Everyone remember this when it's time to vote again-Please.
Congressman McSally played this brilliantly. We state a position on legislation that isn't even getting a vote? If you believe the things that you wanted to see in it, are not there, you may cost yourself political capital on a future vote. As a resident of PC I feel we are currently in a better position than before the cancellation of the vote.
She COULD show real leadership and put real solutions together and get the votes, because quite honestly the ACA destroyed my health insurance. I would actually accept going back to where I was before Obama created this mess, and work out some real solutions.
I know how you feel Matt. When Gabby Giffords told us the border was secure I disagreed. And now we see the carnage of her lies. I wanted her voted out, but my vote was washed away by the open borders crowd. It's something you just have to get used to.
If the "Affordable Care Act simply isnt working.." why not fix it? Instead you've ridden this horse right off a cliff. Seven years of passing Obamacare repeal bills and this is what the GOP has been able to come up with? They are simply incapable of running a government.
Vote her out. She's not working for this state or her constituents.
I'm sorry but I am confused.
Are we trying to control health care costs, or health care insurance costs? What have the doctors and the drug companies done to help?
Once again my name is not Lesko.
Thank you Martha. I appreciate your efforts.
They drained the swamp and filled it with garbage. Take out the Trash!
Mercatur was introduced and created by a Dutch/Flemish cartographer in the 16th century. It is useful because it accurately maintains directional bearing, so it is a great navigational map and very useful, and it was used by Eurpean Trading companies to conquer the world. Google uses a web mercatur projection for all of it's mapping. In order to maintain accurate directional bearing the mercatur projection distorts the size and area of land masses near to the poles. This is the root of political bias complaints but this map was not created to present a false picture of the world, that came later. This projection was created as a navigational tool.
Map projections are just that, a projection of an imperfect geoid onto a flat surface. There is no way to maintain area, distance, direction and shape. No matter what projection you choose you will sacrifice one or more than one of these. This newly adopted Peters Projection is an equal area projection, which means it distorts shapes, as anyone can see by looking at it.
I think it is inappropriate for a school to present any single one of these maps without the context. Teaching about basic mapping and geography is important. If we teach children that different map projections serve different purposes they can then seek out the map that best suits their needs for any particular project or application. Basing a map choice on a political platform is just plain wrong. Mercatur and Peters should be hung side by side and viewed as a teaching opportunity, not swapped out every time politics change.
As are yours Ms. Lesko.
Their reactions are strange aren't they?
Thanks for the feedback.
"Be kind?" That's what you advise, while writing a comment like that? Interesting.
The advice of people like you -- people who want to suppress informed discussion of what is ACTUALLY going on in TUSD and who aggress, in the comment streams and elsewhere, against those who bother to take the time needed to share valid information -- should be disregarded. But your opinions and advice (and insults) are definitely useful in helping us understand what is going on locally: as was highlighted nicely in the comment stream on the piece linked below, a network of bullies is hard at work in Tucson, relentlessly and systematically using every means at their disposal to make sure their lies steer public opinion. Oh, and (as above) punching anyone who dares to disagree in the face.
It sure sounds as if they make it the right way. My mother (if she was still alive) might have given them a lot of business. She never passed up a Wienerbrd when we lived in Sweden 1962/1963. I doubt if she ever bought a so-called "Danish" from any American bakery.
(I keep trying to edit & this comment refuses to take my Swedish o with two dots over it between the r & d in Wienerbrod).
Christ! Just go over there, order a Danish and pay what they ask you for.
The address is in the third paragraph. The sixth paragraph says that the guy starts baking at 4 AM. You can take an educated stab at the hours of this bakery.
And a room full of old white men are talking about repealing maternity coverage mandates. Last I heard every white man in that room in the White House had a mother needing maternity care, and you can bet every white man in that room has a spouse needing maternity coverage. Whatever they all have for maternity coverage, should be for every person in the United States.
Everyone knows the working class pays the largest percentage of sales tax. Ergo, it's the only tax Ducey can love, a mere annoyance to his demographic.
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