Saturday, September 09, 2006

Is Arizona Eighth Blog Deceiving the Public?

This was bound to happen sooner or later:

For immediate release:

Arizona Eighth Blog is Hiding its TRUE beliefs!

Arizona Eighth is a blog. Did you know that Howard Dean used the internet and blogs to raise money during the 2004 Presidential Campaign? Howard Dean is now in charge of the Democratic National Committee. Blogs are a part of his overall strategy. The DNCC under the control of Howard Dean has made advertisements criticizing Steve Huffman's record. Arizona Eighth blog has accused Steve Huffman of negative campaigning. The Arizona Eighth blog is working hand in hand to spread the lie that Steve Huffman is refusing to campaign on the issues, and is spending his time and resources trying to tear down his opponents instead. Can that be a coincidence?

Arizona Eighth is hiding its Muslim Fundamentalist fanaticism

Traditional Muslim law prohibits the printing of images associated with the prophet Muhammad and other pictorial references of their religion. Instead, they rely on ornately inscribed text in their tomes and mosques. The Arizona Eighth Blog has never published pictures of Mohammad. In fact they do not publish images at all. This could be argued as a very extreme form of fundamentalism. This is certainly very disturbing and not representative of the beliefs of Arizona CD-8.

Arizona Eighth Blog is run by a man named "Framer" who is more than likely a criminal.

While a framer could be understood as an individual who builds the outside and inside structure of a house using a hammer and a lot of sweat, it also has a darker, more sinister meaning. A "framer" could also be somebody that accuses another of a crime that they themselves have committed. Obviously, since this individual prefers to remain anonymous he has something to hide. Likely, if given a chance he would burn a religious symbol on YOUR private property as criminals often do. Is this the kind of person we need running a blog in Southern Arizona!!

Please note that this is a parody and is not Paid for by Huffman for Congress


x4mr said...

The arguments proving your fanatical Muslim roots are uncannily similar in linguistic flow and logistic structure to those of the Weiss campaign's proof that NRCC push polled against her and Giffords is in fact a Walmart operative.

A "framer" is also a master conversationalist capable of crafting or shifting the context of conversations as depicted in this text.

When this is over, framer, we should have a drink.

Anonymous said...

Framer, Please put the cocktail down...while humorous, your satire finishes quite dry.

x4mr said...

Well, anon, would assert that for 11 PM on a Saturday you are the one who is rather dry.

Next Saturday evening consider having four of these while enjoying one of these.

Skip church.

Bruce P. Murchison said...

Thanks for the sense of humor. It is refreshing in the midst of such sickening negative attacks.

Framer said...


Not buying that at all. Of course if Graf wins, and he is offered the money he will take it, but the tit-for-tat cycle is broken. Graf outraised Huffman for the latest filing period. Every dime of that was from non-Click sources. Supposedly, this could not be done. Huffman was confident enough about this that he has barely campigned at all to this point thinking he could just bury all of the other candidates with his spending at the end.

However, the real question is will Click and the NRCC take their ball and go home if Graf were to win. I'm leaning towards "no" because the damage if Graf were to win without their help would be too great.

If Graf wins the primary, he holds the better hand and would be in a better position to dictate terms than would a Huffman or Kolbe.

Incidently, I believe the same would apply for a Hellon victory, except he would be in a better position as he is seen to almost be an instant favorite against Giffords.

Anonymous said...

Hi Steve. Nice try with the negative stuff again. Sorry, still not working.

x4mr said...


Don't let folks put as much as one dent in your self-expression.

This is your blog. You can joke, rant, bitch, and say whatever you want. If they don't like it they can pound salt.

Lucky2Balive said...

Huffman and his campaign demonstrate what is wrong with the Republican Party and its current leadership. Huffman represents a party that has lost touch with the fundamental conservative principals that brought it to power. The interference by Washington and the NRCC is demonstrative of how disconnected the Republican leadership is from the people.

Continued support for the “Huffman Strategy” will lead to defeat in November and again in 2008. The liberals will be dancing in the streets.

Anonymous said...

Randall Holdridge;

Get a history lesson and a clue.. Randy Graf was elected twice to the AZ legislature and in his second term was elected by his peers to be Majority Whip.

When Graf first ran for the legislative seat in 2000, he was told by party regulars he had not "paid his dues", but he won anyway. In 2004 he was a senior advisor of Prop. 200 and told to back out because it was "political suicide", but stuck it out and helped to make Prop. 200 a winner at the polls.

When Graf decided to run against Jim Kolbe, many of the party's "Movers and Shakers" asked that he not run because this just "wasn't done". He ran anyway because of his beliefs and convictions.

