Say it ain’t so

     The East Valley Tribune has a good article covering the Allen/Rosati race for State Senate in District 8 (Scottsdale, Fountain Hills area.)

     The story contains few surprises except at the end.  Is it actually true that a high up in the Munsil campaign is supporting Allen?  News flash to Munsil – you have competition in the primary and someone from your campaign supporting the enthusiastically pro-abortion Allen will not keep the pro-life base solidly in your camp.  Len should clear this up pronto.

     Allen can question Rosati’s intellectual capacity all she wants.  At least Colette is smart enough to recognize human life when she sees it growing in the womb.


Comments

  1. Conservative Dad says

    Nathan Sproul is the operative mentioned in this Tribune article. Sproul is a consultant for the Munsil campaign but not the manager. Some will recall that Nathan Sproul once headed up the Christian Coalition in the mid-90’s prior to becoming the Executive Director for the Arizona Republican party. The greatest concern is that Sproul’s public comments may cause confusion and mistrust among the value voters toward the Munsil campaign sending them to the Goldwater campaign. Of course, Allen walks away from this article the winner having managed to gain publicity, caused mistrust and division among value voters of the Munsil campaign and taking a swipe at the Rosati campaign. To fix this, both Munsil and Rosati should endorse each other and demonstrate unity among the grassroots. We must not allow Carolyn Allen to hurt two conservative campaigns and set her ally, Janet Napolitano up for a win in November.

  2. The allegations that Republican gubernatorial candidate, Len Munsil, is supportive of abortion would be laughable if not occurring in the midst of a contested primary election cycle.

    While it is true that someone with involvement in his campaign has endorsed a pro-choice candidate over a reliable pro-life candidate, that in no way reflects Len Munsil’s long-held position regarding the sanctity of life.

    Len Munsil’s record speaks for itself. As a keynote speaker at events which have raised substantial funds for the pro-life community over the years, he has gained national prominence. An author of countless articles on the issue, Munsil has been a reliable voice, lobbying on behalf of pro-life bills in the Arizona legislature.

    At the many events Munsil promoted and organized, featuring nationally recognized speakers. Don Goldwater was never an attendee. In fact, Goldwater previously ran, and lost his bid for elective office with the support of Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion groups. His aunt, Peggy Goldwater, a friend of Margaret Sanger, was a founder of Planned Parenthood of Phoenix. Don Goldwater is a recent election year convert to the pro-life position–although his newly held beliefs are rife with exceptions.

    Len Munsil’s strong commitment to life is unquestionable.

    Attempts to marginalize the one Republican candidate in Arizona’s governor’s race who has a real opportunity to regain the state’s top office plays into the hands of the Democrat opposition.

    It is essential we remain committed to ending Napolitano’s quest to retain the governor’s office. Engaging in allegations that will hinder the only candidate who qualified early with donations and signatures, harms Republicans.

    Incidentally, although Goldwater, who has been in the race for a substantial period, submitted his petition signatures by the filing deadline, he still has not qualified for public funding. Len Munsil qualified in all areas in record time and has the endorsement of the majority of our congressional delegation and a large number of state legislators. Munsil is the candidate whose credentials are impeccable. He is running on his own record, not that of a famous relative.

  3. The allegations that Republican gubernatorial candidate, Len Munsil, is supportive of abortion would be laughable if not occurring in the midst of a contested primary election cycle.

    While it is true that someone with involvement in his campaign has endorsed a pro-choice candidate over a reliable pro-life candidate, that in no way reflects Len Munsil’s long-held position regarding the sanctity of life.

    Len Munsil’s record speaks for itself. As a keynote speaker at events which have raised substantial funds for the pro-life community over the years, he has gained national prominence. An author of countless articles on the issue, Munsil has been a reliable voice, lobbying on behalf of pro-life bills in the Arizona legislature.

    At the many events Munsil promoted and organized, featuring nationally recognized speakers. Don Goldwater was never an attendee. In fact, Goldwater previously ran, and lost his bid for elective office with the support of Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion groups. His aunt, Peggy Goldwater, a friend of Margaret Sanger, was a founder of Planned Parenthood of Phoenix. Don Goldwater is a recent election year convert to the pro-life position–although his newly held beliefs are rife with exceptions.

    Len Munsil’s strong commitment to life is unquestionable.
    Attempts to marginalize the one Republican candidate in Arizona’s governor’s race who has a real opportunity to regain the state’s top office plays into the hands of the Democrat opposition.

    It is essential we remain committed to ending Napolitano’s quest to retain the governor’s office. Engaging in allegations that will hinder the only candidate who qualified early with donations and signatures, harms Republicans.

    Incidentally, although Goldwater, who has been in the race for a substantial period, submitted his petition signatures by the filing deadline, he still has not qualified for public funding. Len Munsil qualified in all areas in record time and has the endorsement of the majority of our congressional delegation and a large number of state legislators. Munsil is the candidate whose credentials are impeccable. He is running on his own record, not that of a famous relative.

  4. Sense-n-Ability says

    I strongly disagree with the assertion that “value voters” may turn from their support of Len Munsil because of a single comment, especially one made by someone other than Munsil himself. It makes no sense to think that voters would turn from a principled, proven, pro-life conservative to someone with less of a conservative record because of this. Actually, it is this kind of loose, hyperbolic speculation that will hurt Munsil’s chances to unseat the the Veto Queen. Let’s stay focused!

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