My that's rich. TD who writes a bi-weekly column for the freebie Grijalva Gazette, decides to mock the Daily Caller. Yep, we should trust real journalists like the folks at the New York Times and The Washington Post who have already jumped in the tank for the Clintons and have been exposed for their numerous lies.
You really have become a pompous ass Tom.
Who else but Tammy gets paid to show the public what a stooge he is? Maybe he's smarter than I give him credit for. NOT!!!
Tammy, you're past your bedtime.
Daily Caller News Foundation?! That's a scream!
Dave. Don't start hitting them with facts. They'll end up walking into each other.
"Gun carrying, private citizens who used firearms to stop criminal attacks saved at least 283 potential victims in a period between July 2014 and July 2015, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation analysis."
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2016/01/05/gun-control-owners-criminals/#ixzz4CXdabTZZ
One side has feelings, the other has facts.
A great piece Tom, as always. Perhaps you could have included one other song - one by (those Southern Hippie Liberals) Lynyrd Skynyrd - "Saturday Night Special". I didn't know that gun control was an issue even in 1975....
"Hand guns are made for killin'
Ain't no good for nothin' else
And if you like your whiskey
You might even shoot yourself
So why don't we dump 'em people
To the bottom of the sea
Before some fool come around here
Wanna shoot either you or me"
Good ole boys can't argue with Skynyrd...right?
"Who let the dogs out? I don't really care. My beef is with whomever it is that keeps letting them in".
The authors position on illegal immigrants.
You make an interesting point Tom. They interviewed two victims in the Orlando shooting the other night and the two had gone to Orlando to celebrate a high school basketball player that had been offered a college scholarship to play basketball. They said "we went to Pulse because it looked like fun." Their parents thought it was a great idea.
2:30 AM? A High school student in a gay bar. What could go wrong?
" No one under the age of 21 is allowed to purchase, consume or possess alcoholic beverages in the State of Florida." Many parents really aren't being parents. The gorilla enclosure comes to mind. Or a 2 year old in an alligator lagoon.
But Republicans dying out? You may have just put yourself on the do not fly list.
They pay you for this?
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I'd comment on what a stooge Tammy is. However, it's a lot easier to let her do it for me.
Why I won't vote for Trump:
T - two faced
R - racist
U - uneducated
M - misogynistic
P - putz
Jesse, we are now $20T in debt. Tell us how that helps the economy.
"It is hard to find a Democrat in Tucson, also." Barbara
That is sarcasm, correct?
Chuck, Trump is a Republican, not a Democrat. As for no-nothings, don't you know our economy is doing very well for the past seven years? The economy seems to always do better when we have a Democrat for president, and even better if we had an effective Democrat congress to go with the president. The imbeciles in Congress now are doing all they can to damage our country. Why don't honest, honorable people run for office?
We have one such person in Bernie Sanders. If you want to change our country for the better, vote for Bernie and support him and other Democrats. Don't let his ideas be shouted down by the carnival clown or the Wall Street darling.
It would be hard for Tom to know any blacks in Tucson! I never saw one in Tucson except the man who sold barbeque at a farmers' market. But that is not the point here. It is hard to find a Democrat in Tucson, also. The sad fact is that low-logic, misinformed voters in states such as Arizona, Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas and the entire South would vote for any Republican who hates the government but wants to be elected to be in that hated government. Why does this make sense to Republicans?
Would you hire someone who hates plants to be your gardener? Would you hire someone who hates children to be your baby sitter?
Trump hates the government most of all, as well as he hates blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, women, probably any immigrant except those who will marry him or sleep with him. (I'd guess that is a job few Americans would do.) His hate list is long and ridiculous.
Tom was too polite with his reasons for not voting for Trump.
I too have no respect for Trump or people so ignorant and mean they would vote for Trump.
The Republican motto is "I got mine, Jack," and Trump is their poster boy, tiny hands and all.
Most of all, I resent Trump because he will force people who despise Hillary to have to vote for her to try to keep him from becoming president. But he will probably still become president because he is going to savage her in his attacks. Trump will be the worst president we ever had, including Bush. Hard to imagine that , isn't it?
And an honorable, intelligent man who is best for our country, Senator Bernie Sanders, will be denied a fair chance at the nomination.
I have no respect for Trump or his supporters."
Wow, really going out on a limb there.
The Republicans are offering up a trifecta; a bloviating carnival barker for the presidency, the prospect of a congress dominated by imbeciles pulled through on his coat tails and another four years of political mud wrestling.
Thankfully the Democrats have anointed a beloved, trustworthy candidate who should win the election in a cake walk and save the nation from the barbarians at the gate (pay no attention to those pesky pollsters).
Remind me, who are the Libertarian candidates? ... time to give them a serious look.
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