TaxDayTeaParty.com Endorses J.D. Hayworth

Tax Day Tea Party

For Immediate Release: Friday, February 26, 2010

TaxDayTeaParty.com Announces Endorsement for Conservative U.S. Senate Candidate J.D. Hayworth

PHOENIX. February 26, 2010. TaxDayTeaParty.com announced their official endorsement of conservative U.S. Senate candidate J.D. Hayworth after seeing substantial support in a poll last week.

The endorsement can be found here: http://taxdayteaparty.com/2010/02/hayworth-vs-mccain/.

When asked if activists would support Hayworth in his run against John McCain in 2010, 79-percent of thousands of respondents said that they would indeed support Hayworth. McCain received 8-percent.

The poll can be found at http://taxdayteaparty.com/2010/02/poll-would-you-support-jd-hayworth-against-john-mccain/.

McCain is vulnerable to the more conservative Hayworth on taxes, pro-life and pro-family issues as well as illegal immigration. Hayworth also has a better lifetime rating from Citizens Against Government Waste than the 28-year member of Congress. Senator McCain also opposed significant tax cuts in 2001 and 2003 while Hayworth supported them.

McCain voted for the $850 billion bailout of the big banks which included $150 billion in pork, proposed a $300 billion bailout for mortgage lenders and, according to the Heritage Foundation, sponsored an amnesty bill that would have cost taxpayers $2.6 trillion over the long-term. More recently, McCain is co-sponsoring legislation with Democrat Senator Byron Dorgan to massively expand government’s role with vitamin and health supplements.

For more information about the campaign or to make a donation please go to www.JDforSenate.com.


Comments

  1. What an embarrassment J.D. Hayworth has become. Is tangling up with Jack Abramoff a Tea Party value now? Is dramatically expanding government part of the Mission Statement now? Is losing your own district in 2006 a good qualification now? Terrible decision.

  2. So, an out-of-state organization dedicated to raising money to unseat incumbents around the nation supports a non-incumbent? This is astonishing!

    This group from out of state wants to have a say in our senate race. I don’t care.

    How many of the 12 people who voted in their biased poll were from Arizona?

  3. When I went to the link in the post, it took me to a post about how great it was that Scott Brown won. You know, the same Scott Brown who is coming to town to stump for SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN. Ooops!

  4. Stephen Kohut says

    I’m not one to give any consideration to endorsements of any kind, particularly 527 PAC’s. You might as well post “Endorsed by Fred” as far as I am concerned. That goes for Palin and Brown endorsing McCain as well as Arpaio endorsing JD. Who cares? An informed and educated voter should not.

  5. Pragmatic Conservative says

    It would seem more significant if you published the number of respondence from Arizona since this was a national poll.

  6. Most of McCain’s funds and support are from out of State. The voters will elect JD.

    McCain is so scared he is hijacking the get out the vote funds.
    http://hotlineoncall.nationaljournal.com/archives/2010/02/mccain_camp_pla.php

    I guess $20 million or $5 million depending on what numbers you like, isn’t enough to beat JD!

    And speaking of lost election johnny boy has lost more election than JD. I don’t remember, does anyone know if he even carried this state in the primary against Bush? I think he did but I remember it was close, too close especially for the hometown boy.

  7. Annie Oliver says

    Huh, interesting… I’m definitely seeing people getting increasingly sick/wary of JD. Maybe people are finally starting to wise up and realize that he doesn’t stand a chance against McCain.

  8. Annie Oliver says

    BTW, since when is a website a legitimate endorsement?

  9. Annie and wt:

    And what is there in McCain’s record that qualifies him for conservative support!

    Amnesty?

    Cap n’ Trade?

    Bailouts?

    And who is knocking down the doors to volunteer for him?

    Paid hacks!!

  10. People are sick of McCain. People that have been big supporters in the past are saying he needs to retire. Others want J.D. to win but are afraid to say it publicly because of the political bullying that McCain lets his staffers do.

  11. I enjoy the endorsements, it is a referance, a point of value. The only value JD has is from the tea party…THE ONLY VALUE PEOPLE!

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