The Vent: Dec. 20 - East Valley Tribune: Opinion

The Vent: Dec. 20

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Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 1:15 pm

“It’s alarming to realize that the older I get, the more Christmas shopping I do at the grocery store.”

“Why do people burn wood in such close proximity to one another? The burning is ruining children’s lung health, and it’s 60 degrees outside.”

“Isn’t it interesting that you can purchase a gallon of gasoline cheaper than a half gallon of Egg Nog. Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas everyone!”

“Love the comments about Arpaio, inept, arrogant and dictatorial and will add to that: Too old, living in the cowboy area where the sheriff and his posse ruled. Man needs to go. Look at the money he has cost the county to keep someone who “does not recall” and places blame on others. He is the head man (supposedly) and he should know what is going on in his department.”

“Joe, for all our sakes and the diginity of the abused and violated: Do the right thing and quit. Let’s get someone who can do the job right.”

“Wake up America, before America is taken over by foreigners. Sheriff Joe is trying to save us.”

“Is there any doubt of the outcome of the 3-year investigation by Eric Holder’s Justice Department of Joe Arpaio. This department has no credibility at all, from the failure to prosecute the black harassment of white voters in Philadelphia to the ‘fast and furious’ fiasco, where the lying Holder could not even apologize to the white border patrol agent’s family, for his killing, by one of the guns involved. Wake up America and vote these racist, hypocrites out of office in the next general election!”

“Who wrote the ad copy quote for the full page ad introducing the new ASU football coach — a third-grade student in an Arizona public school? I certainly hope Todd Graham can communicate better than that.”

“Folks, aren’t you getting sick and tired of hearing about the rights of illegal aliens? The only right that they have is the right to return home. That’s right, all 20,000,000 illegal aliens have the right to go back to Mexico, to Guatamala, to Honduras, El Salvador, wherever, the sooner the better.”

“As I lounge here in the luxury of my 720-square-foot mobile home in the affluent city of Apache Junction, I am in shock at the harsh treatment of the sentence of Barry Bonds, which is: 30 days home confinement in his 15,000-square-foot mansion, which has a full gym and swimming pool. How cruel! I don’t know if I could endure it. It’s no wonder that he is appealing the judge’s outlandish sentence.”


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