Please, ignore The Pink Flamingo while I laugh at J. D. Hayworth.
“...Hayworth, appearing later in the infomercial, is asked by an Australian female host if the “free money” is “too good to be true.”
“It is for real,” says Hayworth, who is currently challenging Sen. John McCain in Arizona’s Republican primary. “Now look, I understand the skepticism, in part because President Reagan used to say the greatest contradiction ever uttered was, ‘I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.’”
“But I’m telling you, this is really true,” Hayworth continues. “And though we talk about it as if it’s free money, let me remind you, it’s not free money, it’s your money.”
“It’s money you’ve already surrendered to the government in terms of taxation,” Hayworth added, “but the government has a chance, and you have chance, to make an investment in yourself and, in fact, improve not only your personal economic situation, but put people to work and really help rebuild the economy, on your block, in your neighborhood, happening on Main Street instead of Wall Street.”…”
Charlie Crist’s lead over Rubio is getting larger. (Thanks to Jim DeMint)
Jan Brewer is an embarrassment. She lied about her father’s military involvement.
“…Citing the dangers of the illegal drug trade and its strengthening at the expense of her state’s crime rate, she told ABC 9’s Joel Waldman, as he put it, “too bad” if your children are citizens and you are not. This was in response to news that a local school district was planning to sue the governor on behalf of their legal children’s illegal parents. “We are a nation of laws,” she concluded. “That’s why we are America. They made a decision, and, you know, you pay those consequences, unfortunately.”..”
From the Arizona Guardian: