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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

BETRAYED

I am incensed at the passage today of the "Gang of 8" senate immigration bill from committee.  I am especially incensed at Jeff Flake, who posed as a conservative and now has sold out, as McCain has.

As far as I am concerned, they both have joined Raul "Boycott Arizona" Grijalva in the Traitor category.

I tried to call Flake, but not-so-surprisingly, his voice message machine was full!  I didn't even bother with McCain.  It is not useless to call or email them, however, and if you're as angry as I am, here's where you can vent:

Sen. Jeff Flake
(202) 224-4521
Contact: www.flake.senate.gov/contact.cfm

Sen. John McCain
(202) 224-2235
Contact: http://www.mccain.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Contact.ContactForm

Tags: Immigration, Gang of 8, Jeff Flake, John McCain, Raul "Boycott Arizona" Grijalva.  Please mention / link to the Conservative Observer AZ. Thanks!

11 comments:

  1. Now we'll see how the bill does with a full debate. I felt that irrespective it would leave committee. I'm not certain of all of the provisions of the bill. I expect that it's something I'm going to have to spend some time reading.

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    1. People are comparing it to the amnesty granted by Reagan in 1986, which by most accounts flooded the country but did nothing to secure the borders. Bad decision.
      I also hate giving in to crybabies judt on general principle.

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  2. A fleet of buses, in the long run, would be cheaper. I as you, am fed up with politicians bowing down to the "Law Breakers". Deport the "Law Breakers" and the Politicians who love them.

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    1. Rule of law seems to mean less and less to this administration, if it ever meant anything at all. They lie, cheat, take no responsibility when caught, and have no compunction about repeating the cycle.

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  3. Gee, yet another so-called "conservative" sold us out. Color me 57 shades of shocked. (/sarc)

    This is why, when people make noises about "2014" or "2016" or "take back the __________" or give any indication that they think we're going to vote our way out of this...I laugh and laugh and laugh.

    Either we'll get another obvious RINO, a closet RINO, or the Dems will cheat their way to victory without any meaningful consequence. And if we actually get a real conservative, they'll be squashed flat by the DC Machine(see Palin, West et al.)

    In the fight to save America, the ballot box has been rendered useless. The sooner everyone gets that through their heads, the batter.

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  4. Traitors to true constitutional values, Jeff Flake, dumb ass RINO like McCain. I hate all of them and this will open the floodgates even worse ensuring millions of LIV's, low information voters who just want their free stuff and let gubbermint take care of them from cradle to grave. (spit)

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  5. McCain and Flake are not the blame here, nor can anyone claim that it is a surprise; this is McCain's SECOND trip down amnesty lane. It is the overwhelming number of Arizona Republican primary voters who installed them OVER staunch ENFORCEMENT candidates. I will now vote Democratic in state and congressional races for the rest of my life. I look forward to the day when my votes, coupled with libs and invading Mexicans, will stop any Republican from seeing the light of day. Arizona Republican voters and their party can burn in hell.

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    1. Not a very intelligent reason to decide your next votes. I get that you feel powerless, that your vote means nothing to these people. But when nobody is holding up the standards you believe it, betraying your own values is the ultimate betrayal. While I, and others are presumably as angry and BETRAYED as you feel, voting Idiot party does nothing.

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    2. 2010: McCain-284,374 Hayworth-162,502 / 2012: Flake-249,877 Cardon-74,342

      And you call the Democrats idiots. Just exactly how many conclusions can you draw from these numbers?

      1. Arizona Republican voters are the main cog in the country club, cheap labor aristocracy machine?

      2. The majority of Arizona Republican voters are more ignorant than any Democratic voter that ever lived?

      3. Hayworth and Cardon (and Pearce) were bigots, racists, and xenophobes who deserved their resounding defeats?

      4. The 2012 Republican Party Platform was bigoted, racist, and xenophobic and was REJECTED by kind-hearted and compassionate Arizona Republican voters?

      How much intelligence is required to blame the results on "big campaign dollars" or the Club For Growth? How about laying Wil Cardon's defeat on Clair Van Steenwyk (20,573)? I've seen it all. My absolute favorite is "I just couldn't bring myself to vote for a Democrat." Spoken like true party mongers. Marathon whining for 6-year stretches and re-chewing your cud over and over will produce a different result; just wait until 2014! er...would you believe 2016?

      There will NEVER be a viable CONSERVATIVE party until the GOP is killed dead. Fortunately, their GREED is the poison which will soon accomplish that goal. There is no antidote. Their will be no reprieve.

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    3. So because you don’t get the candidates you want because they’re not conservative enough, you are going to go all the way to the opposite end of the scale and peg yourself there. Yeah, brilliant.

      Idiot.

      Why don’t you look beyond the end of your nose and try to benefit society instead of sucking your thumb, throwing a tantrum, and joining the democrats. You are the kind of asshole who probably voted for Obama because you couldn’t get Ron Paul on the ticket.

      Idiot.

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