What, again, the "What,Me Worry" troll crawls out from under the "I don't have a name rock" tired of cavorting with spiders and scorpions to share his poison. Just remember "What Again", once your playmates see a little light shine on you, even they will not want you back.
Thank you for sharing this Hoss. So insightful, soulful....brilliant my dear friend.
Just last fall needing an answer to a question regarding a political candidate, I said, "Let's call Martin. He will know or he will find out." And an hour after asking him, I had the accurate answer from Martin. Throughout my 40 years in local politics Martin was a mainstay; a decent gentleman, and a solid support for his wife, family, and friends. We will not soon see his like again. RIP Martin.
Martin was a blessing to his family, his community, his party and his country. Long and fondly will he be remembered.
I'll admit, I wouldn't mind seeing her stoned. Or drunk. Anything to chill her out a little.
What, Again - shut the fuck up, you.
What would anyone face hate filled Tucson liberals? I think they would love to see her stoned. Tucson liberals and radical islamists - peas in a pod.
That's a great point Matt in AZ. If you had a chance what were you going to ask her? Why don't we list them all here, and see if anybody knows the answers?
Thanks so much for this article. It is sad that our representative refuses to face us and refuses to answer unscreened questions.
Wow, Jim. That's some really unbiased reporting you've got going for you there. Whew!
" destroy Planned Parenthood, " ???
Really Mr Nintzel? Really? Who gave you that bit of misinformation, a fake news channel?
How can you destroy a non profit that receives tens of millions from individual donors that receive tax breaks for donating?
Please do at least as much research as me, or what's the point? Even the Episcopal health Foundation is funding abortions.
There were several reasons why Prop 205 failed. The biggest detractor for me was the semi-monopoly it gave the current medical dispensaries and growers.
The Safer Arizona initiative goes too far in the other direction. Arizona voters will not go for a free-for-all, and they shouldn't.
Was there a "We're an American Band" sticker on my notebook in high school? Yes, there was...right next to the obligatory STP and Bud-Man stickers.
McSally refused to arrange a debate with Matt Heinz before the 2016 election and today is holding a town hall in Sahuarita which is a strongly Republican area. I appreciate "Tucson Weeley" for directing us to coverage of her event on gvnews.com and McSally Take a Stand on their Facebook page. I will watch both. I am a senior citizen dependent on taking a bus from the eastside of Tucson. Than you, "Tucson Weekly."
I think Ms. Chubon is being disingenuous here. Speaking with a member of Pantsuit Nation Tucson, I was told the intent of the "McSally Take a Stand" movement is to "force her to take a stand against Donald Trump." Somehow that doesn't square with the stated intent in this article of trying to "suss out McSally's stance on issues."
There are two types of politicians today -- and Im not talking about Republicans and Democrats.
There are those who are keeping their heads low and their asses covered hoping to ride out the next four years, and there are those who are grabbing for all the power they can get while the getting is good.
Either way you look at it, neither type is looking to do anything for anyone but themselves. Of course, what do you expect, the not-so-new paradigm in politics is you can say anything you want to get elected and then do what you damn well please once the office is yours. People need to stop listening to politicians and pay attention to what they have done in the past and who they have served.
"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."
-- Abraham Lincoln (1809 -1865)
She needs to do her job! She works for everyone in CD2, not just the republicans.
She. Can't. Hide. Forever
None of them can.
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