The Vent: April 25 - East Valley Tribune: Opinion

The Vent: April 25

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Posted: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 10:12 am

“According to Rep. Terri Proud, R-Tucson, poor women who are without money and are pregnant, better not expect help from any religious group. More than likely she is against Planned Parenthood too. Wake up Terri, you are losing the votes from women.”

“What is Frank Milstead thinking about to approve Mesa cops marching in the gay parade while in uniform? No wonder Mesa takes a rap for doing stupid things.”

“Why do people expect help with costs to go to college? I couldn’t afford the costs so I worked a job and saved money until I had the choice. Many took school loans (which should not have been so easy to get) and are now saddled with debt or refusing to pay and ruining their credit. Our government continues to dig us further into ruin. We need changes before it is too late to survive.”

“All the concern about booster seats from our wonderful Arizona Legislature. How long will it be before one of these brain-dead leaders wakes up and says, ‘Hey man, we didn’t have booster seats or even seat belts in our school buses’?”

“The private sector failed with health care the first time a child was canceled for a pre-existing condition. The government failed when it did nothing about it. The children in this country are doomed to repeat history because our leaders act like children.”

“Why would the Secret Service want to investigate Ted Nugent? Do they think he might give them some inside information on how to locate hookers? (Without getting found out.)”

“Ted Nugent should have snubbed the Secret Service.”

“A Venter on Friday compared Congress as beholden to lobbyists with Secret Service members hiring prostitutes. His point is well taken but his analogy is not correct. Follow the money. See who is selling themselves to find the real prostitutes. Any citizen who votes to re-elect a sitting member of Congress, be it for the Senate or House of Representatives, Democrat or Republican, is part of the problem despite whatever rationalization that voter makes.”

“I have a message for all you Hispanics who are registering to vote Democrat. Take a look at how the Democrats treated George Zimmerman, a Hispanic who is also a registered Democrat. You’re next.”

“I commend and admire the strength, determination and sacrifices made by the mother who worked 25 years to support her family. I was a single working mother and supported two sons for 15 years. I later married, had another son, and have been a stay-at-home mother for the last 15 years. I have been on both sides and although I am grateful for the opportunity to stay home to raise my family, I have to honestly say it is the hardest job I have ever had in my life! Please do not think it is a glamorous job. I commend and respect all of you working moms and stay-at home moms for the economical challenges I know too well you have faced and the choices you have had to make in doing what is best for your children.”

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