Maricopa GOP Chair Rallies LD Censures

To all Arizona County and LD Republican Committee Chairmen -
Below is the front page article of the July 15 Arizona Capitol Times. I want to express my appreciation to those courageous and principled County and LD Republican Committees who have already conducted votes of “censure” and/or “no confidence.”
Jan Brewer, the legislators and their crony capitalist friends that support ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion have betrayed Americans, Arizona Republicans and the Republican Party Platform.  Their lack of ethics, integrity and egregious acts are motivated by only two things – greed and the lust for power – at the expense of hard working tax paying Americans.
The law was expected to cost $898 billion over the first decade when the bill was first passed, but this year the Congressional Budget Office revised that estimate to $1.85 trillion.  Money that will have to be borrowed from the Chinese or printed in the backroom of the Federal Reserve.  Latest polls indicate a majority of Americans are opposed to ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion with an overwhelming majority of Republicans in opposition.
During the past six months, we did everything we could to make a solid argument against ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion, we tried to reason with these people and even tried to make them see the light.  Unfortunately, our lobbying efforts fell on deaf ears and without success.
During one of Ronald Reagan’s difficult political battles he said,
               “When you can’t make them see the light, make them feel the heat.”
I’m asking all the County and LD Republican Committees to make these people feel the heat by passing public censures for their actions.  They are elitists who think what they have done should be forgiven. They are mistaken.  We are not going to be able to defeat all of them, but we can defeat a majority of them in the 2014 Primary Election.
You can go to “MCRC Briefs” and get examples of public censures that have already been passed.  http://briefs.maricopagop.org/  Just type “censure” in the search field on the left.
Warmest regards,
 A. J. LaFaro
Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Committee
P.S.  Please encourage all of your PCs to keep up their daily efforts in getting petition signatures for www.urapc.org  Getting ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion on the November 2014 ballot will be historic for Arizona’s grassroots conservatives.

Pol-Parazzi: Recently Seen Around Town and Beyond

We haven’t posted photos of Arizona politicians in action for some time and with the Phoenix City Council race in full swing, maybe it’s time to see whose out and about around town (and beyond.)

If you’d like to share your photos of Arizona politicians on the move, please send them to sonoranalliance@gmail.com.

 

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu is surrounded by supporters at a golf tournament for the sheriff.

GOP activist Kellie Greene poses with Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu at a special appreciate luncheon to Babeu in Arizona City / Eloy. The luncheon was organized by Janet Lopas and JoAnne Waszak of Pinal County Sheriff's COPS (Citizens on Patrol).

Sheriff Paul Babeu

Sheriff Paul Babeu also spoke to the Thunder Mountain Republican Women.

Phoenix mayoral candidate, Jennifer Wright meeting with voters in northwest Phoenix.

Phoenix District One Council candidates and mayoral candidate, Jennifer Wright pose for a group shot at a gathering in northwest Phoenix.

Phoenix City Councilwoman Thelda Williams and council candidate challenger Gary Whalen listen to another candidate speak at a northwest Phoenix gathering.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio ventured to Humble, Texas to endorse Harris County Sheriff candidate Carl Pittman in a special event called a "Gathering of Patriots." For more about Carl Pittman, please go to CarlforSheriff.com.

Ben Quayle roasts fellow politicians

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Congressman Ben Quayle recently spoke to the Washington establishment roasting virtually any fellow politician in his path.

He had a few choice lines which stung his colleagues but he also paid tribute and honored the late David Broder.

 

Politics On The Rocks Event This Thursday Night!

Politics on the Rocks is excited to announce our next Happy Hour Networking Event featuring Sheriff Paul Babeu, Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, and CD7 Candidate Gabby Mercer on Thursday, March 24th 6:00 PM at Revolver Lounge in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Sheriff Paul Babeu will be presented with the annual Politics on the Rocks Ronald Reagan Leadership Award at the event for his service and dedication to Arizona. We would like to thank our marketing partner Gem Ray and Scottsdale Nights.

The National Sheriffs’ Association recently named Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu as recipient of the 2011 Ferris E. Lucas Award for Sheriff of the Year. An NSA statement described Babeu as “one of the most progressive sheriffs in the country” and cited his strong stand against illegal immigration and Mexican cartels as having garnered statewide and national attention. Babeu graduated from the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy number one in his class. His civilian education includes an Associate’s Degree in Law Enforcement, Bachelor’s Degree in History/Political Science and a Master of Public Administration, Summa Cum Laude.

Mayor W. J. “Jim” Lane served for four years on the Scottsdale City Council beginning in June 2004, and began his first term as Mayor in January 2009. Mayor Lane served on the 2002 Scottsdale Fire & EMS Advisory Committee, which was convened to evaluate and make recommendations to the city regarding the desired level of fire and emergency medical services relative to cost. His community service also includes six years on the Scottsdale Paradise Valley YMCA Board of Management. He chaired the 1999 Kids Campaign annual fund raising effort. Mayor Lane holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.

Gabriela Saucedo Mercer lives on Tucson’s west side with her husband of 24 years, Ted Mercer. Gabriela, “Gabby” for short, set aside her work career with a defense electronics firm in order to raise her 3 children and continue her education. As the kids were growing up Gabriela became more and more concerned about the direction that her adopted country had taken in recent years. She legally emigrated to the U.S. from Mexico in 1986 in order to live in a nation full of opportunity and Constitutional protections of individual liberties. She became a proud U.S. citizen in 1991.

We look forward to seeing everyone at our Happy Hour Networking event on Thursday, March 24th at 6:00 PM at Revolver Lounge in Scottsdale.

 

 

 

Regards,
Charles A. Jensen

Date: Thursday, March 24th
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Revolver Lounge
7316 East Stetson Drive, Scottsdale, AZ

 

 

The “Cat” in the Hat

Found this interesting photo online. Anyone want to take a guess who this cat-in-the-hat-Uncle-Sam-wannabe is?

Cat in the Hat

Slideshow from Politics on the Rocks with Grover Norquist

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Intellectual Conservative Arizona has excerpts from Norquist’s speech here. “Republicans who vote for tax increases are akin to finding a rat in your coke bottle.”

Politics on the Rocks slideshow from Governor Brewer event

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Mayor Phil Gordon dubbed by Walrus Guys as “most famous Walrus in Arizona”

Click image to enlarge. From the top of the Walrus Guys website.
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Click here to go to the Walrus Guys website

Slideshow from Politics on the Rocks Christmas Party at the Montelucia

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Photos from

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