Bob, perhaps you and Sam could get a 2 for 1 deal.
Face it folks, Arizona Republicans will vote for whoever proves that he/she hates the Black President and Brown People the most as this reflects their "values"
Shameful, isn't it?
The G.O.P. stole from education? They took away our right to vote and the rights of women? They are on a par with a violent terrorist group? Sam, please take this advice in the spirit in which it is given. Get yourself some professional help.
Sam, I love the picture of the Koala Bear, my picture is of St Philips Island near Melbourne with the "fairy piquins". They march out to sea every morning to feed, then at night to their homes on the Island. Been to Au twice love it. The Aussies are true keepers that honor the environment.
Voters this state has hit the bottom under Republican rule. Look how they stole from education. Look how they have taken away our right to vote. And taken away the rights of women. Republicans are the real ISIS of this state and nation.
What on earth does the Governorship of Arizona have to do with the President?
Tom, you can raise as much of a ruckus about that statue as you want but it's been there longer than most citizens have been in Tucson. It had been there a while before I left and that was 20 years ago. At least you don't live in a place with Confederate statues and the nuts that think they are a symbol of a glorious past.
Some black folks hate George Bush and that's fine. I hate Obummer because of his left-wing Socialist ideas and I'm a racist. Makes perfect sense to me.
President Hillary ? Where have I heard that before?
That's what they refuse to understand Fraser.
Americans normally have no problem with a black man (or woman) as President. If Colin Powell had run he would have won.
He would have been the first general at a Democratic Convention or a Black nominee at a Republican Convention.
It's just that we got as the first black as President a guy like Obama.
Donkiyou, sp what. Have any of these canditates openly stated the reason for not liking the president? If not then stating so in an article that is supposrd to be professionally written only makes the remainder of the article equally suspect.
That's true for a lot of people, Harold. But there's simply no denying that a lot of people have a deeply ingrained dislike for black people, and don't believe that a black person is up to the task of being president. Some of those people are in Congress. Others are on television and radio.
Just wait until Hillary Clinton becomes president in January 2017. A lot of these same people don't deal well with women either.
Why all the race baiting? Not liking this president is no different than not liking his predecessor.
Nothing like thinking for yourself, Mark Robert.
I do agree with Jeffrey about Smith: he seems like a reasonable person. If he wins the primary, between him and DuVal, we'll end up with a decent governor.
I must agree with Rick Spanier. While I disagree with Scott Smith on many issues (which is to be expected, given that he's a Republican), a number of his positions seem surprisingly sane. Even more significant, they reflect a relatively high degree of pragmatism. A race between him and Fred DuVal would, for a change, NOT be like watching a train wreck in slow motion.
More liberal diarrhea of the Tom (mouth). I will be sure to vote for whoever Tom hates the most. Then I know I will have gotten it right.
People from Phoenix, especially the East Valley, shouldn't be allowed to run for state-wide office for at least ten years to allow crazies like these sorry sacks to either die off or be sentenced.
Global warming is over!
As an independent, I see the race as Scott Smith and the 5 dwarfs.
The other five pontificate about things they have no control and little influence over. Of course, primary voters (both parties) tend to like rhetoric over substance.
Christine Jones could have had a chance had she started running her current ad months ago instead of harping non-stop about the border.
If Scott Smith survives the primary, for the first time in a long while, we will have two candidates willing and able to intelligently discuss and debate the issues relevant to Arizona.
Just can't keep your hatred for the Republican party out of any of your
evaluations can you Tom?
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