The Vent: May 27 - East Valley Tribune: Opinion

The Vent: May 27

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Posted: Sunday, May 27, 2012 10:14 am

“The people who do not believe Obama is a citizen of these United States should donate money to Sheriff Joe to pay for his deputy to go to Hawaii.”

“Obama’s lack of understanding of the U.S. — the world actually — is underscored by his criticism of Bain Capital.”

“I am so tired of our so called commander in chief always blaming someone or something else for his failed leadership. Only children and immature adults blame others and make excuses for their actions. He has failed and he needs to own it.”

“The Obama campaign has recently come out with pet collars to advertise their messages: i.e., ‘I Meow for Michelle,’ et al. I don’t know why there is a need for this. Since Obama implemented many of his policies, I already feel I am on a very short leash with a choker chain.”

“I watched Sean Hannity from Fox News get himself outclassed in an interview with Colin Powell, of course Colin Powell used the same secret weapon he’s used all his life. It’s called honesty.”

“Liberals believe that their two cents is better than others’ common sense!”

“The Coyotes hockey player (crybaby) should be sat on the bench for a year for what he said about the refs' call. That’s what he would get if he were in the NFL or NBA.”

“Why hasn’t our local TV or newspapers investigated the Congressional ‘sworn testimony’ of Democrat U.S. Senate candidate Richard Carmona’s ex-boss asserting that he was an ‘extremely angry’ person and a ‘living nightmare’. This was from a fellow Hispanic, Cristina Beato, in the Department of Health and Human Services back when Dr. Carmona was the Surgeon General of the United States. Do only Republicans merit any vetting or scrutiny from the local press? What ever happened to fair and balanced news reporting in the Valley of the Sun?”

“Last week, as I was out walking, I noticed some small shiny objects laying in the street at Temple and Main. I was very upset to see nails, screws, nuts, washers, etc. scattered all about, mostly on the street, but also on the sidewalk. I picked up as many as I could hold in my hand, then searched for something to put them in. A gentleman was working on a building nearby, so I gave him what I had in my hand. I found a sack, then went back to pick up what remained on the street. I just now counted those items ... 110 pieces! I’m sure I saved some tires from going flat, maybe from being ruined. Many times as I’m walking, I find nails and screws in the streets or parking lots. Why are people so careless?”

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