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Comment Archives: stories: News & Opinion: T Q&A

Re: “T Q&A

This man has hate issues. He wants to hate everybody whose opinion is not the same as his. I don't want that kind of America.

15 likes, 13 dislikes
Posted by Warren Foster on 04/21/2016 at 10:45 AM

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This man is full of shit! I was at that rally and there were TWO people, Sanders AND a woman--BOTH in KKK masks! These people are NOT protesters! They're agitators and their goal is to go to Trump rallies, cause chaos and shout down Donald Trump! These Left-wing agitators are responsible for ALL the drama at Trump rallies. Also, since Trump is financing his own campaign, a Trump rally is basically a private event so Trump can have these agitators removed. Protesters have the right to peacefully protest outside but they DON'T have the right to disrupt the rally or try to shut it down! Also, the media has conveniently tried to downplay the fact that the Trump supporter involved in the fight was Black! I, too, am Black and a Trump supporter because his policies will truly benefit ALL Americans! I tune out the noise and I don't let the Left do my thinking for me! TRUMP, TRUMP, TRUMP IN 2016!

14 likes, 30 dislikes
Posted by LiberalFree2016 on 04/21/2016 at 10:20 AM

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What on Earth leads you to believe Trump would be able to effect that kind of change? What makes you think that one of the very people who benefits from the status quo would be inclined to fight to change it?
Beyond that, the man is a vocally racist, sexist, classist, xenophobic narcissist who encourages his supporters to physically assault those who speak out against him.
He is a facist who would be incredibly dangerous if he had the power of the presidency, not to mention that he is a downright embarrassment to the US in the eyes of the world.

11 likes, 12 dislikes
Posted by T.k. Morgan on 04/22/2016 at 7:05 PM

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What I'd like to know is, exactly which of Donald Trump's policies do the Left have a problem with? Is it his streamlining of the tax brackets from seven to four? Or is it his tax policy that says if you're and individual making $25,000 or less or married making $50,000 you will pay no taxes? Is it his immigration policy? Let me ask a you lefties something. What would you do if you came home from work and found people you didn't know sitting in your living room demanding to stay? Would you go out and leave your door wide open? Then why should our country do it? NO other country puts up with that so why should America? Why should certain cities in this country be allowed to blatantly ignore immigration law? This is a serious national security issue that the Left refuses to address. In addition to the murder of Kate Steinle, Hispanic gangs made up of many who are in this country illegally have been killing random Black people in California for over a decade! Many areas that were predominantly Black in LA are now predominantly Hispanic and illegal! So, yea, as a proud Black American i want that wall! Does the Left have a problem with Donald Trump's plan to bring jobs back into this country? The loss of manufacturing jobs (as well as illegal immigration) has devastated the Black community and many other parts of this country so why would the Left be opposed to Donald Trump's plan to repatriate all that corporate cash that's overseas at a low 10% tax rate or his policy which lowers the corporate tax rate to make corporate inversions unnecessary and keep jobs here at home? Why are we protecting other countries and not getting anything out of it and losing our jobs due to so-called "free trade" policies? Donald Trump is talking sense and it seems that the Left can't stand it and the only weapon they have is to play the race card like they always do when they have no other argument. Well, I've erased the "R" word from my vocabulary because it had become meaningless. I'm an American, Black, a woman and I'm proud to be supporting Donald J. Trump for President of the United States!

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Posted by LiberalFree2016 on 04/21/2016 at 10:57 AM

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If every child could have Cherie' Lazaroff as their 3 year old teacher, the world would be a kinder, better place. We consider ourselves so lucky that all three of our children were so fortunate to start their school experience with this wonderfully gifted teacher. <3

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Posted by Carolyn Angland McCourt on 01/12/2012 at 9:38 PM

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@LiberalFree2016: nope.

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Posted by devmonkey on 04/22/2016 at 11:00 AM

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He was sticking it in faces of many for at least an hour before this happened.

He kept poking, and he got poked. He deserved it. Crash a party, you may get crashed.

