The Vent: July 6 - East Valley Tribune: Opinion

The Vent: July 6

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Posted: Friday, July 6, 2012 5:59 am

“Adios, Steve Nash. You are a fine basketball player, and we wish you had left it at that. But your being from a foreign nation, yet lecturing the good people of Arizona from your protected, ivory tower, padded life, on how we should tolerate and live with the invasion of illegals across our borders has been too much. We wish you luck in Los Angeles, and hope you will enjoy the more diverse and supportive fan base it has to offer.”

“The Supreme Court must have been listening to Pelosi when she said, ‘Just pass it (Obamacare) you can read it later.’”

“The Republican plan after they repeal Obamacare, for 30 million uninsured people is about the same as an extra-strength Tylenol for a brain tumor, their idea of quality care for those 30 million.”

“I read where Samuel Lopez is going to be executed for a rape and murder he committed in 1987. I think this is another example of how stupid our legal system is. It’s 25 years, more likely, Lopez has forgotten what he is being executed for.”

“‘Apre moi, l’deluge’ — After me, the financial ruin and destruction of the nation. Who said this: Louis XV of France or Barack Hussein Obama of Hawaii ... or both?”

“When a conservative attempts to reason with a liberal, the reaction is usually a display of mental deafness. Liberals don’t tune in to the frequencies of common sense and reason. Should a liberal hear the phrase, ‘You’re wrong,’ it automatically triggers a defensive mode consisting of a diatribe of incoherent prattle. In this day and age, it is so easy to control the liberal mind with political brainwashing, but to try to fool the heart is another matter. And so, with this in mind, when engaging a liberal, it just might be more effective to say, ‘Follow your heart’ instead of, ‘Use your brain, you big dummy!’”

“Maybe we should cut retired English teachers’ pensions to pay for some programs to better teach our youth.”

“I have a small business and since January I have received an average of four phone calls a day to get my free Google web page! I have tried to talk to everyone imaginable to stop these calls (FTC doesn’t care, attorney general doesn’t care, BBB doesn’t care, Arizona secretary of state doesn’t care and national no call list is no help either!) Google won’t help claiming it’s not them! Does anyone know how to stop these calls?”

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