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March 2007

Archives for March 2007

Napolitano employs the Bart Simpson defense.

bart.jpg  Somewhere between chairing the National Governors Association, visiting Mexico City, and traveling to Iraq and Afghanistan the governor is suppose to be the chief executive of the State of Arizona. I have read with interest how a Democrat blog claims a Republican does not understand the difference between a state and federal issue. Maybe someone should remind the governor that her first responsibility is to run the state government, not jet set around the globe for various photo-ops.

It is a little disappointing to see the blame for not reacting sooner to the neglect at the Arizona State Veteran Home placed on staff. It is like Bart Simpson’s famous “I didn’t do it. You can’t prove it. Nobody saw me.” I wonder who hired the governor’s staff. At this rate I expect to see a press release next week from the governor’s office in which Napolitano blames the whole thing on State Senator Jack Harper for “forcing” her hire Alan Stephens. It is surprising to see a politically astute character like Janet not step forward and take responsibility for the issue and move forward to fix the situation. She is getting that fatal second-term blame someone else and circle the wagons mentality.

Hopefully for Arizona and its veterans someone will step forward and exercise leadership in this matter.

Calling all Tucson area Pro-Lifers!

20weeks.jpg     This is it! The big one! The famous Arizona Right to Life – Tucson Chapters Booth at the Pima County Fair. Do not miss this chance to spread the message of Life for All to the residents of Tucson. If you can sign-up to help cover a shift please send an e-mail to johne@azrtl.org.

     The dates of the fair are April 19th through April 29th. Please visit the Arizona Right to Life – Tucson Chapters web site for more information about this and other events. Remember, you might make a difference in one persons life and save another.

Drinking Problem?

Drinking Problem

With today’s news of the arrest of the daughter of Scottsdale’s Chief of Police, something tells me that we might have an alcohol problem. Ya think?

Sure, lots of people are arrested for DUI but what makes this all the more resounding is when individuals writing the law or family members of individuals enforcing the law get busted. Can you imagine if a board member of MADD got arrested for having a little too much?

Hopefully, these incidents will send a wake-up call to the community that we need to exercise some self control and watch out for our neighbors.

AZGOP Press Release – March 29, 2007

Gabrielle Giffords 


For Immediate Release – March 29, 2007
Contact: Brett Mecum – bmecum@azgop.org
Phone: 602.957.7770



Giffords votes for largest tax increase in American history


Phoenix, AZ – Randy Pullen, chairman of the Arizona Republican Party chastised Gabrielle Giffords for voting lockstep with the liberal extremist wing of the Democrat Party and supporting the largest tax increase in American history today.


“Gabrielle Giffords just doesn’t get it,” said Pullen. “She seems to think that we can tax and spend our way to prosperity.  That’s never worked in the past, it doesn’t work now, and it won’t work in the future.  Because of Gabrielle Giffords, the average Arizonan will see their taxes increase by $2,701.86 next year.”


“Her vote today hurts all Americans from parents and grandparents to small business owners and middle class families to veterans and senior citizens to children and single mothers,” Pullen continued.


“Giffords showed that she is little more than a pawn of Nancy Pelosi, John Murtha, Hillary Clinton and Ted Kennedy. She is incapable of voting independently and is controlled by the most liberal factions of the Democrat Party. I dare her to come home to Arizona and try and talk about fiscal responsibility after her disgraceful actions in Washington.


“Meanwhile, the Republicans presented a fiscally sound alternative that would balance the budget in five years without raising taxes.  They also include a plan for protecting social-security, a point the Democrats choose to ignore,” concluded Pullen.


For more information contact Brett Mecum at 602.957.7770 or at bmecum@azgop.org.

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Santorum predicts McCain’s campaign will fade.

“The problem is that John McCain has [not] governed over the last several years as anything like a conservative ….” And in the process, Santorum feels the Arizona senator “has alienated just about every conservative, whether it’s social conservatives or economic conservatives or environmental — you name it.”

Trish Groe Confronts a Sobering Reality

I’ve struggled with what and how to write the news that Representative Trish Groe was recently arrested for DUI and has decided to take a leave of absence to check into rehab.

Its even more difficult since I consider her a friend and one of the most personable legislators at the capitol.

But there’s no excusing what she’s done and the law should treat each person the same no matter what their party affiliation or ideology.

Trish Gore has been a solid conservative vote in the House of Representatives. Shortly after she was first elected, she was enlightened by her Senate seat mate, Ron Gould, and became one more conservative and pro-life vote. We all applauded her and supported her.

