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The Vent: July 11

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Posted: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 9:12 am

“Why are people surprised about Steve Nash spitting in the face of his Sun’s fans? He spit in the face of all Arizonians when he went on National Television back in May, 2010. He said ‘I think the law (SB 1070) obviously can target opportunities for racial profiling.’ Which just showed the low esteem he had for the professionalism of Arizona’s law enforcement agencies across the state. ‘Good riddence to bad rubbish’ was a true statement years ago and is just as true today.”

“One good thing about Steve Nash leaving the Suns is that we don’t have to watch the APS ad anymore (hopefully) where the guy is pushing his wife to the side so Steve Nash can be in the family picture — isn’t that abuse?”

“The Obama Administration needs to ‘WAKE UP’ and spend some of our money on resurrecting military aircraft salvaged in the ‘boneyard’ in Tucson and use them to deliver ‘fire retardent’ on the forest fires throughout our country. It’s a shame this country has so few aircraft available to help on the destruction witnessed in Colorado Springs.”

“I think we should give the guy who started the sunflower fire with an incendiary shotgun shell: the first ever State Senator Ron Gould ‘Everyone would be safer if everyone walked around with a gun’ award.”

“One of my grandfathers died in World War I, my father died of war injuries at age 59, my brother died in Vietnam. I feel I have one elected officer who is still fighting. Joe, please keep our border protected. Thank you for helping them keep our freedom.”

“I’ve never responded to a vent before but the one in Friday’s edition speaking of the “mental deafness” you get in trying to reason with a liberal got to me. Try to reason with Sheriff Joe and he is likely to hold a press conference and call out the TV cameras. Reasoning with her highness the governor will have a finger wagging in your face. Or try Russell Pearce or a block of wood. And by the way I am a conservative Republican who was old enough to vote for the first time in 1964 for my hero Barry Goldwater.”

“If you call customer service at Chase Bank and get someone in a foreign country that you cannot understand, don’t get frustrated, just ask to speak to someone in America, (United States). They will put you right through. I do it all the time, I don’t waste my time trying to understand them.”

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