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Do you, too, see "The Danger" of the Leg not funding "mental health services"?
What if all of them loose their jobs?
Since the EVTrib kingdom kept on their own Resident Fool, an ex-politician, they have no need for any more of Those Kinda People.
Other than the EVTrib, who else would be willing to employ the "certifiably politically insane"?
No, this is a very dangerous move on their part - that will return to haunt them - in their dreams, on The Day of the Dead, and every time anyone looks at them - in bed, outed in public, shopping for machine guns to try to protect themselves (probably from themselves).
As David Letterman said about them, on nation television:
"Now, we can see your (politically correct sp) nuts."Feb 20, 2012
The NPR article:
In Phoenix, Foreign-Born Workers Find Jobs Faster
http://www.npr.org/2011/02/17/133808191/in-phoenix-foreign-born-workers-find-jobs-faster?ft=1&f=133808191Feb 17, 2011
As the AZ leg speed tracks a "cut business taxes to create jobs bill" by Sen Pearce - author of the illegal immigrant bills - Tis he now providing jobs for "those people"?
AZPJ's Phoenix Morning Call also reports to U.S. an NPR article that the foreign born are gaining back jobs IN PHOENIX faster than those of U.S. born here in this country. Now, that IS funny.
Sen Russel Pierce is now going to be creating more jobs for The Foreigners, aka "Those People", than he will be for the rest of U.S.? If you cannot see the humor in that, you've really lost it.Feb 17, 2011
Jon, there is another Constitutional provision that you may like - Your Right to Freedom of Speech.
Unlike Merry Old England, there is absolutely nothing any of U.S. can do, in advance, to stop you and/or the Far Right Honorable Sen. Pearce from making a GD fool of yourselves - in public.
However, it is fair to point out that he and you are also under NO Constitutional duty to do it.Jul 31, 2010
What we ought to do - ethically, economically & legally - is to add a 10% "surcharge" to all DWI convictions, and use/earmark that money to help fund this program.
And, add an additional .1% sales and/or 1% income tax on any bar that does not offer/require this for their customers when they are too drunk to drive. And, for those bars that do, also eliminate their "dram shop" liability.
That would suggest to all of U.S. that the real goal is to prevent drunk drivers from killing others. But, that probably is far too un-American.
Too much money at stake here - police, persecutors, judges, jailers, and alcohol treatment programs depend on DWIs.
Probably we will have to wait until the economy creates more jobs that this would eliminate.May 29, 2010