In today’s Republic, she is quoted as saying, “I am so grateful to those officers who pulled me over. I’m thankful to God that I didn’t injure or kill anyone. Somehow, I’m going to take away something good from this.”

While I do not condone her problem, I must applaud her acknowledgement that she has fallen and more importantly, that she is seeking help.

That takes real courage, especially when you’re in the public arena.

Trish Groe has undoubtedly arrived at a sobering reality check. Like Trish, we should all be reminded that we are vulnerable and suceptible to mistakes big and small. Its how we respond that makes us a better and stronger person.

Trish Groe is doing the right thing and I support and pray for her. I ask you to do the same.

Every time gas prices rise above $2.50, Napolitano and Goddard grab the spotlight and do nothing

Have you ever noticed that every time the price of gas goes above $2.50, Governor Janet Napolitano has a press conference?

Attorney General Terry Goddard just complains that he doesn’t have jurisdiction, yet starts an investigation anyways. His investigation always goes nowhere, and he concludes that we need a price-fixing law.

Isn’t this a waste of taxpayer money funding their thinly disguised campaign commercials? Napolitano is becoming a professional press conference campaigner. Yesterday, with her lackeys at Horizon giving her free video coverage featured on the show later, she gave a speech to grandparents who stand to benefit from Rep. Leah Landrum-Taylor’s proposed taxpayer-funded giveaway for taking care of their grandchildren. There were about 15-20 grandparents total in attendance! Probably 100 chairs had been set out that were mostly empty. Can you imagine Horizon covering some equally dull topic by a conservative where only 20 people showed up?

Republic “Wedging” East Valley People of Faith?

The Arizona Republic certainly appears to be exploiting a division between people of faith in their latest story, “Anti-Mormon DVD given to 18,000 homes.”

The story reads like a classic example of the reporter running back and forth between both parties trying to incite escalation: “Well they said that you…”

The reader is left to believe that the group, Concerned Christians, is nothing more than a handful of disgruntled former Mormons looking to take shots at their former church. That simply is not the case.

Pulling up the Concerned Christians website, which is never cited by the Republic, the ministry gives an explanation for what they believe.

Judge for yourself lest the Republic lead you astray. Something tells us stories like this will not go away as long as a Mormon is running for the Presidency.



Searching for Joe Shlabotnik

Dr. John Mark Reynolds of Biola University’s acclaimed Torrey Honors Institute, has a great posting at The Scriptorium on the dilemna presented to pro-lifers in the 2008 Presidential race.

For Peanuts fans, Charlie Brown set out on a quest to find the legendary Joe Shlabotnik baseball card. 

As Dr. Reynolds sees it, “In short Joe Shlabotnik represents the Chuck wing of the Republican party.”

The hard reality comes at the end when he states, “I will not be voting for this years Joe Shlabotnik, the lovable pro-life loser. Losing will not save any lives . . . and will give a ticket that looks to be the most anti-life in American history power.”

Sending the wrong message

As someone who has lost a close family member to breast cancer, my heart goes out to Elizabeth Edwards as she faces the incredible challenge that lies ahead.

What has me shaking my head in disbelief is that John Edwards is continuing his campaign for the presidency.  Yes, I know that Elizabeth said that she wants him to continue to run because she believes that he is what our country needs.  And, I understand the argument that this is their way of facing the disease and showing people that you don’t have to give up.

But what this really demonstrates is that our society is losing its bearings on what really matters.  While many people applaud the courage of Elizabeth Edwards, and many are rewarding Edwards’ campaign with a spike in fundraising, they are only making matters worse.

Today people are more self-absorbed than at any point in our nation’s history.  Rather than pursuing the altruistic course of action, too often people are completely egocentric.  Unfortunately, the real message being demonstrated by John Edwards is that raw ambition is more “courageous” than selfless compassion.  I don’t doubt that Elizabeth Edwards believes this country needs her husband as president.  But he should be enough of a man to realize that his wife needs her husband at this very difficult time.

And what about the children?  What message does it send to the impressionable minds of a six year-old and an eight year-old that daddy thinks that pursuing his life dream is more important than spending the rest of his wife’s life with her, comforting her, loving her, making memories with her.

No one knows how much time she has.  But as time goes on, I believe that more and more people will think that John Edwards’ selfish pursuit of the White House makes him unworthy to reside there.

For now, our prayers are with Elizabeth.  May God bless her and be with her.

On a lighter note, if you have any doubt of how self-absorbed John Edwards is, check this out:

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