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Re: “'Repeal and Replace' Cuts Schools' Medicaid Funding

http://thedevelopmentofrome.weebly.com/roman-tripartite-government.html

If this had been in place Clinton couldn't have pardoned the pedophiles and Obama couldn't release all the drug dealers.

he might be on to something.

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Posted by Wally World on 06/23/2017 at 3:58 PM

Re: “'Repeal and Replace' Cuts Schools' Medicaid Funding

I know Exactly what he Means.

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Posted by The Russians Hacked My Email Again on 06/23/2017 at 2:03 PM

Re: “'Repeal and Replace' Cuts Schools' Medicaid Funding

Tripartite Co-Equal Constitutional Political System ??!! Try saying that 3 times. I'm impressed. You're still a moron but, one who uses big words. I love how our President gnaws at your gut and you can't do zilch about it. Question. I blew up your picture. Just what is that thing your pointing at? If your mind was in the gutter like mine....

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Posted by CW13 on 06/23/2017 at 1:14 PM

Re: “How's the New 'Anyone Can Teach in Arizona' Law Working Out So Far?

Steve was this you?

https://casetext.com/case/longariello-v-phoenix-union-high-school-district-3

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Posted by Ellen D on 06/23/2017 at 12:02 PM

Re: “'Repeal and Replace' Cuts Schools' Medicaid Funding

Voters must participate in the Electoral Process and " Boot" the Republicans out of the US House of Representatives and Senate; locally this means Martha McSally and Jeff Flake. With this in place, we might have a chance to "boot" their Inveterate Lying Leader...Donald Trump!!!!. He acts as a Dictator which No understanding of our Tripartite Co-Equal Constitutional Political System. He represents a Serious Threat to our Social System, our Constitutionally Protected Freedoms and, as well, a Serious Threat to our National Security.

Perhaps as well, the Congressional Investigations currently under way, will uncover evidence of His/His Minions collaboration with his Friend and Mentor Putin, to justify his removal from Office.

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Posted by Francis Saitta on 06/23/2017 at 11:57 AM

Re: “How's the New 'Anyone Can Teach in Arizona' Law Working Out So Far?

Steve Longariello
5/15/2017 2:22 PM MST


Steve Longariello

5/14/2017 2:52 PM MST

The real problem in Arizona is the silent war going on between the locals and the many people who are moving to Arizona from other states. The Gov. of AZ will never admit to this. So I'll fill ya in.
Many of the people coming to live in Arizona are bigger than and more qualified, and educated than the typical Arizonian. This has outraged the locals who can not compete. Because of this the locals are attacking the out of state people and their efforts to live in Arizona. They are trying to get them to leave.
I have seen this with respect to all human matters in Arizona. Arizonians have become a nasty people with no respect for the law. Their administrators have permitted abuse of out of state children (you all remember that one) as well as other human abuses in all aspects of law and justice.
The teacher shortage in Arizona was caused by the locals in an effort to get the out of state people to leave. After the teachers left the Arizonians found the money for hiring teachers but claimed that they could not find qualified teachers. So what they did was take the money and hire unqualified locals
to cover the classroom.
IF YOU MOVED TO ARIZONA FROM ANOTHER STATE AND HAVE CHILDREN-DON'T SEND THEM TO SCHOOL. YOU WILL LATER REGRET IT. INSTEAD, BAND TOGETHER AND DEMAMD THAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TAKE OVER THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
IF YOU ARE A TEACHER FROM ANOTHER STATE, DON'T COME TO TEACH IN ARIZONA UNTIL FEDS TAKE OVER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN ARIZONA. YOU WILL ALSO REGRET IT.
Don't let these nasty little Neanderthals interfere with your child's right to an appropriate education.
Steve J. Longariello

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Posted by Steve Longariello on 06/23/2017 at 11:01 AM

Re: “How's the New 'Anyone Can Teach in Arizona' Law Working Out So Far?

Steve Longariello
5/15/2017 2:22 PM MST

The real problem in Arizona is the silent war going on between the locals and the many people who are moving to Arizona from other states. The Gov. of AZ will never admit to this. So I'll fill ya in.
Many of the people coming to live in Arizona are bigger than and more qualified, and educated than the typical Arizonian. This has outraged the locals who can not compete. Because of this the locals are attacking the out of state people and their efforts to live in Arizona. They are trying to get them to leave.
I have seen this with respect to all human matters in Arizona. Arizonians have become a nasty people with no respect for the law. Their administrators have permitted abuse of out of state children (you all remember that one) as well as other human abuses in all aspects of law and justice.
The teacher shortage in Arizona was caused by the locals in an effort to get the out of state people to leave. After the teachers left the Arizonians found the money for hiring teachers but claimed that they could not find qualified teachers. So what they did was take the money and hire unqualified locals
to cover the classroom.
IF YOU MOVED TO ARIZONA FROM ANOTHER STATE AND HAVE CHILDREN-DON'T SEND THEM TO SCHOOL. YOU WILL LATER REGRET IT. INSTEAD, BAND TOGETHER AND DEMAMD THAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TAKE OVER THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
IF YOU ARE A TEACHER FROM ANOTHER STATE, DON'T COME TO TEACH IN ARIZONA UNTIL FEDS TAKE OVER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN ARIZONA. YOU WILL ALSO REGRET IT.
Don't let these nasty little Neanderthals interfere with your child's right to an appropriate education.
Steve J. Longariello

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Posted by Steve Longariello on 06/23/2017 at 11:00 AM

Re: “How's the New 'Anyone Can Teach in Arizona' Law Working Out So Far?

Huppenthal: could you please explain why, if the legislature increased overall funding to schools significantly, it would not be possible for districts to increase BOTH the average salary and the shortage salary?

While overall funding remains this low, they can only increase "average" salaries at the expense of "novice" salaries, or vice-versa.

Would you like them to lower salaries for experienced teachers in the schools so salaries for inexperienced (and now, insufficiently qualified) novices who may not choose to remain in the profession long-term can be increased?

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Posted by Questions for Huppenthal on 06/23/2017 at 10:20 AM

Re: “'Repeal and Replace' Cuts Schools' Medicaid Funding

Wait for the real facts, or this could happen to you. People are pushing themselves to insanity.

http://fox42kptm.com/news/local/nebraska-democratic-party-official-ousted-after-controversial-audio-recording-surfaces.

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Posted by Tammy Parsone on 06/23/2017 at 10:09 AM

Re: “Cinema Clips: War Machine

ladderflappy:

Shut up!

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Posted by Gene Simmons of THE Hottest Band in the Land...KISS! on 06/23/2017 at 9:11 AM

Re: “How's the New 'Anyone Can Teach in Arizona' Law Working Out So Far?

Education is basically a thorn in the sides of most Republicans because their opinions matter more than science or mathematics. If the curriculum for Arizona schools was based strictly on biblical principles the legislature would be pouring money into the teaching profession like it was manna from heaven. The students wouldn't learn anything but the legislature could defend their position by saying they are doing everything they can to make education in Arizona worthwhile.

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Posted by Beneal Good on 06/23/2017 at 7:46 AM

Re: “Cinema Clips: War Machine

your movie judgement shows a lack of education and experience of how the upper echelon of the american military performs since Dubya. Do some more homework and maybe the intention of this movie will be more apparent.

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Posted by laddderflappy on 06/23/2017 at 7:26 AM

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