The Vent: May 30 - East Valley Tribune: Opinion

The Vent: May 30

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Posted: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 10:04 am

“Donald Trump is at it again with his birtherism hog call. The polls say all my followers, to arms! To arms!”

“I just heard on the news that veterans prefer Romney over Obama by a wide margin, I suppose Obama will ban the military from voting!”

“I understand that Mormons oppose the use of caffeine. If Romney is elected President will he advocate for the criminalization of this mind-altering substance?”

“The Channel 5 evening news on Monday said that Gov. Jan Brewer ordered flags to be flown at half mast until Noon. That is national flag ‘etiquette,’ so whatever Brewer said makes no difference. She better get with it and also Channel 5 is just as much at fault for not knowing that. That has been a rule since forever.”

“I think the proper thing that needs to be done in Mesa and Apache Junction is to require the managers of RV and Mobile parks to have criminal background checks and mental evaluations so newcomers can get a better picture of what to expect for their rent. Most parks are OK, but a few really need to be exposed for what unlawful and unfriendly practices they to try to get by with. If the park is half empty, beware!”

“The White House says that for Memorial Day it is remembering Vietnam. If so, why are we still in Afghanistan?”

“This is addressed to the coward who attacked the yearbook publication recently. You should be ashamed of yourself. There are errors in every publication, including newspapers, textbooks, and magazines. People are human and they make mistakes. To publicly call out high school children and then hide behind an anonymous vent is pathetic. Crawl back under your rock and critique your own moral code. It needs a review.”

“Trickle down economics got us into this mess, Mitt Romney’s vision is just more of the same. Trickle up will get us out. cash for clunkers is a perfect example: bail out the little guy and make the big guy earn it. thats what saved the auto industry, and nobody got a golden parachute for his clunker.”

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