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McCain breaks away as critical support eludes Hayworth
Arizona Capitol Times ^ | July 2, 2010 | Jeremy Duda

Posted on 07/05/2010 11:37:17 PM PDT by tlb

First, it was Sarah Palin. Then it was Arizona Right to Life and the National Rifle Association. Most recently, the revered National Review gave its imprimatur to McCain.

When Hayworth entered the race in January, McCain was at his most vulnerable point in decades. Polling showed McCain had a lead within the margin of error and was struggling to redefine himself as a Republican loyalist. But polls now show McCain with a solid lead.

Baker said the McCain campaign may have engineered a sort of domino effect: Each endorsement shows the next group that backing McCain is a safer bet than it may have first appeared, and Republican voters seem to be following the same trend.

McCain has focused Hayworth’s reputation in Congress as a pork-barrel spender, a serious offense to many conservatives. And the senator has run an undeniably negative campaign against Hayworth, openly mocking him and attacking his credibility.

The McCain campaign has posted videos online poking fun at Hayworth for questioning the authenticity of President Barack Obama’s birth certificate, suggesting that allowing gay marriage could pave the way for men to wed horses, and especially for appearing in a 2007 infomercial urging people to take advantage of “free money” from government grants.

The infomercial for the National Grants Conferences has been the most damning revelation yet, combining the promotion of government spending with a host of informercial stereotypes. It prompted the popular FOX News personality Glenn Beck to declare that Hayworth’s campaign is over.

If McCain had a more conservative challenger, National Review wrote, the endorsement might have gone elsewhere. But while Hayworth’s record is conservative, the article read, it isn’t conservative enough to make a compelling case against McCain.

“He may not be Marco Rubio, but he’s not Arlen Specter either,” the editorial said of McCain.

(Excerpt) Read more at azcapitoltimes.com ...


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Hayworth is toast on his way to being a punchline, and this was predictable. McCain could have been taken but assuming they actually wanted to win, how the opposition settled on Hayworth is inexplicable.
1 posted on 07/05/2010 11:37:22 PM PDT by tlb
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To: tlb
“He may not be Marco Rubio, but he’s not Arlen Specter either,” the editorial said of McCain.

Now that's damning with faint praise!

2 posted on 07/05/2010 11:41:09 PM PDT by Rummyfan (Iraq: it's not about Iraq anymore, it's about the USA!)
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To: tlb
This was the deal breaker:
.....a 2007 infomercial urging people to take advantage of “free money” from government grants.
Why did J.D. ever do that? Must have needed the money.

3 posted on 07/05/2010 11:41:22 PM PDT by no dems (Palin/Jindal in 2012 or Jindal/Christie in 2012. Either is fine with me.)
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To: tlb
The infomercial for the National Grants Conferences has been the most damning revelation yet, combining the promotion of government spending with a host of informercial stereotypes. It prompted the popular FOX News personality Glenn Beck to declare that Hayworth’s campaign is over.

Over? It ain't over yet! I don't care what National Review and the NRA say.

4 posted on 07/05/2010 11:42:44 PM PDT by Rummyfan (Iraq: it's not about Iraq anymore, it's about the USA!)
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To: Rummyfan
” ... I don't care what National Review and the NRA say. ... “

Agreed - I shall vote for a homeless drunk before considering voting for a treasonous RINO like McShame!

5 posted on 07/05/2010 11:47:31 PM PDT by J Edgar
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To: Rummyfan

It’s not over until the ballots are cast in August - 7 weeks are a long time in politics!


6 posted on 07/05/2010 11:47:38 PM PDT by princess leah (1)
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To: tlb

Labrador backes Hayworth,

Raul Labrador is an immigration attorney who is also a seated Idaho State Representative.

He represents illegals in court to stop their deportation. He even represented an admitted human smuggler, who after serving his time in an Idaho prison, was slated for deportation.


7 posted on 07/05/2010 11:52:59 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Reagan Republican for Palin 2012)
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The first person who was running against McCain early on was a third party person who reg. Republican to run,

Chris Simcox who is now supporting JD Hayworth and who has been advising him.

Who is Simcox.......
A judge in Phoenix granted an order of protection on April 16, ordering Simcox to surrender his firearms and stay at least 200 yards away from his family.

In her petition for an order of protection, Alena Simcox, 30, his third wife, alleges that she came home from shopping Nov. 29 to find her husband intoxicated.

