All he's gotta say is look, I did not give into those sexual invitations, I am a Professional, but I'm a local celebrity, and some of these "ladies" are scorned because I didn't want to play "let's hide the sausge." Look it's his sausage and if he doen't want the girls to play with it, it entirely up to him. Shame on those oversexed female city employees, they need to get back to runing city business and keep their mind off Mr. Cunningham's package. Shame on these "ladies gone wild" they are guilty of sexually harassing Paul Cunningham;l wait a few more days before it goes national on video.
NO tengo verguenza; oh, well; callate el hocicio!; xenophobics!
Go to the back of the bus-Skeps.
Check it out: Didn't the U.S .9th circut of Appeals rule on resurrecting the MAS program @ the T.U.S.D. high schools already? Where does M.A.L.D.E.F.and Richard Martinez and Raul Aguirre weigh in on getting MAS back in place by August 2nd. These people better get some Federal Action going to get these students back into MAS classes pronto.
Latino leaders like Raul Grijalva, African-American leaders, Native-American, Asian-American leaders all need to rally around this issue in Arizona and call on the Executive Branch to call in the U.S. Marshall's and the U.S. Army Reserves to force the Governor Jan Brewer to submit to Federal law. Federal Law is Supremacy Law. (that means Fed. Law trumps State law) Insofar, as Michael Hicks; what can I say Michael Hicks is, what it is. He knew what he was doing when he came out of 1010, without the rest of the Board. He had the same attitude when we were in Associated Students (Student Government) together 1990-1992. If he thinks being on the T.U.S.D. board is going to be a stepping stone into a life in Politics, he's crazy. All these pols are going to crash, This rhetoric and racist legislation is going to come back to haunt these politicans. Now go out and register more humanity in Arizona!
Look, in order to win a seat in Congress it costs about at least a million dollars: if your going to go for a seat in the U.S. Senate plan on spending at least 20 million. It takes years to garner the support Raul has; I agree on 99% of Raul's positions he has alway's supported the middle class worker of his district and the state for that matter. I think he will still fight for more and better jobs; do all he can to bring in the F-35's; do all he can to keep postal jobs; and keep Rosemont from ruining our health and beautiful desertscape. I don't know much about Glassman or the money thing with the U.F.W. and how Raul "sold-out" to California Aguriculture; I was heavy into M.E.Ch.A. from 88'to 95'. I met with Cesar Chavez, Delores Huerta, Rodolfo Acuna, Luis Valdez went to National Conferences every year and even hosted a National Chicano Student Conference in 1991. Raul was always on our side. Pima County is very progressive and so is Raul. He has integrity,and consciousness of his consituents in mind. He has always been available to hear our concerns; try working with him and voice your concerns before you try to tear up the man who done so much for our district and our State. Si Se Puede!
Me no likes Taco Bell; me likes Mi Nidito on South 4th Avenue, say hello to my little nest; the Prez loved it, too.
I'd like to drink several beers with Benny Franklin and Uncle Tommy Jefferson.
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