9 likes, 22 dislikes
Posted by What, Again on 04/22/2016 at 9:14 PM

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I was there, too. And, while it may have been a private event, Tucson taxpayers are shouldering the burden of the extra security required to host a monster at the TCC. Since ACTUALLY I am paying for the security at a "private event" you can shove it. I'd show up again. I'd get pulled off the floor again, and I will continue to scream the message that Trump is a dirty, disgusting, misogynist, racist, narcissistic, party flipper whose values are wholly "whatever it takes" to win the White House. His supporters may be good people, but I don't know any good people who support Trump. Kind of strange, right?

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Posted by Serena Simi on 04/26/2016 at 6:09 AM

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What makes them think he was struck by a Trump supporter? I heard from somebody that it was a black lives matter person that came to the event just to see and hear what was going on.

Can you imagine somebody doing that?

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Posted by Suzanne Longo on 04/22/2016 at 4:18 PM

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As soon as we saw the yard at TCS we were hooked. Definitely one of the best outdoor learning areas in the city. It was hard to leave our 3-year-old at preschool, but the co-op environment eases you into it, and the kindness and excellent teaching that only Cherie Lazaroff can provide set him up for a positive experience then and for the rest of his school years.

7 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Brenda Lee Kozuch on 01/14/2012 at 7:11 AM

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Amy- we are honored to have you teach our students at PCC. Thank you for developing and teaching Vote to our community.

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Posted by Sylvia Lee on 05/05/2016 at 8:09 AM

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Libby is a lieing deceaving and only helps homeless for personal gain

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Posted by 111111j on 08/03/2012 at 5:49 PM

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Given our current political climate, VOTE is more important than ever. Kudos to Prof. Cramer for encouraging civilized debate about important policy issues. If we all stopped to think about the underlying assumptions of people who disagreed with us, maybe we could understand the positions of those who have different perspectives from us. That's what democracy demands -- especially today.
--Prof E Cohn, American University

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Posted by E Cohn on 05/06/2016 at 8:37 AM

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Does anybody know who the KKK lady was? It looks like this may also be a new angle. They claim to be supporting Hillary. Is that why they were there?

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Posted by David Monseur on 04/26/2016 at 4:13 PM

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Yes, desertrat, I agree! However, I decided to not include my discussion with Simons about transgender individuals because it was such a short piece. If it is helpful for you to know, Simons did discuss the reason transgender people were not included. According to Simons, the study designers believed that the experiences of "sexual minorities" are different enough from transgender experiences that they need to be studied separately. Hope this helps!

5 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Natalia Navarro on 02/25/2016 at 10:26 PM

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Make sure you vote for Carlos' painting on Facebook when it becomes available and tell all your friends! Remember, he's representing ALL OF ARIZONA!! Good luck!

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Posted by Carlos Ivan Michel on 10/25/2012 at 8:12 AM

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Hospitality begins at home, too. And Jesus said to be nice to your neighbors.

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Posted by Quaking on 06/25/2012 at 4:41 AM

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My son went to TCS and had Cheri Lazaroff as his teacher. He still remembers his years there and and being part of the TCS community was a very special time for my whole family. It is an amazing school and Cherie along with the other teachers we met there are truly gifted teachers and good human beings. I would recommend TCS to any family and would send my kids back there in a heart beat.

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Posted by Carolina Aguirre Freund on 01/13/2012 at 1:19 PM

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I, at the Trump rally merely to observe, walked through security with Mr. Sanders. He was nothing but polite going into the arena and was not to my knowledge accompanied by the KKK woman. From across the arena I also witnessed the assault upon Mr. sanders. Let's not keep blaming the victim for the horrible behavior exhibited by the perpetrator.

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Posted by Nick Massaro on 04/26/2016 at 3:19 PM

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I'm just glad that people like LiberalFree2016 spend so much time on comment threads rather than inflicing themselves on the public at large. And please, please, spend as much time and effeort as you can responding to my comment.

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Posted by impulsenine on 04/25/2016 at 2:18 PM

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