It Seems We are Facing a Dilemma: Continue fighting the GOP Cabal, or Quit Fighting and Try Another Way?
It is my understanding that at the last annual meeting of 1200+ Arizona State Committeemen, we had some 384 proxies voting. So, what’s the point? We can either fight and lose, or simply quit fighting. What’s the difference?
This is a contest, largely, between the reigning cabal and conservatives within the party. As we continue to fight, we continue to lose. In fact, with cabal supporters carrying 384 proxies in AZ, realistically there can never be any other outcome. Period.
By Randy Miller -- the sixth, in his series of thoughtful articles covering ALL candidates running to replace Trent Franks in the House of Representatives. (See earlier blogs for other Miller posts)
In the AZ Legislature, Lovas Proposed Two Bills-- One Against the 2nd Amendment, One For it...Huh?
Phil Lovas History: He was appointed to a term in 2013, not elected by the people to represent them. In my view, his history has not demonstrated dedication and loyalty.
Phil Lovas used taxpayer money to run two additional terms and then quit on his commitment to the people during his second elected term to take a job with the federal government that paid more. Shortly after accepting this, he quits to work on Trump Campaign for Arizona. Was this a calculated political move?