A very lovely tribute. Thanks, Tom.
It could be worse; he could be Mormon.
Very funny. Well said.
You really hit the nail on the head!
This Arizona monster, Attorney General Tom "The Scarecrow" Horne along with the rest of the bunch governing this state, need to get a clue. Governor Jan "The Wicked Witch of the West" Brewer who just won a political battle with the help of the same democrats that she had despised all along. Superintendent of Public Instruction John "The Wizzard of OZ" Huppenthal who is systematically destroying our public education system. Semi-retired ex-Senate President Russell "The Cowardly Lion" Pearce who won't accept the fact that the electorate is tired of him. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe "The Tinman" Arpaio who's running scared because he too may wind up in his own open air tents, wearing pink underwear and eating those delicious baloney sandwiches that he's been feeding the prisoners. Just another day in "The Land of OZ" folks. I wouldn't live anywhere else!
"...standing in front of a hospital making people sick"? Dude, how do you think that stuff up?
He's doing to Ms. Chenal what he did to Arizona public education.
He should be/should have been impeached.
I'm almost entirely sure he is...and that's before I even read your article.
Tom Horne may not be beautiful but the real ugliness is only on the inside.
Thanks for this column, Mr. Danehy. Tom Horne, as you so accurately have cast him, is an arrogant and despicable bully, wholly unworthy to hold any public office.
I'm sending Tommy a Che Guevara T-shirt.
Another candidate for worst elected official could be John Huppenthal, the state superintendent of PUBLIC instruction who never spent a day in public schools...
Good column, Mr. Danehy. Very well written and spot on.
"He's up for re-election next year. Let's those of us who don't aspire to be Tom Horne do something about that, shall we?"
A vote for ANYBODY else would definitely be a better option.
What's to dislike about Woodstock ? Or is it just me ?
Hank Hubbard used to come pick me up at home when I was a little girl of 11 yrs old. I used to clean his mothers apartment for her off craycroft road. Her name was Florence Hubbard . I remember she used to dress me in a big hat when I would leave to make sure the sun didn't get to me and turn me into a lil indian girl:) she was soo cute. I remember feeling like a celebrity when Hank would pick me up because he was on the news:) He was a great man I remember him and his mom fondly she was like a gramma to me.
Only half a million people at the most famous concert of all time. Janis Joplin, Jimi , Santana, Jefferson Airplane, 10 years after,Crosby, Stills and Nash, etal. You probably never heard of any of them out on the farm. Like most people who posthere, I prefer to remain incognito.
Talk about one of the dumbest, CWishy .... What is your real name? Why are you hiding behind the CW13 monicker?
Tempe Normal means Arizona State University, which is what the Scum Devil hole used to be called up in Caca Arizona.
Those duffel bags full of grass you smoked did a number on your brain. Moderation, man, moderation.
I wasn't aware Woodstock was going on back in August 1969. My pals never mentioned it to me, so they may not have been aware, either. My family, including my wife, didn't say diddly squat about Woodstock, so they didn't pay any attention to you in the mud.
He's also proven to be one of the dumbest. My remarks had nothing to do with his pot use. It's his stupidity I was remarking on. I assume Tempe Normal means I'm straight. Wrong, Ricky. How very wrong. I smoked duffle bags full of the stuff back in the day. In Aug. 1969 while you and your pals were watching Woodstock unfold on T.V. I was up there laying in the mud, smoking my brains out.
The author could have reduced the whole article to:
I'm wondering if Stoudamire is still smoking that crap. But since I personally consume so much crap myself, I'm probably not the best person to pass judgement.
Those who live in fat asses should not throw stones.
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