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Re: “The Skinny

Me thinks that Hellon wrote this piece and so called reporter Nintzel just reprinted. What a disservice to the journalistic world and to the voting public.

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Posted by Scooper on 08/02/2012 at 10:07 AM

Re: “Jesse Kelly Going to Work For Citizens United

As per usual Nintzel comes in late on the story. Would you lefties rather him go on welfare, food stamps, and all the other give away programs? All the viciousness would indicates that you fear he will do damage to the left smoke screen and expose it for what it is--redistribution of wealth.

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Posted by Scooper on 07/02/2012 at 9:37 PM

Re: “Jesse Kelly: Let Students Loan Rates Increase Now, Deal With Them Later

What our Higher Ed system does to our young adults is a national disgrace. We give barely them enough ed. in K-12 to get into college. Then we pave the way to "nothing" degrees" that have no value in the productive world, leading graduate with no jobs. But what do they have? A huge college loan. Jesse is right again, This system is woefully broken and the sooner the USA wakes up to the fact the better off we will be in this country.

Barber for the future? He will need a rocking chair and a shawl while on the floor of the House.
His only question will be, "How much more can we tax everybody?"

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Posted by Scooper on 06/07/2012 at 6:27 AM

Re: “A Note for Frank Antenori and His Love of Welfare Drug Tests

So what about the 40 that cancelled out--knew they would fail so at least did not cost the State anything. How do you know it did not impact the numbers? The takers as a % of the population continues to increase with a willing government ready to pass out the hand outs. If Florida stayed the same, that would indicate that as a % the takes were a smaller % of the total population. Sounds like a win win for Florida.

As an aside, why would any one want to give freebies to druggies?

GO FRANK!

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Posted by Scooper on 04/20/2012 at 7:45 PM

Re: “CD8: Democrat Ron Barber Lays Out Case Against Republican Jesse Kelly

So Jennifer, what is Barber running on? Increasing the debt to $25 Trillion? More Obamacare? More Food Stamps? Never ending unemployment payments? Open borders? Foreign policy that makes the US the laughing stick of the world? Tax the rich so that every one can be poor except the government class? Cloward-Piven? Let every illegal vote?

That is the road plan that Gabby handed him. Why should the voters expect anything different from a 31 year veteran of government service? CD8 deserves better and Jesse delivers just that.

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Posted by Scooper on 04/19/2012 at 9:21 AM

Re: “City Council Steve Kozachik To AZ Sen. Al Melvin: "Evidently, the Heavy Winter Rains Have Been Good for the Poppy Crop Up in SaddleBrooke"

Dig a little deeper if you will. Research shows this has not passed either body. Just part of the smear campaign Vic Williams has going on to gain attention in the media. Al Melvin is just his latest target. Williams is woefully behind here in District 1 and will do any thing at any one's expense to gain exposure. Why the attack on Melvin? Nothing more than exposure. The Concurrent Memorial is solid and to have one Councilman object just show how out of sync he is on the Rio Nuevo project. Just shows the tax and spend position that these two gentlemen adhere to with our money.

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Posted by Scooper on 02/06/2012 at 10:00 AM

Re: “Downing

How about opening up the competition for insurance? How about Tort reform? How about setting up programs that plan ahead?

Or maybe just watch MSNBC if Fox is the problem.

Ryan's plan is a GO.

Posted by Scooper on 05/30/2011 at 5:56 AM

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