She writes that he threatened her with a gun, “repeatedly pointed it at me, saying he was going to kill me, and my kids, and the police.”

Alena Simcox describes a six-hour ordeal during which she locked herself and her three children in a bedroom until he passed out at 2 a.m. Afraid for her safety, she did not call the police.

“He was waiting by the door for the police to come, with a gun pointed at me,” she wrote.

Alena Simcox also described a separate incident on Aug. 22, 2009: “On our wedding anniversary, he was drinking and angry. Got a revolver gun and loaded with kids present.

Then proceeded to ask me to ‘shoot him.’ I said ‘no,’ so then he said he would shoot the entire family and cops.”
Neither Chris Simcox nor his lawyer responded to requests for comment from The Associated Press.

The alleged threats are the latest episode in a troubled family life for Chris Simcox.

His first wife accused him of trying to molest their teenage daughter, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil-rights group that has warned about extremism in the Minuteman movement.

His second wife filed an emergency motion to obtain full custody of their teenage son because it seemed Chris Simcox was undergoing a mental breakdown and growing dangerous after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the SPLC reported in 2005, based on an examination of court records in Los Angeles.

In April 2004, a federal judge sentenced Chris Simcox to two years of probation for carrying a firearm on national forest property..........
People who keep informed knew what Simcox’s background was to start with and knew McCain was far better than this
fringe lunatic.

JD Hayworth accepted Simcox’s endorsement whith his background being common knowledge.

JD Hayworth was late entering the primary because he had to pay back the money to convicted felon Jack Abramoff.

Rep.J.D. Hayworth the largest single recipient of Abramoff related money and co-chairman of the Congressional Native American Caucus, has received more than $150,000 from Indian tribes once represented by Abramoff.


8 posted on 07/05/2010 11:54:30 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Reagan Republican for Palin 2012)
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To: tlb
If the other content in the posted edition of Az Capitol Times is any clue - I'd guess this is a natural McCain leaning publication.

Meaning it is still stuck in the RNC / old school / good old boy / entitled to the job rut.

It's hard to believe that Arizona would remain so x&%@ki*g stupid as to elect Don Juan again.

9 posted on 07/05/2010 11:56:53 PM PDT by norton
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To: tlb
McCain has focused Hayworth’s reputation in Congress as a pork-barrel spender,

Yup, and I can't recall what it was, but he ticked me off several times over the years. But not as bad as McCain.

10 posted on 07/05/2010 11:57:04 PM PDT by Cold Heat
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J.T.” Ready supports JD and chums at neo nazi groups, only he isn’t wearing a uniform like the others in pics.
11 posted on 07/05/2010 11:57:53 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Reagan Republican for Palin 2012)
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To: norton

Voters like the devil they know better than the devil they don’t, and McCain has seniority.


12 posted on 07/05/2010 11:59:39 PM PDT by Cold Heat
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To: tlb

Hayworth chose himself, because Shadegg chose not to run. McCain effectively uses his on-again off-again love dance with the media to blacken Hayworth’s image, with the help of the Democrats’ past demonization of anyone linked with Abramoff. McCain’s constant flitation with doomed and failed Democrat policy gets overlooked right now. JD can come back, if he goes for the jugular, which I predict he probably won’t, as he has more class and less bile in his belly than McCain does, and he had grown up politically and philosophically... in ways McCain never will.


13 posted on 07/06/2010 12:04:51 AM PDT by Richard Axtell (Obama; our president has set the clock ticking again, minutes to Midnight.)
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To: tlb

J.D. made some stupid decisions over advertising to boost his career, and we get stuck with an uncouth idiot like McCain again. Please Arizona, give us a break. If you don’t like J.D., get someone better in six years. McCain is just chasing the cameras to the next presidential election. He is determined to screw us over again.


14 posted on 07/06/2010 12:13:25 AM PDT by pallis
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To: tlb
This poll is of ARIZONA republicans. They know that Hayworth has too much baggage and would be an easy target for attacks.

It's just a damn shame no one stepped up with a better history to get rid of McLame for the rest of the country. If I was from Arizona, I'd have a hard time voting FOR Hayworth. My choices would be about who I would vote against. Right now I guess I'd punch the box next to Hayworth, but it really would be with one hand holding my nose.

