Another racist. Welcome aboard !!
Six exclamation points in the first two sentences? Might be time to switch to decaff, Bisbee Boy.
Thanks, Bryan, for this fascinating report. I was mesmerized listening to all the different voices and points of view expressed as you wandered through the crowds.
I'll be looking forward to reading and seeing your blog.
Keep up the great job you're doing.
Apparently, the people of Turkey have demonstrated their preference for an autocrat and a loss of personal freedom. Sad.
Notable that metro Phoenix, with its 4+ million residents, had substantially fewer donors than Tucson.
No one can deny the human toll caused by the recent events in Turkey; however, based on the previous action of Erdogan and the extremely anemic numbers of troops and equipment involved in the purported coup attempt, I question whether this was an actual attempt to overthrow the current Turkish president or an elaborate pretext to justify the mass arrests and reinstatement of the death penalty in Turkey to facilitate the elimination of Erdogan’s enemies. In addition, if taken at face value, these events make it very difficult for the United States to deny surrendering Gulen based on this country’s attempts to have suspects accused of terrorist attacks against the United States extradited.
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