Monday, January 28, 2008

Jim Ehl begs the Maricopa GOP not to drink Toliet Water

from Jim Ehl

Sometimes the theme of a play, or movie, is lost because of the list of characters. We can also equate that to something our kids said when they were little: "all the kids are doing it!" But does that make it right? Here are two list of characters. The first list is one of 'leaders' in the state. Those that are more able to influence elections than any one else. As you review the list think to yourself which are good, conservative Republicans and which one just wear the Republican name tag, and who has what to gain.

http://www.allamericanpatriots.com:80/48741417_arizona-leaders-join-supporters-john-mccain

The next list is probably available by name if asked for, but for brevity sake just know that his is a list of your peers; those who have evaluated the situation from a grass roots point of view and are honest with nothing personally to gain except good government. Since Maricopa County consist of over 60% of the Republicans in Arizona, hence the most precinct committeemen and state committeemen.

Compare the two groups and see where do you fit.

Jim




Maricopa Republicans Presidential Straw Poll Vote Results

Maricopa County Republicans conducted a Presidential Straw Poll during the Jan. 19 Maricopa County Republican Committee meeting in Tempe . In the first category the delegates were able to vote for only their first choice for president.
Those results were as follows. Presidential Straw Poll with 721 ballots cast:
188...............Mitt Romney..................26%
121...............Fred Thompson..............17%
115...............Ron Paul.........................16%
93.................Duncan Hunter..............13%
80.................John McCain.................11%
33.................Rudy Giuliani................. 9%
32................ Mike Huckabee............. 9%


In the second voting category, the delegates were able to vote for more than one candidate as unacceptable. In the Unacceptable Category 427 out of 721 (59%) of the delegates declared McCain as one of their unacceptable candidates. The tallies were:
Most unacceptable.......427...........McCain
396...........Paul
357...........Giuliani
340...........Huckabee
156...........Hunter
152...........Thompson
121..........Romney


In the third category, the delegates were able to vote for more than one candidate as acceptable. Those results were as follows:
370..........Thompson
358..........Hunter
356..........Romney
235..........Giuliani
207........ Huckabee
135...........McCain
120......... Paul

These issues were rated by the delegates as the most important for the presidential candidates to address:

STOP ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION.............643 VOTES
WIN WAR AGAINST TERROR..............552
REDUCE GOV'T SPENDING.................518
LOWER TAXES...................................406
SUPREME COURT APPOINTMENTS....390
PRO-LIFE............................................271
CITIZEN'S GUN RIGHTS........................226
DOMESTIC OIL PRODUCTION..............196
CHOICE OF PRIVATE SS ACCOUNTS..106

The straw poll was distributed and conducted by delegates from Legislative District 11. Contact District 11 Chairman Haney with inquiries.

Rob Haney
Chairman, Republican Party
Legislative District 11
602-996-1004, r_b_haney@yahoo.com

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