15 posted on 07/06/2010 12:21:26 AM PDT by Jackson Brown
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To: pallis
There won't be anyone better after the vile smear campaign that McCain has run, no one who can win will subject themselves to that.

Arizona voters prove over, and over that they are stupid, I suspect that they are about to prove it again.

16 posted on 07/06/2010 12:22:31 AM PDT by c-b 1 (Reporting from behind enemy lines, in occupied AZTLAN.)
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To: no dems

Excuse me. This is a bogus charge. I just saw recently more than once Fred Thompson hawking reverse mortgages.

Are the voters going to allow the same old bs to work as it always does and turn against JD. They pull this same trick everytime? This kind of BS makes me furious. Just look at how McCain is willing to sell the voters and America out at every turn.

If you want to buy into this POS trick over and over do it on your own time; not the voters or America.

Vote the RINOS out or get lost.


17 posted on 07/06/2010 12:24:26 AM PDT by freekitty (Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to vote for)
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To: freekitty

Let me say it one more time.

Quit allowing the RINOS and Lefties to get away with this POS trick. That’s all it is.

You want real change. Get the RINOS and Lefties out of office. McCain has already screwed things up enough especially when he was selected not by us to run against that POS in the WH.

Stand up and fight.


18 posted on 07/06/2010 12:29:04 AM PDT by freekitty (Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to vote for)
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To: tlb
Hayworth is the punch line and McCain is the joke.

McCain's Ties with Vietnam, Special US Report, No. 143
Letter from Sen. John McCain (R-Az.) to Roman Catholic Bishops and Letter of Response
U.S. Secretary of the Navy Asked to Recall McCain's Medals
Is the Media Pulling a Clinton for McCain?
When laws are broken, somebody's got to be punished. In the case of Cindy McCain, that somebody is..
McCain-Feingold Bill (S. 26) Why the Media REALLY Loves McCain So Much
MCCAIN'S COUP DE MAIN (a must read)
What John McCain Did To REAL Vietnam War Heroes....
Does McCain Oppose Free Speech? As early as 1997, the National Right to Life Committee Thought So
A "Flying Squad" Of Returned POWs Are Protecting McCain's Image
McCain may win, but can he govern? (See his nastiness and hypocrisy for yourself)
John McCain: The Manchurian Candidate
Keyes Raps McCain as 'Not Pro-Life'
Key Bush Backers Attack McCain As "Disingenuous"
MCCAIN: MY $UPPORTERS KNOW I'M AGAINST THEM
Right to Life Committee Takes On 'Emperor McCain'
John McCain: American Pilots were WAR CRIMINALS!
Assured Elsewhere, McCain Worries in Arizona
'REFORMER' McCAIN APPEARS TARNISHED
JOHN MCCAIN: FAITHFUL GUARDIAN OF THE STATUS QUO
Humorists Are Uneasy Mocking McCain, but Dote on George W.
What's With This Guy? Washington Elites View McCain Warily
McCain Is Seen As the Anti-W (IMP
Bush-McCain pits Old Guard vs. GOP Turks
Conservative group gives McCain high ratings
Comparison of Tax Plans from Bush and McCain Shows Great Similarities, Great Differences
McCain Consultant Works for Planned Parenthood
McCain inflames tobacco country
The more I read, the more it looks like McCain is a Clinton clone and Arizona = Arkansas
Confronting a crusade: Gloria Borger on McCain's vulnerability on the issues
Did the Communists see McCain as a "progressive thinker"?
McCain Gets Good Copy with Good Reason
McCain: Should this traitor be our next President? McCain:
Democrats Said They Would Vote For McCain To Make Bush Look Bad
Was McCain a Collaborator While a Vietnam POW?
THE LIFE STORY OF ARIZONA'S MAVERICK SENATOR; MCCAIN
The early years (McCain)
McCain seems to lack a philosophical core
Vets Attack McCain's Military Record
Manchurian Candidate McCain: Release your POW files!
McCain wife 'pins' hopes on Hillary
Tobacco Ally Takes on McCain
Reform Party Casts an Eye on a McCain-Bradley Ticket
Sen. McCain Wants To Be President Check-out his unpresidential credentials
Full Insight Article: McCain's Wife wears Hillary Pin: Hillary' Friends Attack Catholic Church
Veterans Group Attacks McCain's Voting Record

19 posted on 07/06/2010 12:29:08 AM PDT by TigersEye (Greenhouse Theory is false. Totally debunked. "GH gases" is a non-sequitur.)
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To: freekitty

There are a lot of RINO trolls here these days. The Abramoff accusations are bogus too. It is amazing how many so-called conservatives are working with 0blahblah to bring down this country.


