JD Hayworth Launches 2nd Radio Ad: “THE Conservative”

JD Hayworth for US Senate

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Conservative Launches Second Statewide Radio Ad Of Campaign: “THE Conservative”

PHOENIX, ARIZONA. MARCH 10, 2010. Following yesterday’s debut of “Faith,” the Hayworth campaign has introduced a second radio ad for Arizona voters.

“THE Conservative” outlines the challenger’s conservative bona fides. It is now airing on radio stations throughout the state.

(Listen to “THE Conservative.”)

Hayworth has been endorsed by Maricopa County Sheriff Arpaio, the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, Tax Day Tea Party, top Arizona Conservative Len Munsil, the Gun Owners of America, and the National Border Patrol Council, among many others.

Vulnerable to the more conservative Hayworth on taxes, the Second Amendment, pro-life and pro-family issues and illegal immigration, McCain has engaged in transparent election year flip-flopping.

McCain also 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. And despite 28 years in Washington McCain now claims he was ‘misled’ on the bank bailout vote despite expressing no such concerns at the time.

To listen to “THE Conservative” or to contribute to the Hayworth campaign, please visit www.JDforSenate.com.


Comments

  1. Didn’t John McCain coin the phrase “Don’t mortgage our children’s future” when speaking out against Obama’s out of control spending? Yeah, I think he did… Glad JD was listening.

  2. I heard the ad today. It was nice to hear an ad about what JD believes and not the disgusting ads that McCain has been running. However much I hate McCains ads, they have been helping J.D.
    Clyde: John McCain voted for the very bailouts he is now criticizing. He looks silly when he talks about mortgaging our childrens future when he helped mortgage it.

  3. Hayworthless says

    So what about LDS Republicans and Independents J.D.? Are they welcome in your religious views ?

    More importantly, what about Jewish Republicans and Independents? You have had some problems with this faith community in the past, remember? We do: http://spirituallife.freedomblogging.com/2006/09/11/valley-jews-polarized-on-politics-hayworth/85/

    We’re glad you are a man of faith, but don’t try to prove you’re somehow a superior candidate because of your personal beliefs. There is a parable about the pharisees you might want to reread at Bible study on Sunday.

  4. He may not be saying that he is a superior candidate because of his beliefs, but I am.

  5. Yep…more rope.

  6. DeAnn,

    “He may not be saying that he is a superior candidate because of his beliefs, but I am.”

    Are you saying that a Christian is by virtue of their faith a better candidate for public office than a Jew?

  7. I’m all for bashing McCain on his TARP vote but I just don’t believe the Heritage Foundation claim.

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  8. Hayworthless:

    Nice smear job attempt but no cigar!

    It turns out that J.D. has problems with the Jewish Community because he praised Henry Ford’s views on immigration in a book he wrote on the subject!

    After reading the article you submitted as proof, I would say that he has problems with a few professional victim pimps and hardly with any rational, devout religious community.

    You and “The John” deserve one another!

  9. Actually, the last time I heard, the Jewish community believes in the same God as the Christian community. They don’t believe that Jesus is God’s son.
    The Bible teaches the value of life, taking care of the poor, treating others as you would want to be treated, taking responsibility for your own family and friends, etc. etc. As such, they would make a lot better candidates.

  10. DeAnn,

    WOW! Way to not answer my question.

    “The Bible teaches the value of life, taking care of the poor, treating others as you would want to be treated, taking responsibility for your own family and friends, etc. etc.”

    Incidentally, so does the Qur’an, if you’d bother to read it.

  11. Stephen Kohut says

    Klute,

    Is that before or after the part of how to handle “infidels”, AKA nonbelievers, that are to be converted by the sword? Or what happens if you are an apostate, renouncing Islam, and the penalty is death?

  12. Stephen,

    Have you read the Qur’an? I’ve got a copy (Arabic with English translation) if you want to borrow it.

    I could point out how parts of the Bible call for slaves to obey their masters (Colossians), people who work on the Sabbath to be killed (Exodus), or that people who read tarot cards should also be executed (Leviticus) – and an outsider looking in would not have difficulty in condeming our book based the careful selection of certain passages.

  13. Stephen Kohut says

    Klute,

    First,I don’t recall where talmudic law made it through to Christianity.

    Second, I don’t see non-Islamic terrorists practicing a Jihadist style war on people of other faiths or on western civilation. Islam’s foundation has at its base the concept of “infidels” who require conversion or elimination and an intolerance of other faiths. All too often that is how it is practiced by Islamic radicals or have you not notices the missing tower in NYC, the hole in the Cole, the bombed embassies, the …. As a side note, these is no religious freedom for other faiths in many Islamic countries. No matter what Mohammed meant, this is all to frequently how how the faith he founded is executed by its adherents.

  14. “First,I don’t recall where talmudic law made it through to Christianity.”

    So then you’ll all shut the hell up saying “The Bible says an eye-for-eye!” when we talk about the death penalty, or referencing Sodom and Gomorrah and Leviticus when talking about gays and lesbians?

    “I don’t see non-Islamic terrorists practicing a Jihadist style war on people of other faiths or on western civilation.”

    Really? I think the Native Americans might have a difference perspective. Or the practitioners of voodoo in Haiti who were recently stoned by a group of evangelicals. Or that whole “unpleasantness” in the Middle Ages called the Inquisition.

    “Islam’s foundation has at its base the concept of “infidels” who require conversion or elimination and an intolerance of other faiths.”

    Replace “infidels” with “pagans”, and see “Christianity”.

    “All too often that is how it is practiced by Islamic radicals or have you not notices the missing tower in NYC…”

    I guess I don’t judge an entire faith based upon the actions by a radical few. Just like I don’t judge Christianity based upon your screwed up prejudice.

    “As a side note, these is no religious freedom for other faiths in many Islamic countries.”

    As there was no freedom for other faiths in Franco’s Spain, Hitler’s Germany, Stalin’s Russia, or any other dictatorial regime. The problem isn’t Islam, the problem is dictators.

    I recently spent some time in Jordan. Across the street from the King Abdullah Mosque was a church, with a spire, cross, and churchbell. In Egypt I saw women wearing crosses, and drank beer in along the Red Sea.

    I’m sure the radicals in the country would have happily slit my throat. Didn’t seem too many amongst the streets I explored.

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