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The Vent: April 21

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Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 6:32 pm | Updated: 3:47 am, Sat Oct 8, 2011.

“I thought I had a good grasp of the English language. Can someone tell me the difference between the two opposing slogans in the upcoming tax vote: Protect Public Safety and Public Safety First? To me they are saying the same thing. Yet one means YES and the other NO.”

“If the illegals do not like the way we treat them here, that’s good; they might stop coming. No more free medical, low-income housing, no more food stamps. If they want, we will treat them like they treat us if we break the law in their country.”

“Definition of a dope: buys a home near an airport and then complains about the noise”

“How long do I have to be here to be indigenous? My ancestors arrived from 11 different European nations between 200 and 400 years ago and reached Arizona over 100 years ago. I certainly wouldn’t belong anywhere else in the world. This is the only home I have.”

“If the National Day of Prayer is wrong because some people are offended by one voluntary expression of faith then the schools have to be blocked from observing Earth Day and the National Day of Silence because  I am offended.”

“Record rainfalls, massive earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes and volcanoes. Don’t be messing with Mother Earth.”

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