20 posted on 07/06/2010 12:31:13 AM PDT by TigersEye (Greenhouse Theory is false. Totally debunked. "GH gases" is a non-sequitur.)
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To: Jackson Brown

Right now I guess I’d punch the box next to Hayworth, but it really would be with one hand holding my nose.

********************

With three solitary exceptions, I have been voting that way for over 20 years now.


21 posted on 07/06/2010 12:34:53 AM PDT by Psalm 144 (How many Michael Steele gaffes does it take to make a pattern?)
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To: Rummyfan

Good God why doesn’t someone from the Hayworth camp put together a synopsis of the damage that McCain has done to the country with his philophies and alliances.

There’s plenty of material to work with there.

The infomercial is NOTHING.


22 posted on 07/06/2010 12:46:36 AM PDT by Outlaw Woman (Blessed Is The Nation Whose God is the Lord. Psalm 33:12)
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To: tlb; Jim Robinson; stephenjohnbanker; All

The official position of FR AND it’s Founder Jim Robinson is that J.D. Hayworth is the REAL conservative candidate, John McCain is an effin’ traitor, and anyone who isn’t willing to stand up against 6 more years of America being screwed by McStain and his cronies with their 0bama-enabling statist policies should GTF outta here.

It ain’t over until it’s over, RINO apologists, weak sisters and McCainiac trolls not withstanding.


23 posted on 07/06/2010 1:07:44 AM PDT by mkjessup (Do you support John McCain? If so, you're an effin' IDIOT! He's nothing but '0bama-lite'.)
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To: mkjessup

Crap.

I don’t know much about JD, but I am so sick of McCain I would have preferred almost anyone to him.


24 posted on 07/06/2010 1:37:47 AM PDT by Ronin
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To: mkjessup

>>> The official position of FR AND it’s Founder Jim Robinson is that J.D. Hayworth is the REAL conservative candidate, John McCain is an effin’ traitor, and anyone who isn’t willing to stand up against 6 more years of America being screwed by McStain and his cronies with their 0bama-enabling statist policies should GTF outta here.

If the official position of FR is to engage in the delusion that Hayworth is winning, knock yourself out. But he isn’t, he never was, and other then McCain perhaps suffering a stroke before the election there was never any coherent reason to expect he would. Some times the real world intrudes.

If there was ever an election McCain could have been taken, this was it. But to do so you needed a candidate who can deliver more then wishful thinking. Offering a candidate the voters could take seriously would have been a good first step. McCain has no such opposition and you see the results. Address your complaints to the Arizona tea party and associates.


25 posted on 07/06/2010 1:54:54 AM PDT by tlb
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To: Ronin
mcccain is PRO-amnesty and that will kill America forever.

JD is against all types of amnesty and not a traitor like mccain.

26 posted on 07/06/2010 1:57:28 AM PDT by newfreep (Palin/DeMint 2012 - Bolton: Secy of State)
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To: SoCalPol

Do you really want to compare the illegal immigration records of McAmnesty and JD? McCain has zero credibility on the issue. Zero.

JD is good on the 2nd Amendment as well...I was in a 2nd Amendment with JD.

Why the NRA endorsed Juan is anybody’s guess, but the GOA has endorsed JD!

Given some of the NRA’s picks...I’ll go with the word of the GOA.


27 posted on 07/06/2010 1:59:26 AM PDT by stilloftyhenight (Don't make me use uppercase.)
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To: J Edgar

Then you should probably hear what the people of Arizona are saying with their support for McCain. Out-of-staters can whine all they want, but Arizonans are very put out with JD for his infomercial. Throwing his support to a company that was later castigated by 26 Attorneys General as well as the revelation by McCain’s campaign of the very generous earmarks JD supported and voted for, have served to tank JD. And you can’t blame the people of Arizona, some of whom tried to take advantage of the government grants spoken of by JD, and the many who are ticked by the earmarks. Then added to all this is the disastrous campaign that JD has waged, in part because he has had very little money to work with because he jumped into the race without taking time to raise funds. Personally, I’m sorry that JD is without hope. His family and my family have attended the same church. JD is a great man. But the mistakes he’s made are unfortunate. It’s not the National Review or the NRA that are going to beat JD. It is he himself. And you guys’ bravado is not going to make one bit of difference.


