Skip to comments.National Tea Party Group Endorses J.D. Hayworth Against John McCain for Senate
Posted on 02/26/2010 6:32:30 AM PST by theanchoragedailyruse
Liberty First PAC joins tea party organizers across Arizona with calls for the defeat of Senator John McCain. The national tea party PAC supports J.D. Hayworth in his primary challenge for the Arizona Senate seat.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 25, 2010 -- Liberty First PAC (libertyfirstpac.com), a national committee of tea party organizers and activists, announced its full support and endorsement of J.D. Hayworth in his campaign for U.S. Senate in Arizona today. The announcement comes as one of the first unified tea Party calls for support of a challenge to Senator John McCain in his bid for re-election.
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Super! As much as I like Sarah, and understand why she is supporting McCain, I hope JD creams McLame!
What “National Tea Party” group? There’s a national group that speaks for all tea partiers? News to me. Not that I don’t support JD, but I’m a little concerned there is apparently some national group identified that speaks for all Tea Party supporters.
Ditto your thoughts. The idea that someone is claiming to speak for Teapartiers is alarming.
J. D. Hayworth BUMP.
Ditch McShame, elect a consistent conservative.
Time to elect someone who will “reach across the aisle” to knock some Dim heads together.
If the Tea Party is this no leader, grass roots movement, how is it supposed to work to support candidates, if it can’t come together and say something.
I am not being provocative, I honestly don’t get how it works.
I also agree. It’s basic nature for someone to be “The Boss”.
What scares the hell out of the Marxists-Communist liberals is that we aren’t organized. Once we do, they will know whom and how to attack us. As it stands now we’ve got ‘em so confused they don’t have a clue what to do except label us all as ‘radicals’. People that know us know that just isn’t true.
Maybe there are present-day colonial "Committees of Correspondence" we know nothing about?
And Committee members are leaking secret business to the press?
I support JD Hayworth.
I do not support the concept of central TEA party leadership.
If you read the press release - and it is only a press release - carefully, you will see that it is put out by a Political Action Committee which styles itself as a national group of tea partiers. As I read it, it actually doesn't make any stronger claim than that. You and I could get together and do the same thing.
It’s New Age Journalism 101. Find a Tea Partier—any Tea Partier—interview him/her and then simply pretend he/she speaks for all Tea Partiers. The Media and its Marxist handlers have a long history of this. Whoever the head Nag Gal is at NOW is presumed to speak for all women. Ditto for Pro Choice. And, of course, Ralph Nader has been the Marxist-appointed spokesperson for consumers since the 1970s Corvair witch hunt.
Great Call Tea Party!
This spells DOOM for Juan!
FWIW, I haven't seen any tea party group claiming to speak for all tea partiers.
If the MSM wants to try to suggest that in order to gin up a round of let's-you-and-him-fight, hows about we don't oblige them?
thats part of the beauty of it
Hayworth Endorsed by Phoenix Law Enforcement Association
J.D. Hayworth on the issues
A national leader in the fight to secure our borders, J.D. Hayworth has actually written the book on the subject, Whatever It Takes. When John McCain proposed his Amnesty Planthe Heritage Foundation said it would cost taxpayers $2.6 TrillionJ.D. Hayworth stood up and fought against it. Taking on a U.S. Senator with nearly 30 years of seniority took courage, but J.D. understood that our economy could not survive the long-term effects of the McCain-Kennedy plan, and that encouraging millions of people to break our laws was a recipe for disaster.
J.D. has led the fight for real border security, interior enforcement, and requiring that law enforcement enforce our laws and protect our citizens. It is no surprise that he has been endorsed by great leaders like Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and State Senator Russell Pearce.