Friday, April 23, 2010

Alto Arizona PSA - Zack de la Rocha

I'll be working Sunday but I hope those who are concerned about Republican efforts to reduce freedom in Arizona will show up on Sunday at the Capitol.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

I have long admired Kyrsten Sinema for her willingness to work with people who have different opinions. She recently tweeted that the federal government already requires proof that the President is a natural born citizen as required by the US Constitution. If this is the case I wonder if she can provide a reference as to who is responsible for enforcing this constitutional requirement.

I ran for Congress in 2008 and other than providing my Arizona driver license I wasn't asked for a lick of proof. Those who support further investigation of Barack Obama's birth records certainly aren't going away.

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Thursday, April 15, 2010

I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the April 15 Tax Day Tea Party at Tempe Diablo Stadium. I was able to listen to Tom Jenney (always a pleasure) and Gary Johnson (former 2 term governor of New Mexico). It was worth having to listen to the advocates of immigration prohibition Russell Pearce and Tom Tancredo.

I was able to meet in person for the first time two of my opponents, Barbara Leff and Thayer Vershoor. I am disappointed that Al Gore has chosen to support Democrat Andrei Cherney but given the fact that Al Gore is hardly someone likely to support a candidate that believes in the right of the people to keep their own hard earned money I guess it was a given.

Andrei Cherney apparently was unable to attend the Tea Party event today (or perhaps I just missed him in the crowd).

I was delighted to learn that Libertarian firebrand and assistant organizer Andrea Garcia will be running against Russell Pearce in legislative district 18 in the upcoming general election Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010. was seen on signs all over the event. Tom Jenney and the speakers all encouraged the audience to talk to our friends and coworkers about the need to defeat this unwise sales tax hike.

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Saturday, April 03, 2010

The biggest influence in my decision to run for Arizona State Treasurer was Dean Martin's connivance is helping the Arizona government borrow ever more money. And while I did register "" I think the ease of use of twitter will allow me to get more info out to the public in a format that Joe Arizona will read.

And if my campaign can help even one child learn more about Grover Cleveland then it will be worth it.

Onward, for the children!