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Posted: Sunday, October 14, 2012 7:31 am

“By publishing the liberal ravings of a retired English teacher who supports his assertions with bogus data from liberal rags barely one week apart, advocating the reelection of Barack Hussein Obama and gun control, I must conclude that the EV Tribune supports socialism and a defenseless citizenry. For his information, it is already illegal to transport firearms across the border into Mexico, except for the Feds. Governor Jan Brewer and other Arizona politicians are not afraid of the NRA, they are implementing the wishes of the citizens of Arizona.”

“Obama lied, people died, Obama, Hillary, Napolitano and all others that lied in fast and furious and in the Libya cover up must be brought to justice before the American public taxpayers.”

“If Dora, Spongebob and Mickey can survive without taxpayer funds, Big Bird and Elmo will be just fine without taxpayer support!”

“It takes a lot of brass to scold someone on foreign policy when your own foreign policy is to evade the draft with deferments. Actions speak louder than words and are a reflection of ones character. They are not a phantasm that can be etch-A-scetched away.”

“It’s about time that the Supreme Court shot down Affirmative Action, not only in College and University admissions but everywhere. Why should the color or lack of color of a person’s skin give them precedence over another equally or less-equally qualified applicant? America was founded as a ‘meritocracy’. Every man and woman being equal irregardless of ethnicity, wealth, and religion. Let’s get back to an applicant’s qualifications as the sole reason for admission.”

“I would like to commend your paper for covering the High School Sports program. Since there are quite a few kids that are not involved in sports but are in the Arts (Band, Chorus and Plays), I would appreciate some coverage of those items. Maybe you could give the Arts programs one column to list all the plays and events that the community could go to. The plays we have gone to have been quite good, it is just hard to know when to look for them at each individual high school.”

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