (R) will co-lead the PAC with Robert Reich, the Democrat who served as Labor secretary under President Bill Clinton.”

    So now McConnell’s boy, Trey Grayson, is meddling in Arizona, co-leading Gabrielle Gifford’s poltical action committee along with Democrat Robert Reich. What is the stated purpose of “Gabby PAC”?

    “Giffords starts Gabby PAC to help Democrats”

    “Sep 04, 2012″

    “Former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is keeping her hand in politics, launching a new political action committee that will help elect Democrats.”

    Let’s recap.

    Establisment Republicans, who are backing Jeff Flake for U. S. Senator from Arizona, ran non-conservative John McCain as their presidential candidate in 2008, thus putting B. Hussein Obama in the White House.

    They ran a non-conservatie for mayor of Phoenix and gave that office to a liberal.

    They ran Dede Scozzafava in NY 23, handing that U. S. House seat to the Democrats.

    They tried to knock Rand Paul out of the box, saying that he couldn’t win the general election as he was too conservative, and Rand Paul is now a sitting U. S. Senator.

    They backed Trey Grayson, who is now co-leading an Arizona based political action committee whose stated purpose is to elect Democrats.

    Smell something bad?

    Should Arizona Republicans perpetuate this “Benedict Arnold” syndrome being perpetrated by “establishment” Republicans by voting for their boy, Jeff Flake?

    You decide!

  14. “My loyalty is not to the Republican party but rather to conservative principles.”

    Ah, loyalty. A peculiar trait for an intellectual.

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