The Vent: Sept. 26 - East Valley Tribune: Opinion

The Vent: Sept. 26

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Posted: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 6:51 am

“Naturally it was a terrorist attack in Libya. I don’t think it was a coincidence that it happened on 9/11. Who else would show up at a demonstration with rocket-propelled grenades or assault rifles besides terrorists or our own tea party?”

“I can understand why so many of the left liberal/progressive side are so anti-religious. Read the Bible, Ecclesiastes 10:2-3 (NIV). 2-The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left. 3-Even as fools walk along the road, they lack sense and show everyone how stupid they are.”

“Obama’s, Holder’s and Napolitano’s leadership is proven. Proven to be non-existent.”

“The question is not what has Obama done for you in the last four years, but what he plans to do to you in the next four.”

“It’s real curious the way the main stream media continues to report all the gaffes Romney might make, but very little is said about Obama’s ridiculously devious remarks and actions. When Democrats put out a negative ad about something Romney says and nobody pays attention, TV news shows pick it up and broadcast the ad as if it were news. Talk about two-for-one!”

“The United States sends over $4 billion annually to Pakistan, Libya, and Egypt. Despite the death of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and the three other Americans killed in the pre-planned attack in Benghazi, Libya, the U.S. Senate rejected a proposal to hold aid to these nations that have not been willing partners in the war on deadly terrorists’ attacks. But at the same time, the Senate did approve a bill declaring that the United States will take action to thwart Iran’s purported plan to develop nuclear weapons.”

“I am tired of those against SB 1070 making it about hate and discrimination. It is about breaking the law by being in Arizona illegally. They demand that they be given rights just because they want them and because they want to be given preferential treatment. Again, it is about breaking the law. I am a United States citizen who has to show identification to prove who I am if I am stopped by a policeman, open a checking account at a bank, vote, buy a car, buy a house, go to the doctor, check into a hotel, etc. Why shouldn’t they have to show identification to prove who they are and that they are here legally? There is nothing wrong with that! They are showing disrespect for the letter of the law by protesting the portion of a law that has been upheld by the United States Supreme Court and lower courts as well.”

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