Stealing A House Seat In Arizona

Posted October 22nd, 2010 by Iron Mike

As a result of shifting populations the 2000 Census created a new congressional district in southwest Arizona.  The AZ 7th runs along 250 miles of the Mexican border from Yuma and the California border east past Nogales and north through Tucson to the outskirts of Phoenix.  

In 2002 Raúl Grijalva of Tucson won the seat.  Raúl is a committed Socialist masquerading as a ‘Progressive Democrat’.

Would you be surprised to learn that the major drug and illegal immigrant smuggling superhighway runs through Pima and Pinal counties in Raúl’s district – generally west of Interstate 10?   We’ve profiled Raúl before and it wasn’t pretty.  Now in a bitter fight to keep his seat,  certain ‘labor unions’ are helping – by finding thousands of new Hispanic voters – at the last minute.

The Yuma Sun reports that the groups Mi Familia Vota and One Arizona came in on the last day with 3000 voter registration forms.  AND, they all requested early ballots.  Hmmm. 

This is classic Marx, Alinsky, and Cloward & Piven; – “overwhelm the system and force it to break down”.  Surprised?  Think it may be happening in your town and your district?

So are you shocked to learn that 65% were found by the Yuma County Recorder’s office to be invalid?  Instead of 3000 extra votes, poor Raúl can only get 1050.  Drat! 

Now why would Raúl be so desperate for extra votes this year?  Maybe because this pro-Obama socialist is up against a real rocket scientist?  I kinda like Ruth McClung

Go Ruth!

   /s/  Iron Mike
   Old Soldier, – Still Good for Parts! 

[Full disclosure: Tucson was my home for over 14 years.  I graduated from the UofAZ.  What is happening in this part of our nation is nothing less than a sin!]

One Response to “Stealing A House Seat In Arizona”

  1. Rabid Republican

    How convenient. I wonder if the Mexican landowners (if there are any) will appreciate the incursion onto their land. rr

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