Minuteman Project Co-founder Chris Simcox Will Take on John McCain for Arizona Senate Seat in GOP Primary


As the US economy continues to falter, American continue to lose jobs and Americans find them Chris_Simcoxself paying taxes on hospital and educations services provided to illegal immigrants … enter Chris Simcox to the political stage and his bid for the Arizona Senate seat held by incumbent John McCain.

Minuteman Project co-founder and anti-illegal immigration activist Chris Simcox has made it official and he he take on incumbent Republican Senator from Arizona John McCain in the 2010 GOP Primary. Simcox has stated that he looks to offer the people of Arizona an alternative to John McCain who has been wrong about immigration, wrong on border security, and he has attacked our First Amendment rights with campaign finance reform. As Simcox stated,  “he has acted like a big government bully.”

Illegal immigration will be one of the central themes of Simcox’s campaign against McCain, who in 2006 spearheaded an effort to reform immigration laws that was panned by critics as “amnesty” for illegal immigrants currently in the country.

Simcox said his campaign has already received donations from across the country.

Chris Simcox for Senate web page – learn all about the candidate and his political positions.

It’s time to help put Arizona and America back on the right track by electing Chris Simcox to represent the Great State of Arizona in the United States Senate. As a grassroots, border security activist and founder of the original Minuteman Civil Defense Corps (MCDC), Chris has done more to make Arizona a safer and better place to live than most of the sanctimonious career politicians in Washington, D.C.

 If you are for the First and Second Amendments and if you are for protecting our borders from all illegal emigration … Chris Simcox might just not be your “Minute” man but your man of the hour and the next Senator from Arizona.

UPDATE I: Minuteman Project Co-founder Chris Simcox will be interviewed tonight at 9pm et on Scared Monkeys Radio on The Dana Pretzer Show.

We have had numerous appearances by MinuteMan members over the years and tonight we are honored to have Chris Simcox take the the time to come on Scared Monkeys radio.

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  • Comments

    11 Responses to “Minuteman Project Co-founder Chris Simcox Will Take on John McCain for Arizona Senate Seat in GOP Primary”

    1. nurturer on April 30th, 2009 10:31 am

      Good! Send McCain to join the Dems, where he belongs.

    2. SUPER DAVE on April 30th, 2009 11:51 am

      yes, and i commend the democrats on their purchase of the parasite Arlene Specter.
      he has been described by both parites as a self centered jewish crook.
      he was a RINO. republican in name only and only seeks to extend his political career. he has known for some time that he had on chance for re-election with the republican party.
      he has been named one of the top people in the coverup of the assination of JFK. so thank you democrats, he’s yours now.

    3. Jason on April 30th, 2009 12:23 pm

      WOW SuperDave

      First–It is Arlen–not Arlene.
      Second– What does him being Jewish have to do with anything?
      Third-Do you want to be part of the lunatic fringe of the party.Do you just want to exclude as many people as possible from the Republican Party?Do you think that going to the extreme right in a state with 35% Hispanic population is going to help the Republicans?

      Just a thought

    4. SUPER DAVE on April 30th, 2009 1:13 pm

      JASON: junior,if you can read, surf the net about your boy arlene. don’t come to me for all your answers. i did not call your name and raise your hand before you speak.
      must you always have a craving to be put in your place like the other children ?
      if you continue to call me out, be prepared to receive worse.
      when you demmies state your opinion, it’s just a mistake. when we make a statement it’s considered racist or hatred, get a life boy and leave me be. and how much did arlene cost you to defect ?

    5. St Stephen on April 30th, 2009 3:23 pm

      Jason -

      It should be apparent that the one weho goes by the moniker of super dave is either:

      1. QRM to be ignored while reading the other posts that actually have intelligible human substance worthy of viewing, or,

      2. actually an agent provocateur sent by the radical wing of the democrats to send out disinformation and false impressions of true conservatives to others on this good board.

    6. Jason on April 30th, 2009 3:32 pm

      i just pointed out that the fact that he is jewish is irrelevant.thanks for putting me in my place super dave…i doesnt know how to reads boy.you are so smart. please teach me more of your right wing rantings.tell me about that black baby that the jews and the pope sent to the whitehouse.paranoid freak…..please dont embarass me anymore with your superior knowledge.im so sorry superdave…you are among the great thinkers of our time
      SuperDave the rube genius from the backwoods of appalachia

    7. St Stephen on April 30th, 2009 3:53 pm

      Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. John McCain, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal – National Council for a New America.

      This is a good start for Republicans to gain grassroots support for Senate and House races and the 2012 White House.

    8. Waterboy on April 30th, 2009 10:30 pm

      Suites me, all old horses have to be put out to pasture sometime.

      If not, they start stinking and pooping all over the place, and might even fall on a better horse and hurt it.

      Sure, I voted for John. I voted for Mike Huckabee in the primary, however.


    9. Waterboy on April 30th, 2009 10:33 pm

      John is about as exciting as a ten-year-old toothbrush.

      Isn’t it about time to buy a new one?


    10. Waterboy on April 30th, 2009 10:37 pm

      Don’t get me wrong, I’d take a ten-year-old toothbrush over one I had to share with the people down the street any day. The, “share the wealth” thing doesn’t quite work for me.


    11. sue eighmy on November 13th, 2009 12:06 pm

      John needs to be put out to pasture along with Specture. They have been there long enough to make plenty of money and learn to lie with the best. It’s all about staying in power. To hell with the country. Send them to Mexico with all their money. Maybe they can help the poor there.

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