Russell Pearce Just Like Raul Grijalva, Says Pearce Opponent Bob Worsley

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Neo-Nazi-hugging ex-state Senator Russell Pearce (right), here with Hitler-admirer J.T. Ready, has more in common with Raul Grijalva than you might think

Republican candidate for state Senate Robert Worsley, a conservative Mesa entrepreneur with a track record of success in the private sector (unlike his government-mooching opponent in Legislative District 25, ex-state Senate President Russell Pearce, natch) is speaking out in opposition to Pearce's boycott against local businesses that advertise with New Times.

In a statement recently posted to his Facebook page and sent out as a press release, Worsley slammed Pearce for attempting to hurt Arizona businesses, comparing him to, of all people, way-lefty Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva.

"Russell Pearce is orchestrating a boycott against Arizona businesses simply because they advertised in a free weekly paper he disagrees with," says Worsley in the release. "B.A.N.'s founder is on record stating that this business boycott is being implemented because of the New Times' views on immigration. I have my disagreements with the New Times, but I will not do anything to hurt Arizona businesses."

Worsley continues: "Liberal Democratic Congressman Raul Grijalva called for a boycott of Arizona businesses after Senate Bill 1070 passed. It was wrong of Grijalva to penalize Arizona's businesses then and it's wrong for Russell Pearce to target them now."

Personally, I think the lefty politician Pearce most resembles is Venezuelan strong-man Hugo Chavez, both being bullies, one from the left, the other from the right. But Chavez still has power, unlike recalled 12-point loser Pearce, who is struggling to stay relevant as the head of the anti-immigrant organization Ban Amnesty Now.

As Worsley points out, it's not as if he and New Times agree on much, other than the fact Pearce is bad for Mesa, bad for Arizona's image and bad for the state's economy. Worsley, founder of the lucrative SkyMall catalogue, is a pro-business GOPer, and he's against hurting local job-creators, no matter what the cause.

(See Worsley's first campaign video after the jump.)


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Bobby
Bobby

Man I told you they were  just the opposite side of the same coin in this respect. Both Pearce and Grijalva are bigots and not the sharpest knives around. But Pearce works for the U.S. and Grijalva works for Mexico.

Dogbiter
Dogbiter

Pearce = lying sack of shit!

LD19 Resident
LD19 Resident

Pearce is a narcissist. He is corrupt and mentally sick.

But comparing him to Raul Grijalva? A Democrat? And a Hispanic man? Pearce wouldn't be able to contain his hatred for Grijalva if he was in the same room with Pearce.

Grijalva was an imbecile for calling a boycott of Arizona businesses after BS1070 passed. But Pearce was an even bigger idiot for even sponsoring and championing BS1070 and other bullshit immigration bills.

Pearce deserves nothing more than another boot impression seared on his corrupt fat ass when Worsley wins.  

Susurro Perforado
Susurro Perforado

I love it when far right dorks like Pearce engage in left-wing tactics like a boycott of businesses.  And I love it when they don't even know how to spell "boycott" and ignorantly propose the opposite, a "buy-cott."  A buy-cott is a proposal that participants make an effort to buy from specific businesses, and is usually launched to counter a boycott.  But that's lost on the geniuses in the Pearce camp.  And once people pointed this out, Pearce and McCaffrey, who never apologize and change over ANYTHING, were too proud to change it.   Bwahahahahaha!

Pearce2012
Pearce2012

New Times is an alright paper but I'd like it better if they could get Pearce's nieces to pose naked with Olivia Cortez petitions. Hell. I'd sign one.  But seriuosly, I'm a big fan of Russell Pearce. I still get to vote for him and I'll be sending money like I do every time he asks. Pearce will kick Worsleys ass.  Pearce had great ideas like criminalizing anchor babies.  We dont need no more anchor babies.  

Seift1122
Seift1122

Fucking idiot alert! Russell wrote this himself, I'd bet. Since it's replete with dumb-ass grammar. Reads just like Russell talks. He hasn't a chance in hell of getting elected again!

LD19 Resident
LD19 Resident

Read the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution as well as the 1898 U.S. Supreme Court decision Wong Kim Ark vs. United States.

You may be enlightened. 

Raoul Contreras
Raoul Contreras

It's Mexican citizens and Mexican Americans who comprise 20% of Combat Marines, asshole, according to the Marines. That makes these targets of yours heroes, not people like Russell Pearce who served as a National Guard flunkie who did not serve in a combat unit and wouldn't know one if he saw one.

Semper Fi, asshole!

guest
guest

It is an alright paper. I get it because it's free. If they charged even one nickel for it, I wouldn't get it anymore. I'd rather save up 40 nickels and trade them in for a two dollar bill. I'm pretty sure that I've never patronized a new times advertiser though, their advertisers are sort of seamy or something.

Marcy
Marcy

I'd pay double to not have to see any bare nekid Pearce's in the New Times.

Mike MARTINEZ
Mike MARTINEZ

LD19, Try reading Article 4 Section 4 of US Constitution...if the unfettered wave of illegal aliens pouring over our southern boarder, before states like AZ started  making laws to deal with it, wasn't an invasion I don't know what is. Our elected officials are obligated to protect citizens from the evils of illegal migration. The children of illegals have no one to blame for thier troubles but the parents who came here ILLEGALLY! 

LD19 Resident
LD19 Resident

Did you read Article IV Section IV of the Constitution as well?

It appears that, after reading the provision, the "invasion" applies solely to MILITARY invasions, not that of unfettered illegal immigration. And the provision would only apply if Congress were not in session.

Hence the reason BS1070 is being challenged in U.S. District Court and is currently at the U.S. Supreme Court. The U.S. District Court judge so far has agreed with every point the DOJ has made regarding interpretation of this article.  

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