It is too bad the television stations in Tucson do not utilize people with real forecast experience. It seems to be the trend across the country to hire broadcaster with an interest in weather. As a retired weather forecaster and USAF Master Meteorologist, I was told I was over qualified at several locations across the country. I even have a degree in Journalism to go with my degrees in Meteorology. DM has a significant talent pool of "real" weather forecasters, folks who create their own forecasts, rather than read the generalized dribble that comes from the National Weather Service. But veterans seldom get a real chance to utilize their experience and knowledge in this country.
It is funny how she answers the questions just like Obama, without answering them. And yet so many of you buy into his responses and will criticize McSally's.
The undocumented immigrant movement has developed into a very savvy group with their smart phones and clandestine meetings teaching the methods of social unrest. Imagine how much better their homelands would have been if they had tried to improve their way of life there. But it is easier to collapse the republic rather than stay home and fix those problems.
Fred; I saw some passing comments about Barber's voting record, but never with the kind of vitriol he exercise toward Republicans. I have met Jim while a student at U of A, he is a nice man but does not have an unbiased bone in his body. He lives and breathes the liberal agenda and anyone who dares disagree with him are subject to serious scorn. If he would try to understand the other view points rather than ridicule them, he may see there is some reason and logic to the sides. I try to do that and take great umbrage when I see a wrong.
I find it difficult to believe anyone who would state how they would vote for legislation they haven't read. Oh wait, isn't that what Pelosi told the Democrats when the ACA came up for a vote? The questions should be what do you believe in not what-ifs. I would imagine a great number of Democrats in the district would be upset over Barber's votes supporting the Republican stance on a wide range of topics that would normally rile the Democrats. Why isn't that being covered? Oh yeah, Nintzel only knows how to gripe about Republicans.
When anyone reads the tease you expect another slap at the Tea Party hidden in the story. I know the article was about Dr. Who, a British attempt at scifi with some of the worst acting I have ever seen. But I know there is a cult-like following, like the Democrat Party. Bow down and kiss his majesty's ring.
I wonder why someone with such obvious lack of intellect would believe he angers the Tea Party folks. They try and try to enlighten Tom, but he refuses to understand the issues of excessive taxation, government control, intrusion and expansion into our daily lives. Apparently, Tom has never read the Constitution or he doesn't believe it applies to modern times. I can only wonder how he ever was allowed to write for any paper with such a closed mind.
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