There are actually four beautiful dogs facing euthanasia this evening. I'd take them all if I could, so many nice dogs in that shelter. Sad.
Rant about the legislature all you want, but remember they were elected by the people of this state. We live among people who support this brand of government. Face it, Arizona is the warm weather version of Alaska - a magnet for America's misfits.
You forgot about ParkWise, who seem to try very hard to paint themselves as the scum of the Earth. How do $100 to $200 parking tickets even exist in a low-wage town like Tucson?
For years Kyl crusaded against online gambling in the US. After not getting anywhere as stand-alone legislation for years, it was Kyl, along with Bill Frist, who attached 17 pages to a ports security bill that outlawed all the online casino sites that had been operating in the US. Now in the waning days of his career he is co-sponsoring (with Harry Reid) a bill to allow US gaming companies to operate online gambling sites. I'm glad that this bill has a good chance of passing but I wonder who influenced (bought) Kyl's dramatic change in position. What a phony POS this man is, good riddance!
"I could be wrong, but after watching Caruso-Cabrera's interview with Grijalva, I don't think she has a preferred policy position."
Yes, you're wrong. Aside from Rick Santelli, she's the biggest cheerleader for the conservative/tea bag position on CNBC. The network has declined dramatically since Comcast became majority owner, increasingly interjecting politics into their programming and becoming more like Fox Business every day. Their current "Rise Above" campaign is a perfect example of the network acting less like journalists and more like a wing of the Republican party.
"the federal government will step in and do it for Arizona, which will mean that the state has less control over how it works."
Fine by me! I suspect any health-insurance exchange administered by the radicals in state government would be a total cluster-frack.
McCain is so concerned about Benghazi that he blew off a briefing so he could attend a faux outrage press conference. Scheduling error, that's funny. Listen to the entire exchange between him and the CNN producer, I guess he couldn't recall his scheduling error even when asked repeatedly why he did not attend the briefing. An hour later they float an excuse, pathetic. McCain is still chapped from losing the 2008 election and has become just another Republican tinhorn.
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