Monday, February 14, 2011

Maybe the Arizona Senate's Not Completely Insane

Posted By on Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 4:31 PM

Sure, as anyone knows, no stupid idea is dead in the Arizona Legislature, but Random Musings is reporting that SB 1526, one of the multiple "birther" bills floating around died in the Judiciary Committee today:


Republicans John McComish, Adam Driggs, and Rick Murphy joined Sinema and Gallardo in questioning the expansiveness of the bill and voted against it.

The bill isn't "dead" until the end of the session (it can come back as a strike-everything amendment to another bill at any time), but this is a stinging defeat for Gould.

I'd say he has a sour look on his face, but that's normal for him. :)

Seriously though, he doesn't look happy.

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