Sam Crump Targeted by Liberals as the "Tea Party Conservative"!
I am clearly becoming the one the left loves to hate in the CD3 Congressional race to replace John Shadegg. Both the AFL-CIO and the Arizona Democratic Party have recently fired off dispatches to their loyal followers identifying me as the leading Tea Party candidate in the race.A dispatch this week from Juan Herredia of the Arizona Democratic Party called me a founder and leader of the Tea Party movement, saying, “If a Tea Party conservative like Crump wins this congressional election, you can bet he'll roll back every one of the gains we've worked so hard to achieve under President Obama and Speaker Pelosi.”
The AFL-CIO also recently labeled me as “the lone Tea Party candidate in the race” due to my endorsement of J.D. Hayworth for U.S. Senate.
Actually, I would like to thank the AFL-CIO and the Arizona Democratic Party for acknowledging what CD3 conservatives already know – I am the only one in this race who is a veteran, has a solid conservative voting record, is a small business owner, who is a strong family man, and who endorses JD Hayworth.”
I would like to respond for the record.
Should the liberals be concerned that Congressman Sam Crump will vote to roll back the actions of President Obama and Speaker Pelosi? “You betcha!”
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4/18 - Republican Jewish Coalition CD3 Forum @ Chaparral Suites in Scottsdale at 3 p.m.
4/19 - Million Gun March at the State Capitol at Noon.
4/21 - Pachyderm Coalition @ Marie Callendar's Restaurant on 51st Avenue and Bell @ 6 p.m.
4/24 - Center for Arizona Policy Annual Banquet with Sarah Palin at the Glendale Renaissance Hotel.
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Monday, April 19, 2010
Posted by Rachel Alexander at Monday, April 19, 2010