Thursday, December 10, 2015

Maricopa County Republican Chair Tyler Bowyer:Disturbing Event that is Happening on Saturday in Mesa

I don't usually forward these kind of emails, but this is the real story of the disturbing event happening in Mesa on Saturday:

"On Saturday, please join the Guy who voted for Loretta Lynch, the Guy who voted for Medicaid Expansion, the Guy who is cow-towing to the LGBTQ lobby in Mesa, the Guy who abandoned his cityf to become a lobbyist and the Guy who coordinated with Leftist Randy Parraz to take out fellow Republicans..."

"To welcome the last big Presidential failure the RNC pushed for a special event in support of the Guy who recently voted to support Obama and put our National Debt over $20 Trillion." Tyler Bowyer
A J Lafaro says:
Every person featured is a RINO.  I'm surprised they didn't include Graham. I bet he's pissed.
If grassroots conservatives wanted to "Bag a RINO", this would be the place to be. 
T'is the season to once again remind ourselves and as many others as we can, that those who we put in office, "WORK FOR US AND WE DO NOT WORK FOR THEM".  That message didn't go down well when I had the very same conversation with several of them when I was state chair.  They obviously feel entitled and the reason they do is because , until recently they have never been told otherwise.  
On Thu, Dec 10, 2015 at 2:01 PM, Ray Sweeney wrote:
Fellow patriots,
     It is unfortunate that the featured office-holders in attendance at this event have earned for themselves the scorn and consistently disappointed resentment of the voters whom they were elected to represent.  The chickens have come home to roost for them. 
     In recent years, the townhalls which brought their constituency face to face with them have dwindled and has even been met with distaste from some of these office-holders--seen as unimportant to their intentions in the legislative arena.  For some of them in the U.S. Senate, they even charged admission to their constituents to have the "privilege" of questioning them or listening to hear them speak.
     The citizens have an inalienable right to peacefully express their sentiments, their opinions and their conclusions, and to exercise that right.  I encourage them in bringing their concerns to the public forum.
Ray Sweeney