28 posted on 07/06/2010 2:21:23 AM PDT by righttackle44 (I may not be much, but I raised a United States Marine.)
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To: SoCalPol

Since when is it a crime to carry a firearm on national forest lands???

I do it all the time.

Ed


29 posted on 07/06/2010 2:43:15 AM PDT by Sir_Ed
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To: tlb
It was McCain, either directly or tacitly, cutting a deal with Obama’s supporters which enabled Obama to run for president. McCain was defended in at least one of the law suits challenging his eligibility by Kirkland and Ellis partner, Christopher Landau. Kirkland and Ellis senior partners sat on Obama’s campaign committee. Kirkland's Landau had his legal assistant, Sarah Herilhy, write a Kent Law Review paper in 2005 assailing the natural born citizen provision of the Constitution. Setting the stage to have McCain provide cover for Obama appears to have been initiated at least three years before the last election.

The movers in the Senate Judiciary Committee, Pat Leahy and Claire McCaskill, sponsored a bill, Senate Res. 511, to create the mis-impression that McCain, because of their pronouncement, was eligible to run for president - that he was a natural born citizen. The resolution was meaningless, and was only created in April of 2008 because McCaskill’s earlier effort. Senate Bill 2678, failed to get anywhere. It was very specifically created to provide cover for McCain. Obama’s principle supporters were all working for McCain. S.2678 was “... a bill to clarify the law and ensure that children born to United States citizens while serving overseas in the military are eligible to become President.” The only ways to modify an article of the Constitution are a Constitutional Convention or an amendment. Every Senator knows that, but most voters sadly don't. The Senate wouldn't play that game. So the February 2008 Bill became the April 2008 Resolution 511. They could safely say that The Maverick was surely a patriot, and the Constitution really should allow McCain to become president. Was the fix in from the beginning? Was McCain a willing participant?

Since McCain was the Republican candidate the Republicans remained silent about Obama’s blatant ineligibility. Obama was so confident that the fix was in that he proclaimed on his own website, fightthesmears.com, that he was born a British subject because his father was a British subject. His defense was very clever. He broadcast his ineligibility, knowing that McCain's candidacy would make all the Republicans complicit. After not objecting they could only maintain their silence and hope the ignorance of citizens would last until they forgot. The full cooperation of the press, with their "birther" campaign, helped considerably.

McCain was the most important component of Obama’s ascendancy to the White House. Without McCain there are legislators who would have asked about Obama’s eligibility, at least demanding a clarification by the Supreme Court. Orrin Hatch had launched an Article II Section 1 Amendment effort in 2003 to try to make a Schwarzenegger run possible. McCain had six congressional hearings about his natural born citizen problem. Some honest Democratic law professors explained why McCain is ineligible - Geoffrey Chin, Steven Tonchin. Why else was Claire McCaskill trying to pass a law proclaiming the children of citizens in the military, born overseas eligible to run for president. They all knew.

McCain is as responsible for what is happening to our country as Obama, perhaps more so. Obama doesn't believe our Constitution is still relevant. McCain claims he does, and is unique in having the standing behind which our courts are now hiding as they protect Obama from having his eligibility examined in the context of what rigor and honesty remains in our judicial system. Whether avarice or a childish feeling of entitlement, McCain has had the power to stop the destruction of our republic. He has shown his character, not just by his running, but by allowing the sham to continue as families bankrupted, jobs continue to disappear, and our military is savaged. We knew who Obama was, we who saw who his associates were. McCain is far the more dangerous because he drapes himself in the trappings of the patriot POW, as he limits our freedom of speech, opens borders, partners with criminals (Keating 5). Not demanding acknowledging Obama's jus sanguinis - citizen parents - violation, a violation he allowed to benefit himself, is almost the definition of sedition.

