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Shadegg Shovels the Manure

Shadegg Shovels the Manure

Recently Mr Shadegg, once the darling of the Conservative image of an Arizonan, expressed some thoughts about the state of his own political party.  Lets walk through some of his remarks as reported by GOPUSA (shown in quotes).

According to John Shadegg, the problems Republicans have is due to their failure to live up to what they promised with the Contract with America. He said that once Republicans took control of Congress, many were corrupted by their power as members of the majority.

Self disclosure is a good thing Mr. Shadegg, shows your emoting with your audience.  How about stepping down and honoring your part of the Contract with America?

Mr Shadegg continues to opine …

Unfortunately, they [himself] were vastly outnumbered by other Republicans in Congress who had been in Congress previously.   Many of those people did not have any strong ideological commitment to any political belief since, as members of the minority, they never had to seriously think of any principles relating to the proper role of government.

Could Mr Shadegg be speaking of Senator’s Kyl and McCain?  It certainly sounds like he’s speaking of those honorable Senators who place reelection as the highest of life’s callings.

However, as the representatives with the most seniority, they took many leadership positions.

What positions could those have been?  Is this john saying that the other two johns might need cleaning?  Lets continue reading …

He [Shadegg] said that getting involved in the Arizona State Republican Party or the Maricopa County Republican Party was a bad idea because they were being poorly led and were at the lowest level since Ev Mecham was governor of Arizona.

Looks like Shadegg fired a broadside on the orders of Admiral’s McCain and Kyl against a state party that no longer bows to their dictates.

You see, its the Delegation’s position that the AzGOP represents them.  They expect the state party to represent them when gathering signatures, fund raising, and turning out the voters.

What they don’t seem understand anymore is that they were elected to represent us.

For example; when Minister Napolitano’s Homeland Security Department reported that Vets returning from Iraq, Pro-Life folks, and Americans concerned about Borders & Immigration might be persons capable of domestic terrorism, Mr Shadegg, Mr Kyl and Mr McCain remained silent.  That silence was deafening.

Seems Mr. Shadegg is working to soften up the immigration and borders issue to clear the beach for the Obama Administration’s attempt to breech the Amnesty and Open Borders Issue – and with the full support of Arizona Senior Senate Delegation.

How can this be determined?  Timing.  In politics just as in business, its all about timing.  Didn’t the Commander-in-Cheat recently put Immigration at the top of his pile on his trip to Mexico?

Now carefully watch the slight of hand:  Shadegg begins his remarks by telling us that Republicans in leadership, ‘” … did not have any strong ideological commitment to any political belief”. Now observe where his logic takes us …

He [Shadegg] said that the Arizona and Maricopa County Republican leaders used the illegal immigration issue to create conflicts in the Republican Party. Instead, he said the Republican Party leaders should focus on having a big tent to welcome many people into the Republican Party.

Whatever happened to any strong ideological commitment to any political belief?  Is Mr Shadegg suggesting that the Party’s platform on Immigration and Borders be a circus under the Big Top?  Or is he talking about inclusiveness like Meghan McCain at the Log Cabin Republican fete?

Our borders and immigration laws mean nothing to these three johns.  Mr. Shadegg has become one of those men he criticized in his opening remarks.

In his desire to ascend to the lofty heights of Jon Kyl’s shoes in 2012, he has chosen to add yet one more Porta-John to the list of Arizona’s outhouses that need cleaning.

Yes, something stinks in Arizona … and its coming from Washington DC.  Its time to flush the johns.

I am thankful to Howard Levine of GOPUSA News for the generous use of his quotes.


Comments

  1. “You see, its the Delegation’s position that the AzGOP represents them. They expect the state party to represent them when gathering signatures, fund raising, and turning out the voters.

    What they don’t seem understand anymore is that they were elected to represent us.”

    Actually, they represent the people of Arizona not the AZGOP. The AZOP does in fact represent them. That’s how parties work.

  2. Veritas Vincit says

    Then the platform means nothing. All someone has to do is register with an “R” and run for office and the party is obligated to support them?

    Better read the PC Handbook again. The AzGOP is comprised of “the people of Arizona”. In fact, all registered Republican are members of the AzGOP and elect party representatives called PCs.

    Its the PCs job to get the candidates elected and communicate the party’s position on issues and explain why being a Republican is superior to the alternatives.

  3. Veritas Vincit says

    The Precinct Committeeman represents the Republican voters in their precinct to the state party. Its a bottom up organization; grassroots.

    *That’s* how parties work.

  4. You’re talking procedure, I’m talking reality.

  5. This is not the style of “unity” we thought you were referring to all the way through Lisa James’ losing campaign.

    Where did the “unity” go? Shadegg and Lisa James have obviously lied to their own state party grassroots!

