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The Vent: Dec. 1

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Posted: Thursday, December 1, 2011 11:00 am | Updated: 1:57 pm, Thu Dec 1, 2011.

"They're finally going to lock up Dr. Conrad Murray, the one who provided Michael Jackson with the drugs that killed him. Now we need to go after Elvis Presley's killer, the doc who prescribed all the dope that put away The King."

"I am a proud conservative Republican. I have autism, and I am highly offended that liberals say that (Republicans) want people with autism to fend for themselves. That is a filthy, filthy lie. I also have a cousin with Down syndrome. I love her a lot, and certainly don't want her to be on her own."

"They can spend all the time and money investigating the plane crash in the Superstition Mountains that claimed six lives and I'm just guessing, but allowing air crafts to fly 1,300 feet below the elevation of the Superstitions may have something to do with it."

"I think that Herman Cain needs some counseling from that great promoter of family values (three marriages and adultery), Newt Gringrich."

"The national debt is $15 trillion, and with this monstrous dead weight on the economy, the economic health of the nation is on the line. Over-borrowing has been the demise of governments. The dire consequences can be seen with huge borrowers like Greece and Italy, where their debt is so large they face default, unrest, severe cutbacks in social services, stalled economies, huge layoffs, and soaring interest rates."

"Just like the nation thought they voted Obama in to run the country and provide guidance, the citizens of Maricopa County voted in Sheriff Joe to guide the Sheriff's Office in law enforcement. But as luck would have it, both entities have turned into ‘Helter Skelter,' running amok. Like Obama, Joe prefers to leave the shop in the hands of incompetents and go on tour on our ticket. This week he'll be politicizing with Republican hopeful Rick Perry in New Hampshire. Joe should take some lessons from Pinal's Sheriff (Paul) Babeu, attending to his obligations as sheriff of the third largest county in the country."

 

 

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