Micky Smythe 
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Re: “Danehy

Yeah, Teachers are the most under appreciated and lowest paid of America's working professionals. I have a girl friend, who is a Teacher, and she works all week, and, then, works on her week-ends-which she is not paid, for all her overtime, she basically, donates to the State.
The Bundy's think the land they want to over graze on, is their land. Just because you're squater's, doesn't mean you own it. The public land is owned by the Citizen's. The various National Public Land Agencies, monitor the pasture's, so the pasture's aren't overgrazed. Government Land is the cheapest amount charged for grazing fees in the country. These guy's don't want to pay the fees, on Public Land, then, over graze the land... And, then, make the bald-ass statement, that they own the land. Huh?

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Posted by Micky Smythe on 01/21/2016 at 9:07 AM

Re: “Danehy

I really liked last weeks column about Pancho Villa, it is good to re-visit the history of certain political personages, and remind folks of historical facts.
And this weeks is written poignantly. We will see if this next cat sitting in the Governor's office will not, judging from his crony roots, disappoint us too.
East Valley News Net, if Tom Danehy's, articles are a waste, And, this Rag, Why are you wasting your valuable time responding to it? Thank you Tom. Sincerely, Mick Smythe.

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Posted by Micky Smythe on 01/15/2015 at 10:16 AM

Re: “Huppenthal: "They Were Pouring Boiling Oil On Me In That Blog!"

The RightWing-Extremist, are always the victims. If the A__holes don't want to be criticized for their comments, maybe, they should think long and hard about throwing out abrasive vitriol. Micky Smythe

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Posted by Micky Smythe on 07/31/2014 at 12:19 PM

Re: “Downing

The AZ Daily Star has reached a new low, if that could be possible, eh? The U.S. Forest Service, are only administrators of federal forest land, they don't own it, We The People do. The U.S. Forest Services', charge is to protect the Citizens land, from those who are committed to wasting and destroying it from destruction and vandalism. Through-out the U.S. Forest Services, history, they have always supported corporate interest, not the peoples land, which is their mandate. Hopefully, besides Pima County Representatives, Hurrah! for them, another responsible Government Agency, will step in for the protection of this important water-shed of southern AZ, for the health of the all the species, the Santa Rita Mountains, provides for and nourishes. And for a better daily news source read the Tucson Sentinel. Sincerely, Micky Smythe.

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Posted by Micky Smythe on 02/08/2014 at 12:48 PM

Re: “Danehy

Once again Tom, an excellent article. Exposing the truth, that the extremist, anti-Americans, would not like exposed. Keep up the good fight against the propagandist. I look forward To your next investigative article, thanks. Micky Smythe

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Posted by Micky Smythe on 02/06/2014 at 12:59 PM

Re: “The Skinny

Yeah, and these Repugnant/Tea Party operatives, are gonna' save the average American Citizen, ha! AZ I feel, will never emerge from its extremist morass. God save us from the likes of these dudes. Sincerely, Micky Smythe.

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Posted by Micky Smythe on 02/06/2014 at 12:34 PM

Re: “Border Patrolled Youth

Bueno, article it covers the myriad complexities of the border cities...in these times. And will anyone really ever be held accountable for a life taken? What it feels like is that the investigation, maybe, just disappeared...So no one will be held responsible. Border cities are tough places to live and especially, to grow up at. Hopefully, the truth will be brought out into the sunlight. Micky Smythe.

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Posted by Micky Smythe on 02/06/2014 at 12:02 PM

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