Stop Stealing Deakin For U.S. Senate Signs

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Editor:

OK. I understand that the John McCain and J.D. Hayworth political camps are very worried about Jim Deakin’s candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by John McCain. I understand that they are very worried about the fact that Jim Deakin is the citizens’ choice.

I understand that they are worried about Jim Deakin not being a politician, former Congressman or Washington insider. I understand that they are very worried about losing their political clout with their lobbyist friends.

I understand that they are very worried about the fact that Jim Deakin is a constitutional candidate who understands the Founding Fathers’ belief of limited federal government with all other rights given to the states. I understand that John McCain voted to give illegal aliens amnesty.

I understand that John McCain voted in favor of the last comprehensive immigration bill even while the majority of Arizona citizens were against him voting in favor of that bill. I understand that “JD” didn’t see a spending bill he didn’t like. I understand that “JD” was on an infomercial telling people to go to a seminar to find out how to get free money from the government. I understand that Jim Deakin for U.S. Senate is the sensible choice.

I understand all of these things, but what I don’t understand is why someone keeps stealing Deakin for U.S. Senate signs. Well, come to think about it, maybe I do now.

Just so you know, I have talked to the Payson assistant town engineer concerning placement of Deakin for U.S. Senate signs, so I understand the town’s requirements. I have had Payson citizens call me and tell me that Deakin for Senate signs erected on their property had been removed/stolen and requested replacement of those signs. We’re putting them back up!

Please stop stealing Deakin for U.S. Senate signs! Let’s get back to representation by and for the people. Vote Jim Deakin for U.S. Senate.

Jim Muhr

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