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Posted: Sunday, December 30, 2012 11:15 am | Updated: 11:58 am, Tue Jan 1, 2013.

“Remember when allowing lawyers to advertise on TV seemed like a good idea.”

“Regarding your article on Horne championing firearm proliferation in public schools, one is again reminded that Horne is unfit for public office.”

“Sheriff Joe says he wants to post armed posse members at Valley schools. Will they be on horseback like they are at the shopping malls? That would be cool!”

“Liberals want to blame the Republicans for the fiscal cliff but the liberals actually have something to gain from going over the cliff, so who is really to blame here? A president that lied about wanting to ‘reach across the aisle’ or Boehner. I take the liar every time.”

“Mexican government telling a U.S. Court how we should operate. People wake up, take a stand. This is our country. We do not want to be dragged down to their level. People hate their government and leave to come here. I was born here. If I get caught harboring a criminal I get arrested. They want us to make it legal to harbor an illegal who by law is a criminal.”

“When the country has been taken over by zombies everyone should have access to assault rifles and high capacity magazines. The way the laws are now allows too many zombies access to them. It’s like giving monkeys access to straight razors.”

“Thank you President Obama for lowering our gas to $3 a gallon. For you people who complained about the president allowing gas to exceed $4 a gallon last summer – you’ve been rather quiet. Oh, maybe it’s because you lost the election.”

“Wayne LaPierre is worth every dime of the upwards of $1 million paid to him annually. And just who do you suppose pays it? Not NRA members. Rather he’s paid through the contributions made by gun manufacturers and marketers to the NRA. Now we know what’s behind good ol’ Wayne, the poster boy for 2nd Amendment rights! It’s big business, not people.”

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