John McCain swore an oath to obey and defend the Constitution, both as as a Naval Officer and a Senator. He is violating his oath today. He is a disgrace to our country and to the Navy. He holds his office only through the ignorance of his constituents who do not know that the first and last time a statute was attempted to make the children of military born overseas eligible for the presidency was in 1790. The 1790 Nationality Act was not constitutional, and was reversed in 1795. That 1790 act is the core of the argument used by Obama's constitutional law professor, the plagiarist who was protected by Elena Kagen from sanctions by Harvard and possible prosecution, Larry Tribe. Larry and Ted Olson, the Ted Olson trying to overthrow California's referendum affirming marriage between a man and woman, supporting McCain's eligibility. Tribe and Olson are playing cheap political gamesmanship with their presumed knowledge of the Constitution, and their vaunted positions. They are shills for those who "turn to Mao for inspiration."

Many others have attempted to get Article II Section 1 cl. 5 amended, as McCaskill did in February of 2008, but no one has succeeded, perhaps because the protecting the security of our republic is not a privilege of citizenship. No one has a right to rule this country. John Jay, who initiated the requirement that the president and vice president be “born in the country of citizen parents” explained his concerns in the first four Federalist Papers. He was our first Chief Justice. Our third Chief Justice, John Marshall, confirmed the definition, as did two more Chief Justices, Waite and Hughes, along with the author of the 14th Amendment, John Bingham, in his pre-amendment speech to the Joint Session of Congress in 1866.

John McCain, whether or not he defeats J.D. Hayworth, has knowingly subverted the Constitution, and should accordingly be charged with sedition. Until we no longer pretend to be a representative republic, it doesn't matter how many vote for him. We have survived because we are governed by laws rather than clever mandarins or Chicago mobsters. Obama has made no secret of his Czars, never claimed to be a natural born citizen, and surrounded himself with socialists and communists. At least he is honest about the dreams he inherited from his father, the Marxist Muslim seeking to replace Christianity with Islam and Sharia law in Kenya. He counted on our lack of familiarity with our Constitution. He counted on the lack of courage of our legislators (only Congressman Nathan Deal of Georgia had the courage to ask, and almost immediately found himself facing ethics charges, which would have bankrupted him and ended his political life. He resigned to run for Governor)

Barack appears to share his father's dreams, which is exactly why philosophers from Aristotle, Cicero, Leibniz, Grotius, Pufendorf, Wolf, and the editor of the volumes of Law of Nature and of Nations, Emer de Vattel, chosen by Thomas Jefferson as the first text for our first law school at William and Mary in 1779, and the most quoted legal source in U.S. jurisprudence for the next forty years at least. They all counseled that the most pure form of citizenship was found in those “born on the soil of citizen parents.” The phrase has the same meaning, whether referred to a “natural born citizenship,” “native,” “naturale or indigene.”

30 posted on 07/06/2010 2:57:30 AM PDT by Spaulding
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To: tlb

Palins not stop support of Mclame has all but assured his reelection... thanks Sarah.


31 posted on 07/06/2010 3:11:42 AM PDT by wyowolf ("we were the winners , cause we didn't know we could fail.")
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To: Rummyfan; J Edgar

If I lived in AZ I would definitely vote for JD but the other day I read here in FR a poster (forget his name) who claims to be working for JD and working hard for him and that poster also claims that he doesn’t see much hope, that the people of AZ like to have McCain in DC because of the “attention he brings them”.

Pretty depressing, but probably true.


32 posted on 07/06/2010 3:35:19 AM PDT by samtheman
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To: J Edgar

How anyone can call John McCain treasonous is beyond me. A RINO, sure. A traitor? No way. The man spent five years in POW camp. That covers over a lot of “sin” in my book.


33 posted on 07/06/2010 3:43:31 AM PDT by BuckeyeTexan (There are those that break and bend. I'm the other kind.)
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To: wyowolf
Palins not stop support of Mclame has all but assured his reelection... thanks Sarah.

Which is why I have not and will not support her.

Thanks, Sarah indeed! You've served to help re-elect the disease rather than seek the cure for what ails the republican party.

34 posted on 07/06/2010 3:47:59 AM PDT by meyer (Big government is the enemy of freedom.)
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To: tlb

Voting for McCain is a big mistake. He is telling lies just to get elected again. So what if JD id not very good. You throw him out if he does poorly.


35 posted on 07/06/2010 3:48:53 AM PDT by bmwcyle (Communism has arrived in Washington)
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To: BuckeyeTexan
The man spent five years in POW camp.

And apparently learned a few things from his captors.

