Thursday February 11, 2016
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My apologies, I confused another Republican woman in regards to Ms. Allen's residency.
I withdraw my comment in regards to her Payson apartment. I was not thinking about Sylvia Allen. As far as the rest of my comments, they stand, as does my comment regarding Paul Gosar's residency which was recently the subject of the Arizona Republic article.
This is the woman who compared the President of the United States to Hitler. The same President who pushed through bills saving countless lives of poor children by allowing them to have healthcare, does that sound like Hitler do you? This is the woman who rents an apartment in Payson, but apparently really lives somewhere else. Who along with our so-called representative Paul Gosar, demonstrates how the Republican Party in this state rewards its minions by allowing them to pick whatever district they can win in, and not really forcing them to live in it. As long as the red meat eaters of the tea party agree with them politically it doesn't seem to matter. These same poor tea party dupes, who mostly can't wait for the next federal "Social" Security check, vote consistently against their own best interest by voting for these carpetbaggers. This is a woman who is consistently voted against schools, students, and general common sense, in regards to education. Then to cover herself politically when the schools in Arizona fail, which they have, she, and the rest of the Republican legislature blame teachers. Why? Because all public employees are a type of parasite in the eyes of the zealot tea party. They might form unions you know, and what could be worse for the job creators than unions? Two and two still makes four, follow the money trail.
P.S. Jerry Foster we miss you, will remember you forever.
Ted, better late than never. You make excellent points. As most sane people know, more guns equals more deaths. Worldwide and U.S. stats tell us that over and over again. Our NRA hired hands, like Gosar ,and Flake, would rather see more children die than pass reasonable background checks for the mentally unbalanced. It's easier to buy a gun than a pack of cigarettes in this state. Arizona has some of the loosest gun control laws in the nation, and one of the highest firearm death rates. You can do the math.
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