Before you vote for John S. McCain Jr. - Jeffery Lane Flake, review Dr. Cristina Beato’s resume/past and ask yourself, is the McCain Progressive Machine so desperate as to throw caution aside and go with the Beato angle, an individual who is compromised. Jeff Flake’s (Andrew Wilder) campaign doubled down on Press Releases on Sonoran Alliance when they should have folded and the Flake campaign trash Beato’s commercial given what they failed to scrub off the net as detailed below.
In 2010 it was all about getting rid of McCain, anyone but McCain – Jeff Flake is McCain’s PROGRESSIVE replacement so for me, a constitutional conservative, my vote goes to Carmona to rid McCain’s seed from congress. It’s about principals that demand getting rid of McCain.
A VOTE FOR FLAKE IS A VOTE FOR McCAIN
October 13, 2012 By 37 Comments
Facts Don’t Support Richard Carmona’s Claim
That Tensions Were Result of Reform READ MORE
Carmona’s abuse of travel and staff was at heart of disagreements
PHOENIX – In response to testimony from Dr. Cristina Beato, former Acting Assistant Secretary of Health at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Richard Carmona has lashed out and tried to discredit her.
Carmona claims: “I refused to politicize science, and that’s what the issue really is here” (KPNX, 10/11/12). But that’s not what the issue is.
On May 22, 2012 the Associated Press reported that “Emails that The Associated Press obtained through the Freedom of Information Act reinforce that there were tensions within HHS about where Carmona should go and what groups he should address. One email noted that Carmona made 19 trips in the first six months after taking office, 12 of them with stops inArizona, San Diego or both. ‘I think we have a real problem here,’ HHS employee Hal Thompson wrote.” Carmona owns homes in Arizona and San Diego.
Dr. Beato reiterated her testimony to Politico: “In the interview with POLITICO, Beato stood by her 2007 testimony. Beato said one of the issues that led to a midnight visit by Carmona involved his wish to visit the University of California, San Francisco, his alma mater, to receive an honorary degree. Beato alleged that Carmona wanted to pay for the trip using government funds, which she refused to allow.
“Not only does Richard Carmona not have the temperament to serve in the United States Senate, his refusal to be straight with voters raises serious questions about his honesty as well,” said Andrew Wilder, communications director for Flake for Senate.
On Thursday, the Flake campaign began airing an ad statewide on broadcast and cable featuring the personal testimony of Dr. Cristina Beato, who served as Acting Assistant Secretary of Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services from 2003 to 2005. Dr. Beato recounts the night that Dr. Carmona angrily slammed on herdoor in the middle of the night in a rage to continue an argument that he started earlier that day.
A Spanish-language version of the ad is airing on Telemundo and Univision. Click this link to view the Spanish version: http://youtu.be/asPwBdD4hxU.
Background on Richard Carmona’s History of Confrontation
Dr. Cristina Beato Testified To Congress In 2007 About An Incident In Which She Felt Threatened By Richard Carmona
During His Surgeon General Tenure, Carmona’s Boss, Cristina Beato, Alleged That... READ MORE