Thursday, March 4, 2010

Border Patrol council Endorses J.D. Hayworth

Conservative Challenger JD Hayworth Gains Valuable Endorsement From
National Border Patrol Council
PHOENIX, Ariz. March 4, 2010. JD Hayworth has gained a valuable endorsement from a group of nearly 3,000 U.S. Border Patrol agents as he campaigns against 24-year incumbent Senator John McCain.
“We need strong leadership in the Senate, and we believe [J.D. Hayworth] is the right person for the job,“  Edward Tuffy II, President of the local council said in a statement.  “[Hayworth’s] unwavering support for Border Patrol agents on the front line is appreciated.  As Border Patrol agents, we are only effective if the rule-makers allow us to do our jobs.”
“I am very humbled by the endorsement from the Local 2544 Border Patrol Council,” said conservative candidate J.D. Hayworth.  “These men and women are out there day in, day out not only facing one of America’s toughest issues in the face but also defending our country on the front line.  The American spirit that these people hold is what I thrive to represent while in office.”
Vulnerable to the more conservative Hayworth on taxes, pro-life issues and illegal immigration, McCain has resorted to attacking Hayworth on spending, despite Hayworth having a better lifetime rating from Citizens Against Government Waste, among other organizations.

McCain also voted for the $850 billion bailout of the big banks which included $150 billion in earmarks, proposed a $300 billion bailout for mortgage lenders and, according to the Heritage Foundation, sponsored an amnesty bill that would have cost taxpayers $2.6 trillion over the long-term.
Hayworth has a lifetime rating of 98 from the American Conservative Union.  He has also been endorsed by Gun Owners of America, Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, Maricopa County Sheriff  Joe Arpaio, conservative 2006 GOP gubernatorial nominee Len Munsil and many others.
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