The Vent: Aug. 22 - East Valley Tribune: Opinion

The Vent: Aug. 22

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Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 7:58 am

“Wanted to thank Gov. Brewer for giving me a specified Day of Prayer. I’ll be praying all day for getting a new governor.”

“Re: Letter to the Editor, 8/19, ‘Anti LDS election mailer missed the mark.’ I’m not trying to be tacky nor anti-Mormon, but, can one tell me who isn’t Mormon (LDS) and running for election in this neck-of-the-woods?”

“It doesn’t matter what Congressman Paul Ryan says what he is going to do with Medicare. His stuttering and stammering answering simple questions leads you to believe he still intends to turn the Medicare program into a voucher laden suppository program.”

“Applause for Jan Brewer for her stand on not providing driver’s licenses to the DREAMers. We have enough uninsured, undocumented drivers in Arizona now. If the DREAMers don’t like Arizona law, they are free to move elsewhere the laws might be favorable.”

“Taxes are personal just like Hitler’s psychiatric evaluation was personal. Don’t say it isn’t the same, because it’s exactly the same when your trying to define someone’s character, and the effect on your life and millions of others.”

“How many months will pass before a judge or jury rules whether a rape was legitimate? Were the number of legitimate rapes equal to the number of fraudulent voters and will fraudulent rapists be required to have a photo ID?”

“If I were a ‘spineless’ NRA (National Rifle Association) member, and I discharged my firearm, what would happen? It takes more imagination to consider the consequence of such, than the Friday Venter has intelligence to write such rantings. Engage your intelligence, people, not just your emotions, and make the Vent column worthwhile to read. Either that, or write your drivel in the comment section online, so that valuable print space is not wasted!”

“I’m tired of politicians trying to ‘out-conservative’ each other in TV ads. It makes me sick, and I guess I’m in the minority in this state because I’m not a conservative. In one of his ads, Jeff Flake says he’s an ‘Arizona conservative.’ What the heck does that mean? Does it mean that he hates brown people just like Sheriff Joe and Gov. Brewer do?”

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