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Re: “Danehy

I think I get it here: irony happens when the Republican "base" is so angry, so shortsighted, so backward, and quite simply so damn dumb that they vote in the primaries for the ONLY person that will most disadvantageously lose to Hillary Clinton. With the possible exception of T Cruz, I think ANY one of the other guys had bona fides enough to win the general election this year. Trump may be rich (on paper), but he is so lacking in integrity that the ball won't bounce his way - ever again.

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Posted by Reality Checklist on 10/22/2016 at 11:02 AM

Re: “Editor's Note

Norman Finkelstein is not a "Holocaust denier," both his parents were Holocaust survivors. That took about 3 seconds of research to find, btw, I've never even heard of this guy before. If that's your lead point, I'm concerned with the credibility of the rest of your post.

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Posted by Try Using Google on 10/22/2016 at 10:41 AM

Re: “Will Hispanics Help Elect Hillary in Arizona? 'Nah,' Said Jan Brewer, 'They don’t get out and vote.’

This is the oddest thread of comments as far as how the likes and dislikes are represented. For the most part, everything is in order with logic; although there are 2 comments that defy that logic.
One of those comments mentions our winter residents; I will not refer to them as "snowbirds" because some of our part time residents really despise that term. I am not here to offend them, everyone should respect their elders. I am not sure of the reason why the dislikes currently triple the likes on this one, all I can guess about that is maybe most people feel that they are the reason as to why the asshats seems to dominate the government in this state. Who really knows? I sure don't.
The other like/dislike ratio that REALLY blows my mind is one that belongs to the comment which has probably been repeated several hundred times by the ugliest troll that currently stains the comment section on the TW site. Of course, I am referring to the most infamous troll Wrong, Again. Unlike our winter visitors which are worthy of our respect, this slimy troll isn't worthy of the chewing gum that connects the bottom of your shoe to the hot summer sidewalk. How does this comment currently hold 50 (last I checked) likes on a thread where everything else actually seems to be in a logical space?
The universe must definitely be out of alignment. That's just crazy! The only logical explanation for this is that Wrong, Again sent messages to all his Triple K brothers across the country and they checked in to give him the upticks which he is so undeserving of. If these guys have one thing going for them, it is that they do stick together; just as the gum I mentioned in the last paragraph. Believe me when I say that nobody really wants to be involved in either one of these sticky situations.

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Posted by AZ/DC! on 10/22/2016 at 8:21 AM

Re: “Will Hispanics Help Elect Hillary in Arizona? 'Nah,' Said Jan Brewer, 'They don’t get out and vote.’

"Well, that was incoherent. At least What, Again keeps his ignorance short and bitter."

Hey Peabo, you forgot to include stale and unoriginal.

I like him better when he's following his doctors orders.

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Posted by AZ/DC! on 10/22/2016 at 7:37 AM

Re: “Will Hispanics Help Elect Hillary in Arizona? 'Nah,' Said Jan Brewer, 'They don’t get out and vote.’

yes... please quit insulting The Neanderthals

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Posted by xcolumn on 10/22/2016 at 6:48 AM

Re: “Will Hispanics Help Elect Hillary in Arizona? 'Nah,' Said Jan Brewer, 'They don’t get out and vote.’

Socialism is a deterrent for them so why would they vote for her? Are they really that blind?

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Posted by David Blue on 10/22/2016 at 5:48 AM

Re: “Hell Yes! The 2016 Tucson Weekly Endorsements

I'm not voting for either of the 2 candidates shoved down our throats by the media for President, there are other choices. All other info I've gathered here I'll research myself with my perspective a little more attuned. Thanks for the 411. God Bless America... That's the only change that will work anymore.

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Posted by Him on 10/22/2016 at 5:14 AM

Re: “Will Hispanics Help Elect Hillary in Arizona? 'Nah,' Said Jan Brewer, 'They don’t get out and vote.’

So are "snowbirds" "permanent residents"? If so are they voting by absentee in their home state and voting in Az? Because that would be voter fraud wouldn't it?
Just saying

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Posted by Kim Connell on 10/22/2016 at 5:07 AM

Re: “Will Hispanics Help Elect Hillary in Arizona? 'Nah,' Said Jan Brewer, 'They don’t get out and vote.’

Comparing Jan Brewer to a Neanderthal is insulting to Neanderthals, especially since the latest anthropological studies indicate they had bigger brains than modern man. As for Jan's age being indicative of her intelligence or relevance in the 21st Century, ignorance has no age restrictions. Of course, those of us who have seen more than a couple presidential elections have a better perspective on just how screwed up the 2016 race has become.

Nevertheless, thanks to that smaller brain size of "modern" man and a severe lack of critical thinking skills we may be seeing the next step in human evolution when a certain segment of the electorate - you know how you are - execute a full cranial rectal insertion inside the voting booth and choose a blond hair piece-wearing, knuckle-dragging, orangutan's uncle for president - with apologies to orangutans everywhere.

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Posted by sgsmith on 10/22/2016 at 4:22 AM

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