36 posted on 07/06/2010 3:49:56 AM PDT by meyer (Big government is the enemy of freedom.)
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To: tlb

McCain used a water pistol against Obama and using WMD against Hayworth?

Very strange.


37 posted on 07/06/2010 4:00:26 AM PDT by sodpoodle (Despair - Man's surrender. Laughter - God's redemption)
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To: tlb
JD isn't perfect, who is, but one bad infomercial compared to all the damage McCain has done to the nation and to the Constitutionally guaranteed freedoms we enjoy? McCain should be an easy target...
38 posted on 07/06/2010 4:05:31 AM PDT by GBA (Resistance is Constitutional!)
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To: righttackle44; mkjessup; AuntB; Liz; All

” Then you should probably hear what the people of Arizona are saying with their support for McCain. Out-of-staters can whine all they want, but Arizonans are very put out with JD for his infomercial.”

You are so full of $hit, I’ll bet your eyes are brown. Nobody here has even brought it up. As for crooks, McCain loves them. He and his wife are friends with with a mafia-type gangster in Kosovo, and McCain pals around with local gangsters as well. Now get lost dude!


39 posted on 07/06/2010 4:05:39 AM PDT by stephenjohnbanker (Support our Troops, and vote out the RINOS!)
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To: tlb
Address your complaints to the Arizona tea party and associates.

And let's not forget Team Sarah and her non-stop efforts to drag McCain over the finish line. If McCain does manage to hold on to his Senate seat, we will have Sarah to thank for it, and she will bear responsibility for each and every sort of RINO crap that comes out of McStain for the next 6 years, or whenever he croaks off, whichever comes first.
40 posted on 07/06/2010 4:06:26 AM PDT by mkjessup (Do you support John McCain? If so, you're an effin' IDIOT! He's nothing but '0bama-lite'.)
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To: sodpoodle

” McCain used a water pistol against Obama and using WMD against Hayworth? “

Not strange at all. McCain has outspent Hayworth 6 million to 500 thousand.

12 to 1


41 posted on 07/06/2010 4:07:22 AM PDT by stephenjohnbanker (Support our Troops, and vote out the RINOS!)
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To: tlb
Sounds like somebody is trying to sway public opinion to me.
Kind of like calling Florida before the polls close.
42 posted on 07/06/2010 4:08:13 AM PDT by philman_36 (Pride breakfasted with plenty, dined with poverty, and supped with infamy. Benjamin Franklin)
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To: TigersEye

I agree with you. I bet a lot of them work for RINOS like McCain. That is his style.


43 posted on 07/06/2010 4:09:53 AM PDT by freekitty (Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to vote for)
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To: stephenjohnbanker

McCain was told to use a water pistol against Obama. Who knows why?

Of course, that pig, Hillary, is loving it. It’s playing right into her hands.


44 posted on 07/06/2010 4:11:46 AM PDT by freekitty (Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to vote for)
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To: bmwcyle

If you want to know how Juan McCain really thinks and feels, and how he really wants to act but can’t at the moment, watch his human puppet in action, Lindsay Grahamnesty, who behind the scenes is taking his marching orders from McCain.


45 posted on 07/06/2010 4:12:00 AM PDT by flaglady47 (To bastardize Samuel Johnson, tyranny is the last refuge of scoundrels)
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To: tlb
You mean the PRESS.... the MEDIA, who has been so ACCURATE and UNBIASED all these years.... THEY say something about McCain / Hayworth?

Well, then. I just better believe it.

46 posted on 07/06/2010 4:12:07 AM PDT by Lazamataz
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To: wyowolf

” Palins not stop support of Mclame has all but assured his reelection... thanks Sarah. “

Fact.


47 posted on 07/06/2010 4:13:35 AM PDT by stephenjohnbanker (Support our Troops, and vote out the RINOS!)
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To: freekitty

No kidding.


48 posted on 07/06/2010 4:17:34 AM PDT by stephenjohnbanker (Support our Troops, and vote out the RINOS!)
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To: Ronin

The whole country felt that way and that’s how we got Obama.


49 posted on 07/06/2010 4:20:13 AM PDT by rabidralph
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To: stephenjohnbanker

Maybe I was too obtuse.

My point being; McCain could have used more ammunition against Obama - why didn’t he?


50 posted on 07/06/2010 4:31:05 AM PDT by sodpoodle (Despair - Man's surrender. Laughter - God's redemption)
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