Del 
Member since Dec 9, 2009

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Re: “Zona Politics: State Budget, Downtown Homeless, Giffords vs. NRA & More

Pima County Democratic Party Chair Cheryl Cage if very naive! Jobs don't come from being educated ... they come from those who own and operate businesses (with or without education behind them)! No businesses, no jobs, no money, no taxes and no governmental services. She fails to be able to think six moves ahead!

8 likes, 15 dislikes
Posted by Del on 03/14/2015 at 7:33 PM

Re: “Zona Politics: State Budget, Downtown Homeless, Giffords vs. NRA & More

Pima County has the highest taxes in the State of Arizona and they want to increase it more! They can't fix our roads, they can't bring in business that will bring in jobs, and etc ... it is really simple ... no jobs, no money, no money, no taxes, no taxes no more governmental services. Sounds like Ducey has the issue correct!

7 likes, 15 dislikes
Posted by Del on 03/14/2015 at 7:14 PM

Re: “Migrant Children Shelter Supporters Clash with Protesters in Oracle, AZ

Alot of these so called children are probably not children, but young adults posing as children! In addition, one has to remember the age of consent is anywhere from 12 to 18 for these countries. Therefore, they need to be considered young adults. In any case, 1) they should be cared for and then deported back to their Country of Origin 2) The Foreign Aid we are giving them should be stopped all together and spent on caring for these individuals until such time as they are deported; 3) The border between Mexico and the USA should be closed completed; and, finally the border needs to be secured! All these things can and should be done simultaneously!

29 likes, 42 dislikes
Posted by Del on 07/15/2014 at 12:03 PM

Re: “Republican Ed Martin Wants To Challenge U.S. Rep. Ron Barber

After meeting Martha McSally many times and discussing various positions on the issues ... I personally do not think Martha can beat Ron Barber! She is way to progressive for me and is too closely aligned with Senator John McCain. I want a good Fiscal Conservative in Arizona's Congressional District #2, which I reside in.

9 likes, 7 dislikes
Posted by Del on 09/27/2013 at 6:27 AM

Re: “The Skinny

Hummm, received this in my mail yesterday, thought you all would like to see it!

Dear Fellow Patriot,

It is painfully evident that Martha McSally is the hand picked candidate of the political class in Washington who are trying to create the impression that no one else in Southern Arizona should be considered for Congress.

Even more amazing is how McSally tells us she has not made a decision, yet she filed a formal statement of candidacy with the government indicating otherwise.

The reason so many of us are sick of politicians is that they tell us one thing and do another. Just like Martha is doing right now.

We’ve had too many “Trojan Horse Republicans”. That’s why I’m giving serious consideration to those urging me to run next year.

We desperately need leaders grounded in principle that can effectively communicate solid conservative ideas and solutions.

The Republican brand is damaged and putting up candidates who say one thing and do another is why. People see through that. That explains why Martha lost a race she should have won.

The DC operatives trying to push McSally on us just released a poll saying a race with Barber will be close. We already knew that. Our last two general elections in this CD were nail biters. Martha had her chance. Barber won. "Almost” doesn’t count. Jesse Kelly found that out the hard way after a close run against Giffords. He tried a second time and was trounced.

Many have complained to me about last year and are seeking a stronger voice to carry us to victory. I concur. For the moment, my current status is “Taxpayer”, just one man exercising his First Amendment right of free speech. The minute that changes, you’ll be the first to know.

As I pray and reflect on the path I am to take, I appreciate the encouragement and support many have given. In order to fix what’s wrong in Southern Arizona and America we must not repeat mistakes. I am confident we can do better than we have.

Ed Martin

http://congressaccountabilityproject.com/a…

Posted by Del on 07/17/2013 at 3:16 PM

Re: “AZ Illustrated Politics: Background Checks, Immigration Reform, Healthcare Expansion & More

Dream Act failed in Congress at least two times if not more! The people though it's representatives have said no to illegal immigrants being given amnesty. We need Immigration Reform; however, before that we need our laws, rules and regulations enforced by this Administration. President Obama is negligent in his duties and should be impeached!

5 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by Del on 03/11/2013 at 7:46 AM

Re: “AZ Illustrated Politics: Background Checks, Immigration Reform, Healthcare Expansion & More

I don't think Background Checks are reasonable! In fact, I think they are an invasion of our rights to privacy. Background checks really don't do anything positive. If a criminal or nut case wants a gun, they will obtain it. Government has really done nothing good in regards to Gun Control, in fact they do everything very poorly; do you want to give them more power? I don't! It is "Unconstitutional" for Congress and the President to infringe on our rights to own guns!

5 likes, 4 dislikes
Posted by Del on 03/11/2013 at 7:33 AM

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