    The three Johns! Perfect photo!

    I especially enjoyed all the booing for Shadegg at the Tea Party. He was the only speaker out of 30 something who actually got booed.

  6. You might find that no one is more frustrated with the previous administration than some of the Representatives who were buying in to the TARP talk, and were blatantly wooed by their party leaders to vote for it. That’s not an excuse, but President Bush and his team moved very swiftly.

    There is a HUGE difference between Rep. Shadegg and A. Specter or O. Snowe. Personally, I am more concerned with Mr. McCain in terms representing our views on any given day. yet, the Representatives are supposed to be the money allocation Czars aren’t they?

    As of now, and I live in his district, John Shadegg still has my vote.

  7. Veritas Vincit says

    Todd, post #4: Its not procedure or reality; its how the members of the AZGOP designed their party to operate versus how the ‘delegation’ members with Beltway’itise have subverted things to work for them not work for us.

    Gayle, post #6: Review carefully Shadegg’s voting record since his first election back with the Contract with America.

    Words are one thing; actions on the record quite another. You let them slide, you pay for it later. Being elected to office should not be a full time career position.

  8. This is even worse: More than just upside down. Janet Napolitano lists all people, who do not agree with Obama’s politics, as “right wing extremists” without any proof.

    A couple of days ago. A death threat was sent to Weld County Sheriff’s Department, written in Spanish. It states, that if, 58 detained Illegal Aliens, were not released, they would set off bombs, throughout Greeley, Colorado, killing as many Americans as possible and police officers. The press release, can be found at Weld County Sheriff’s Department website. Click on Press release, or if it has been removed, call them. Call Weld County Sheriff or Greeley Police in Colorado.

    This is a real terrorist threat, against U.S. citizens, on U.S. sovereign soil, by an Illegal Alien. Not a whisper, about it, by Janet Napolitano or mainstream media. I haven’t heard or seen any coverage. Have you?

    This is more than upside down. This is our government, putting the will of Illegal Aliens, before us.

  9. Tom Buggeln says

    If my memory is correct, John originally voted against the Bush Bailout last autumn and then went to the media to explain its problems.

    A week later, after the original bill was enlarged with douses of pork, he signed on!

    It seems that our leadership problems don’t reside in the State or Maricopa County.

  10. Kenny Jacobs says

    Suzie, you wrote alot things you can’t prove:

    1. “Janet Napolitano lists all people, who do not agree with Obama’s politics, as “right wing extremists” without any proof.”

    -All people who do not agree? All of them? Really? According to the tea bag brigade, that’s alot of folks.

    “A couple of days ago. A death threat was sent to Weld County Sheriff’s Department, written in Spanish.”

    -No need to bother the Sheriff’s office or make it look like this story is a secret. Here’s the link to the AP story: http://www.greeleytribune.com/article/20090416/NEWS/904169876/1005/NONE&parentprofile=1001

    2. “This is a real terrorist threat, against U.S. citizens, on U.S. sovereign soil, by an Illegal Alien. Not a whisper, about it, by Janet Napolitano or mainstream media. I haven’t heard or seen any coverage. Have you?”

    -Uh, yes, see above. BTW, if you read the story there is no indication this is a “real terrorist threat.” It’s just you Suzie, freaking out. Oh, and how do you know the note was written by an Illegal Alien?

    3. “This is more than upside down. This is our government, putting the will of Illegal Aliens, before us.”

    -No Suzie, this is just an indication that your grasp of facts qualify you to write for SA or work in Joe Arpaio’s office.

  11. And yet not a word from this lunatic peanut gallery about their messiah, Mr. Do-Nothing Randy Pullen, having recently come out of the closet as a tax hiker, and conspiring with liberal interest groups to tax us into prosperity. Where’s the outrage, huh? Not even a peep from the party leadership apologists. Resign now, Randy!

  12. Kyl silent on the JNap report?

    Surely you must be joking, or, more likely, not paying attention…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPzmKSTlyI8

  13. Playmaker says

    Seeing Truth,

    You said:

    “Then the platform means nothing. All someone has to do is register with an “R” and run for office and the party is obligated to support them?”

    Hey, you could use that same analogy with the Bible.

    It must mean nothing since we all keep right on sinning, right?

    Those who’ve run for office & merely claimed to be Christian have found that the party has seemed MORE than obligated and happy to support them. Why should it be any different for someone who strays a little off center from the platform in one or two of the pillars of the party?

    It’s a problem we must address if our party wants to remain viable in the coming decades. These are the kind of questions that real people have.

  14. Veritas Vincit says

    Open Borders and Amnesty is NOT “straying a little off center” when 80% of all voters want their borders secure and an immigration policy that isn’t a revolving door.

