If Antenori wants to run every local government personally, I say let him be City Manager/County Manager Czar. He is insane, but what Republican legislator isn't. Even the ones who are semi reasonable go along, like Rich Crandall. Antenori, Pearce, Gould, Harper, Kavanaugh are all basically insane, with Sylvia Allen on another planet entirely.
Welcome to the Hugo Pearce one party State. A one party dictatorship. God help us all.
Lets see, we have already litigated most of the Tea Bag agenda---in the 1861-1865 time frame. Minor dust up that one. I guess their real agenda is restore the whole country to the Confederacy of 1861.
Weddings are definitely for women. Men just show up. All the rhetoric about "being involved" in the planning is so much fluff. All of this begs the question of why the wedding racket in American has to be like this. And it is not about "showing a committment." You don't need matching toothpick holders, and a $10,000 dress to show a committment.
You should try the Mrs. Ma Go, zoning statue issue over Mingus Mountain in Cottonwood for real entertainment.
The problem is structural. This State has been working, since the Symington bunch, under the theory that tax cuts will generate economic development. Why is the economy not the most robust in American then? Right wing theorist don't let facts stand in their way. Tax cuts spur ED,. However in reality, that is not the most important issue with business development. An educated workforce, investment in education and research, and access to markets fuels ED. What should be done is balance of taxes, and widening the base for sales tax. The number of exemption is huge. So right after tax cuts in the 90's, Arizona still needed to catch up to the 20th Century in State services and investments in infrastructure. It worked while the boom lasted. Now they can blame Janet N. for trying to bring Arizona into the 20th Century let along the 21st. You would think for the years the Republicans dominated the legislature, and forced throught tax cuts everything would be perfect in Arizona. Instead we are regressing into the 19th Century.
Livengood must of lived a ethical, and honorable life to be this lucky in missing Tim Floyd, Rick Pitino, and John Calipari. Hopefully there is not a warthog hiding in Sean Miller's background.
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