Not buying what you are selling. I just view these articles as an attempt to weaken current immigration laws by any means necessary.
Next up will be LGBZRTS children with learning disabilities, right?
Emotionally abused by guards? Go away. Please, just go away to a country where you will not be emotionally abused by guards.
Ilegals just what the British called us when we try to fight for are freedom.
Ignorance this country is full of selfish people and does not want to share a free country.
Christian country? I think not.
I never knew coming to a country and trying to live better was illegal.
We will miss you!!! It was always (and that isn't a word I use very often) delicious, served in a intimate atmosphere by people who care. A place that is/was consistent with it's values...
DREAMERS are the victim of decisions by others; in this case of their parents when they were young children. They are by definition young people who have made good decisions in their young lives and earned access to higher education. Parenthetically, I was born in Maryland, raised until age 13 in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio. When I am asked today where I am from, I say Tucson, or Arizona, since I have spent nearly 60 years here. Where I first drew breath outside the womb is totally irrelevant in my life. The issue of citizenship can be resolved in time. The issue of education is current.
Guacamole aside, getting voted "the best of" sometimes doesn't have a whole lot of effect. If you go to Eegee's, you'll see on the recent paper tray liners, that we voted "Orange Dream" to be their best slush flavor, and yet, it's only available ONCE A YEAR!!! Imagine that - the flavor we voted their best, they choose to only make available once a year. I'd call that shooting oneself in the foot, to say the very least! Apparently, next month, Orange Dream is the 'flavor of the month'. It ought to be one of their standard flavors, always available. DO YOU HEAR ME EEGEE'S?????
No Tucson restaurant, in my experience (which includes the Guadalajara Grill), makes guacamole as well as it is made in New Mexico. If you really want good guacamole try a restaurant like La Posta in Mesilla or the Church Street Restaurant in Albuquerque. I've also had wonderful guacamole at a restaurant in Las Vegas, New Mexico.
Of course, I can make it myself at home that is just as good as any of these restaurants!
And you RobG need to stop wathing C.N.N. Ever hear of George Soros ?
Guadalajara Grill. Hands down.
Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.
Good call Governor Ducey.
Wow, so all you need for asylum in the U.S. is to dress like a woman or be gay? Spread the word.
Like when he cuts $100 million from the university system and drops all support for community college. Then he passes a tax cut for the wealthiest residents of the state that will cost the state $19 million this year and $24 million next year. When he has the state senate pass a bill that prohibits the state from creating a state exchange which will cause 200,000 people who WORK not to be able to get health care? Like when he panders to the gun lobby and the Koch brothers, you mean that wonderful Doug Ducey? He should be deserving of a thank you for something that should have been implemented a decade ago. Sheesh... CW13, you gotta stop watching Faux News.
Why ? Because I'm the champion of annoying left-wing stooges like you ?
I wish I knew of a good place to get guac around here. I make my own and many people have told me it is the best they have had.
I haven't had any BAD guac, it's just that I haven't had any that stands out. Maybe they still use my recipe at the Ironwood at the ASDM, I wrote it down in their cookbook 15 years ago...
Good job, Gov. Ducey.
*From a sorta liberal commenter, so shut up, CW13*
Yeah, yeah...I'm late to this, but it would be great to have a Best Massage Clinic category, since Tucson has so many - and they typically don't fit into the Spa or Alternative Health category, although that's where many end up.
Everytime Ducey sneezes the Left is all over him like a new suit. I'm curious if just one of you is going to step forward and compliment him on this. Ain't holding my breath, but one never knows.
Bigotry and ignorance is what needs getting over.
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