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Posted: Sunday, December 18, 2011 8:15 pm | Updated: 10:59 am, Mon Dec 19, 2011.

“Only in Arizona, or maybe World War II Germany, would an inept, arrogant and dictatorial person, such as Joe Arpaio be allowed or tolerated to serve as a public law enforcer.”

“Joe, please don’t quit.”

“It isn’t just misspelled words in job postings. I’d like to add my complaint about bad grammar and improper punctuation in job postings to the Dec. 10 Vent.”

“Ronald Reagan was a disaster as a president? What were you smoking? Wow, even our current president tries, unsuccessfully, to compare himself to Reagan. Nice try there, buddy!”

“Chalk one more up for Bush. Bush went to war on lies, against our military leaders recommendations, no exit plan, troops were not properly outfitted, the war was unfunded costing over a trillion dollars and if one of our national heroes lost their lives, (they) could end up in a dump.” 

“I hear the Israeli prime minister is starting up his own Internet service provider. He wants to name it”

“Barack Obama has never had a limited view of his importance to America. This is a man who wrote two — two — books about himself before he ever held a real job.”

“I told my 12- and 13-year-olds that they both have a bright future if Newt Gingrich becomes President. They both can become janitors.”

“On 60 Minutes, Obama commented on how he ‘saved’ the auto industry. WRONG!!!! The $28 billion dollars that Obama stole from the senior debt holders at GM, and the brilliant leadership by Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford Motor Company, ‘saved’ the auto industry.”

“Give it up, right. Obama has this election in the bag.”

“All these complaints about how bad Obama has been as president ... Well, if that’s the case, then maybe he should get a chance to clean up the mess he’s made (like George W. did). At least Obama is trying. The GOP just wants to cut everything, like unemployment benefits and the food stamps that will pay for my family’s Christmas dinner.”

“It didn’t take the Phoenix public service unions long to ask for some pay-back for helping to elect the new mayor. The police and fire departments want a cost-of-living raise and more goodies on the ‘Cadillac health care plan’ Christmas tree.”


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