Trust me, this man will not SELL-OUT to the "Establishment".

Anonymous said...


Randy Graf is the real thing. He did not worry during his tenure in the House about "voting the wrong way" because it may not be PC and it could hurt his re-election.

Here's an idea, try talking to the man and see for your self, he's in the book.

Anonymous said...

I'm new to reading this blog and I haven't commented before. But I can't hold back now. The surest thing that I've learned so far is that Randall is completely full of crap. Over and out.

Lucky2Balive said...


Certainly ones frame of reference would affect how they perceive traditional conservative values. I was speaking to a more contemporary vision. The one that wants small more efficient government and a strong national defense that includes border security.

The satraps, those rich and powerful that comprise the American political aristocracy care little for a free society which does not serve them.

It’s the reckoning to which I speak, when individuals that have long supported the satraps and their agenda become disenfranchised sufficiently to join the ranks of the non believer’s and do so in sufficient numbers to drive them from the throne.

Maybe I speculate too much but my guess is you will be able to count us on Tuesday in those not voting for Huffman.

Anonymous said...


I find your post to be most telling. Are you truly telling me that Graf should have been worried about the Party's finances as opposed to doing what he believed was right? Integrity should not matter? The money men are the only ones who should have a say? We should only show allegience to our respective parties?

Do not forget that it was Graf who stood up and refused to allow our State Parks to be closed. When Governor Hull stated that the issue would not be taken up in a special session, Graf led the fight to make sure the Parks issue was included.
This was before the rest of the Southern Arizona contingent knew what was happening and then jumped on board.

And when the Speaker of the House tried to appease Graf with an assurance that the Parks in his District would not be closed, Graf insisted that all State Parks be opened.

Graf worked not only for his constituents but for Arizona. He was smart enough to know that to get things done, you have to work with people not fight with them and to do so without giving up your integrity and principles.

Anonymous said...


You have it all wrong. Huffman is the one that was on his knees, out in the desert with his nice big flashlight. What were they doing out there that night?

I think Click will be the one driving down to Green Valley. What are Click’s choices? Backing Gabby or supporting Randy. Let’s see that is a tough one. After a lifetime of investment in the Republican Party I don’t think ‘ol Jim wants to see Nancy Pelosi as speaker. Click has no choice but to fall in line behind Graf.

Toni Hellon did not take the hard path and she does not serve anyone that I know in District 26. She has hidden out in the Republican Party until her time came. She then went to Phoenix and voted like a Democrat. Most of her votes have nothing to do with representing the interests of her district and everything to do with being a liberal.

If memory serves me correctly, McNulty only held the seat from 1982 to 1984. Not exactly an icon. The area that Udall served was quite different then the current CD8. Yes Mo was an icon, a long, long time ago.

The Presidential race was indeed close in 2004 but that had nothing to do with Arizona. There is this thing call the Electoral College and Arizona is a winner takes all state. Bush won by a very comfortable margin here, meaning that nothing Randy did in ’04 had any effect on the Presidential

Anonymous said...


I've known Graf for some twenty years now. One thing many others and I know and respect about him is; he is and always has been consistent. He does not try to remake himself regardless of how the political winds blow.

As a lifelong Republican, PC and activist, I have seen many a politician try to remake himself (or herself) just to win or keep a seat.

Randall, I am truly sorry that you have become such a cynic and can no longer believe in your fellow man. I am not naive, have a large amount of cynicism myself in regards to government and politicians, but I still know the real deal when I see it.

Graf is not a globalist, believes that
parents should have a choice in education, be it public, private or home school, and not dependent on their income status. He believes in
a smaller less intrusive government and that the money Americans earn belongs to them.

I am well aware that your next arguement will be about choice and more than likely the marriage issue so have at it.

It is liberals (oh, excuse me, I guess you now like to be known as progressives) that have chosen to become involved in every aspect of our lives, and turned us into a nanny state.

Have fun with your response now, since I have a real job I need to get some rest. Check back with you later.

Oh, I am also a woman and Hispanic, so no, I do not believe he is a sexist or racist.

Anonymous said...


You keep harking back to the original values that formed this country. Where does it say that it is the government’s job to shove kids into a big building all day so they cannot learn much of anything? If you want to go back to the original freedoms and values that build the U.S. then you should be for home schooling. I am glad that we agree on that issue.

Lucky2Balive said...


I’ll give you this Randall; you certainly are full of shit. Why don’t you step out of the 60’s and breathe a little life into that old school rhetoric of yours. You have no idea what you are talking about and your suspicions are weaker than a Huffman argument. Anyway good luck on your fruitcake prognostications, you will need it.