    Wendy, true it was a media spot for the Jon, but it was local and, Mr Kyl never emoted the outrage that the report demanded he should. To sit in a radio box and chuckle is not making a statement that Nappy was way out of line.

    … and Kenny, go back to playing in the sand box. No mention of the word “terrorist” in the story. Why? Simple, to suggest that there might be Hispanic narco-terrorists that have spilled over the border would cause a uproar that the authorities do not wish to deal with.

    Heck, to raise the specter that Mexican Narco-Terrorists are here and spreading would most certainly require Jon Kyl, John McCain, and John Shadegg to actually face the reality of the border.

    The Bush Amnesty is the same as the Obama Amnesty, its an open border with open labor and trade fully supported by Arizona’s Three Johns – time to flush them.

  15. Kenny Jacobs says

    V, the reason the local paper didn’t include the word “terrorist” is because local law enforcement didn’t consider the note “terrorism.” Please don’t fight facts, V, it makes you look even more silly than usual.

  16. Conservative GOP says

    For those of you who don’t know Shane like some of us, I guarantee you his viewpoints are exactly like those of Americans for Prosperity. 100% opposed to new & higher taxes, 100% in favor of reducing taxes and regulations and spending. So I wouldn’t say his writing is any less authentic now that he’s their grassroots coordinator. Don’t hold it against him.

  17. True or False says

    Vinny,

    Just as I’ve NEVER met anyone who is Pro-abortion, I’ve never met anyone who is Pro-OPEN borders. I’ve only known Pro-choice or PRO-lifers and Pro-immigration reformers and your whatchamacallit CROWD.

    Your players repeatedly insinuate that anyone not wearing one of your team issued uniforms goes about their life and business begging all Mexican/Central & South American citizens to violate our laws and crash our poorly guarded borders. What a joke.

    Also, your accusations that everyone BUT ya’ll are advocates of an OPEN border is just as ludicrous as saying that any adult male who doesn’t oogle women or like porn – must be gay. Your flawed arguments and name-calling leave no room for reform – just as my silly example assume that there can be no such thing as a gentleman or moral man.

    My heart breaks for how Arizona and the US have been affected by uncontrolled illegal immigration; however, any reasonable person can see that the current problem is very complicated and will require more than your ultimate dream of an immediate forced Southern migration.

  18. Tom Buggeln says

    Vinny:

    Don’t know who or what you’re addressing in your incoherent rant but I don’t think its me!

    I’ve never called for a forced Southern migration
    (how’s that for “strawman” hyperbole) but I have called for the enforcement of immigration laws presently on the books. And I’m not wild about the fact that a majority of county majors prevent their police departmets from enforcing immigration laws.

    I’m furthermore distresed to see the majority of our GOP delegation quietly (and not so subtlely_ wording to defeat pro law enforcement and border protecting local officials.

    What they desire is a re-enactment of Simpson-Mazzoli whereby amnesty is granted to those currently north of the border underneath a fig leaf of employer sanctions. Of course the latter is immediately ted up in the courts and those who broke the law to begin with and those who profited by their presence are rewardes.

    But the hotel and restaurant industries muct be served while the Democrats pick up the political reins as they did in California after S-M.

  19. Veritas Vincit says

    Kenny re: post 16, you don’t know many police chiefs do you? How the story was reported in the media wasn’t exactly how it was reported in the weekly law enforcement bulletin.

    Post #18: Immigration law does not need reform, it simply needs to be comprehensively enforced.

    Do you want the bottom line that The Three Johns, McCain, Kyl & Shadegg are protecting?

    The “… free flow of goods, capital, and labor over international borders.”

    The other side of the issue are protecting the “… free migration of peoples across international borders.”

  20. Kenny Jacobs says

    V, I do know a few police chiefs (current and retired)in multiple jurisdictions and served on the previous incarnation of the Citizens Police Advisory Board here in Tucson. If you have a factual statement to make, do so, but please refrain from your tiresome condescension.

  21. Mad Gramma B says

    Immigration law does not need reform, it simply needs to be comprehensively enforced.

    Do you want the bottom line that The Three Johns, McCain, Kyl & Shadegg are protecting?

    Vincit you have to add another potty to that group, Flake is for open borders as well. Three johns and a flake almost sounds like a rock group, but they sure don’t make pretty music. WAke up people join your districts make your whimpy voices heard, get off your couches and get rid of these bums. Fight for your Constitution and freedoms and oh yeah, lets not have English as the second language!

  22. Veritas Vincit says

    THREE JOHNS AND A FLAKE!
    Three Johns and a Flake!

    I love it!!! What’s left of the Az Republican delegation to Washington DC

    Kolbe? retired
    Renzi? in court
    Hayworth? hung out to dry by the RNC
    Trent? … still fighting for the party standard. Thanks Trent! Hope someone sends you a copy of this.

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