Steve Kozachik is not a dark horse anymore.
I was impressed when I first met him - as a guest of the local chapter of Democracy for America. He likely was the only Republican in the crowd. He had recently been elected to the city council and was participating on a panel to discuss taxation (the room was filled). Despite his lack of experience in politics, after the event it was Kozachik who the attendees wanted to talk to.
When it comes to analyzing a problem and doing the homework, there is no one in city government who does it better, agree with him or not.
I support him and his basic philosophy on governance (which is hardly iconoclastic, Mr. Mayor).
He is destined for higher office - which I cannot help but believe would be a blessing for his constituents.
F-35s are single jet engine aircraft. Air Force pilots call such aircraft, because engine failure guarantees a immediate crash to earth, "lawn darts." These instruments of destruction need to be kept far away from ground-based humans - at least this one.
Obama just told America to stop sniveling, buck up and get ready for austerity, this on a newscast on so-called public radio. Then the announcer offered, "Mr. Obama will be at a campaign fund-raising event this evening where donors will pay $35,000 per ticket to attend." If Obama is our only hope, then we have no hope.
PS: I, for one, do not think Tucson Weekly staff should be allowed to drink during working hours.
The US military is collapsing of its own weight. More than half the annual appropriations (expenditures) of the US government is devoted to the support of this killing apparatus. Our FICA taxes are used to support this killing machine while government threatens to reduce Social Security and Medicare. For me, noise is NOT the issue. It's the insanity of believing we can rule the world out of the pockets of the middle class!
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