I think Katie is a good public servant. She made a mistake and will pay the consequences for it. If this turns into a pattern, then her position should be in question. Otherwise, I think we should move on. I do think it needs to be said, whoever else works in Paul Cunningham's office I think should pre-emptively check themselves into rehab. lol There seems to be a good deal of alcohol related misbehavior in that office.
My dad was a Republican until the day he died in 2005, god rest his soul. He lamented the demise of the Republican Party, and until Mr. Kozachik came on the scene I had yet to find a Republican in pubic office of my father's character, values, and integrity. I am both happy and sad that Mr. Kozachik is no longer a Republican. I'm happy that the extremist Republican Party in this state can not primary Mr. Kozachik and knock him out of office. I am happy that he will continue his work on the council now as a Democrat. But I'm sad that this appears, at least in my mind, to be the final nail in the coffin for any hope for a reasonable Republican Party that can be reasonably be expected to counterbalance the Democrats.
So happy to hear Frank Antenori is losing. :)
Thank you for this column, especially the take back America sentiment. I'm not a fan of Obama, in fact I voted for Jill Stein, but the right's pathological hatred for President Obama and the ad hominem attacks on him I've found are just euphemisms used so they can avoid calling him a n----r.
I would encourage Francisco Alatorre and anyone who feels the same to vote for Jill Stein the Green Party candidate for President. Barack Obama has no chance of winning Arizona and because of the electoral college any vote for Barack Obama will be a wasted vote, since the popular vote doesn't matter. A vote for Jill Stein however will help build the Green Party, the nation's only true progressive party.
I agree with Alonzo Morado, is it possible to get some recommendations for Pima Community College Governing Board?
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