Jonathan Hoffman 
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Re: “Danehy

Tom,
The House originates spending bills. It's in Article V, I believe, of the U.S. constitution. They offered the president a bill that funded the entire government except for the ACA. The president said no. They sent up other bills. The president said no. He would not even talk to the House. Therefore, THE PRESIDENT SHUT DOWN THE GOVERNMENT. I'm not suggesting that you apply your vulgar epithet to the president, but I think it may be appropriate to call him "El Presidente" from now on.

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Posted by Jonathan Hoffman on 10/18/2013 at 7:34 PM

Re: “Donation Denied

Brian Flagg obviously hates Walmart more than he loves the poor.

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Posted by Jonathan Hoffman on 12/22/2012 at 9:41 AM

Re: “Danehy

Love the Pee Wee Herman reference!

Posted by Jonathan Hoffman on 12/22/2012 at 9:20 AM

Re: “Danehy

So the store manager sees the new sign go up and thinks to himself, "Great, now some recluse writer type will, after he's through staring at the fried chicken, get his undies in a knot and want to ask me why there is no hard number - as if the sign is some sort indication of the end of society as we know it. He's probably the type who would give someone unloading his cart shit about having 16 instead of 15 items, which is why the sign is going up in the first place - it's for people like he. The worst part is that no matter what I say he will not be satisfied, so I'll end up saying, 'Well, you know....', and even that will piss him off.......he'll probably write about it......I hope he does not name the store."

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Posted by Jonathan Hoffman on 07/26/2012 at 11:08 AM

Re: “The Skinny

"Due process requires more than hearsay," Charlton said. "It requires more than politics. ... This had nothing to do with the law; it had nothing to with the Constitution. It had to do with political intimidation. ... It's wrong; it's unconstitutional; and it's wholly inconsistent with what the voters put in place with (2000's) Prop 106." - This statement is insane. It has everything to do with the law, and specifically, the constitution. Do you think that the Republicans made up this process? No! It is part of the very same Prop 106 that "the voters put in place"! It's a clever trick to portray this as some sort of criminal charge - which it is not! It is an administrative process, not a criminal indictment. You can view the enumerated violations of the IRC constitutional amendment here: http://coaching.typepad.com/files/jlrc_rec… The Republicans would have been derelict in their duty were they to ignore gross misconduct of the "Independent" (actually Democrat) chairman. Will anyone report on this honestly?

Posted by Jonathan Hoffman on 11/17/2011 at 11:55 AM

Re: “Regina Romero on Occupy Tucson: 'Calling for a Moratorium on Issuing Citations'

Well, everybody is equal before the law, it's just that some are more equal than others. I may become a lefty, this being above the law thing is cool! I wish Ms. Romero publicized these ideas sooner, I probably would have voted for her. Why did she wait til the election was over?

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Posted by Jonathan Hoffman on 11/15/2011 at 10:52 AM

Re: “Republican Party Fiesta 2011: The Party's Over ... Kinda

Pretty much what I saw. Good report. Thank you.

Posted by Jonathan Hoffman on 11/09/2011 at 8:17 AM

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