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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Chris Simcox For Senate(AZ)!

WOW! This is GREAT news!
At last a real Conservative American to challenge the RINO McCain!
Simcox is the past President of The Minutemen... The group of volunteers that protected our border with Mexico.

If I lived in Arizona, you could bet your life, for Senator, I'd be voting for Chris Simcox!

From his website:
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.

The citizen volunteer Minuteman effort led by Chris Simcox over the pastseven years has had a dramatic effect in bringing attention to the unlawful entry of drug and human traffickers over our porous borders and coastal boundaries.

These relentless, grassroots volunteers not only helped force our government to increase the overall number of Border Patrol agents dispatched to the U.S. / Mexico border, they also helped win the fight to begin construction of a 700 mile border fence, assisted Border Patrol with the apprehension of aliens illegally entering the U.S. from all over the world and directly caused the confiscation of tons of drugs destined for communities across the United States.

Chris Simcox and the Minutemen have done more than anyone in bringing attention to the embarrassing and deadly disgrace our southern border has become. Chris will be an unwavering supporter of strong border security in the Senate.

Now, seven years after having established the MCDC Minuteman movement as a leading organization for increased border security and illegal immigration reform, Chris Simcox continues to lead the law and order charge.

Along with other noteworthy advocates, Chris has continued his work at our state capitol, having successfully advocated for passage of Arizona's Fair & Legal Employment Act Initiative in 2008.

The initiative prohibits employers from knowingly and intentionally hiring undocumented workers by requiring the utilization of the Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration's e-verify internet based system to electronically verify employment eligibility. This simple step helps create more jobs for hardworking Arizonans.

As the bread-winner for a young Arizona family, Chris Simcox is resolute that Washington, D.C. must adhere to a balanced budget just like Arizonans do each and every day. The bureaucrats and politicians need to stop the spending binge as their approach of choice to get our economy on the right track.

Chris believes that politicians need to get out of the way and let American ingenuity work to mend the economic problems that big government programs helped create. When government programs forced banks to loan money to people to buy a house when they could not afford to pay for them, the economic catastrophe began in earnest.

More bureaucrats and politicians trying to force outcomes will not fix this nation's economic problems -- it will only make matters worse.

Chris is the candidate who understands that bailouts are not the answer.The housing and financial crisis in America can be fixed, but not by borrowing money from foreign governments and saddling our children and grandchildren with the debt. Government needs to get out of the way and let America's great entrepreneurial spirit thrive.

Chris would consider some of the more creative solutions, like one bill introduced by a Texas congressman that would suspend individuals paying federal income taxes for the better part of a year. This approach would cost less than the so-called stimulus bill and would do more to stimulate the economy than government could do by putting money back into the hands ofthe hard-working American people who earned it in the first place.

More than 60% of the over $1 trillion "stimulus" money will not spend until 2011 and beyond, so it is not too late to stop the insanity by sending representatives to Washington who will fight to stop this reckless behavior.

If you elect Chris Simcox to the United States Senate, he will help get America back on the right track while looking out for the interests of Arizonans from all walks of life and cultural backgrounds.

Chris has proven to folks across America that once he sets his mind on a goal, he comes up with the right solution. Numerous private and public leaders from across the Great State of Arizona have encouraged Chris to run for the United States Senate in 2010. Sending a common sense, conservative leader to Washington, D.C., is what's desperately needed at this critical time in our nation's history.

I like it! Go Chris!
And for all of you folks from 'The Grand Canyon State', get to the polls and vote for Chris Simcox!

Here's what Ben Smith from Politico had to say about Mr. Simcox v. McCain:
McCain facing 2010 primary
Ben Smith's Blog
Social conservatives tolerated John McCain as the party's nominee, but never trusted him, and he now appears to be facing a serious primary from the right in Arizona next year.

Chris Simcox, the founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps and a prominent figure in the movement to clamp down on illegal immigration, will announcing tomorrow at an event on the Mexican border that he's resigned from the group to run in the 2010 Senate primary.

From a forthcoming release:
"John McCain has failed miserably in his duty to secure this nation's borders and protect the people of Arizona from the escalating violence and lawlessness," Simcox said. "He has fought real efforts over the years at every turn, opting to hold our nation's border security hostage to his amnesty schemes. Coupled with his votes for reckless bailout spending and big government solutions to our nation's problems, John McCain is out of touch with everyday Arizonans. Enough is enough."

McCain was forced to abandon his own immigration reform legislation during last year's Republican Primary, a move that may have cost him substantial Hispanic support to which his record could have given him access.
So he's basically getting it from both sides on this one.

Simcox, with a national base and a high profile on the right, is well positioned to give McCain a serious local headache. He'll find some allies among the conservatives who recently took over the Arizona Republican Party from McCain's allies, and he has a national fundraising base.


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