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 self 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.
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.
Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Thursday, April 30, 2009 – Idiotic Publicity Shot of Air Force One Shows Obama’s Love For The Camera
- Dana recaps and opines on the Air Force One photo shoot fiasco as outlined on Scared Monkeys earlier this week.
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Meet: Shawn Tyler Skelton.
Queens, NY– Police are scouring the scene for clues in a 43rdSt Queens apartment Michelle Lee, 24, shared with her roomate who is also a criminalist for the NYPD. Lee’s roomate was out of town last weekend until Sunday evening and upon her return she assumed Lee was asleep.
Scare Force One: $328,835 to Taxpayers to Terrify New York City in Fly Over … Feds Knew it Would Cause Panic
Obama Transparency … Feds Knew NYC Flyover Would Cause Panic … Did it any how.
As President Barack Obama tell American to cut costs and states that he will order government departments to cut a paltry $100 million … the low-altitude flight for a publicity-photo shoot and one of the most ignorant, stupid and moronic stunts ever by any Administration cost tax payers $328,835.
The Feds knew the flyover would cause panic and they did it any how, NICE!
Not only did this stunt cause wide spread panic in Manhattan as visions of September 11, 2001 were brought back to vivid reality as people fled their office buildings in fear of a terrorist attack. This most ignorant act was a waste of tax payers money and an obvious misuse and inappropriate use of Department of Defense resources. It appears that President Obama was in the dark regarding the entire matter and vows that “It was a mistake and It will not happen again.” REALLY? Too late Barack, the screw up already occurred and the genie is out of the bottle. As Michelle Malkin states, just another in a long line a incompetent events and actions that took place during Obama’s first 100 days.
“It was a mistake,” Obama said today before a meeting at FBI headquarters in Washington. “It will not happen again.”
The incident continued to reverberate in New York and Washington today with two senators demanding an accounting of how the flight was approved, its cost and procedures aimed at avoiding a repeat.