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Posted: Wednesday, May 8, 2013 7:18 am | Updated: 11:23 am, Thu May 16, 2013.

“Mesa judge Markel [Mark] Chiles was issued a citation for shoplifting recently. Will another judge give him the six months in jail and $2,500 fine just to set the punishment at a level others could receive? Watch for a slap on the wrist.”

“Before you whine about the cost of health insurance going up because of Obamacare compare the salary of your health insurance CEO with President Obama’s salary. If it’s a homeless guy exercising his right to privacy in a doorway in downtown Mesa, or a guy like Mitt Romney, they will both be required to have health insurance. That’s called fairness. If you think the homeless guy has the edge trade places with him.”

“If you are a longtime NRA member like me (although my loyalty is waivering a bit) you remember when it was all about education, safety and being a responsible member of society. What happened?”

“After watching the news from Houston (last week), it is more than obvious that the most dangerous domestic terrorist group in America today is the NRA.”

“The NRA has more of a cult that breeds and feeds on paranoia and the savagery that lurks in the darkest corners of the human mind. Some politicians suckle from these qualities to keep a firm grip on their power because they have nothing better to offer society.”

“It never ceases to amaze that people like Paul Ingle, who want to impose thier personal values and their belief that women are entitled to abortions on the tax payers are the first to want anyone who disagrees to ‘leave thier values at home.’ You can vote for people who share your values, I will vote for those who share my values and we should all expect the winner to stick to the values that got them elected!”

“I put myself through college making fake IDs for underage drinkers. Now I’ll be able to retire making them for 13- and 14-year-old girls. Thank you FDA, for your stupid decision.”

“What do you call it when the number of people on welfare is up, the percentage of people working is down, and yet the unemployment rate also goes down? Liberal math!”

“You could hear the gears in their tin-foil hat wearing heads turning when the unemployment numbers went down again and the stock market went over 15,000 for the first time in history: Obama is cooking the books!”

“Isn’t it ironic that Bill Maher thinks its “ridiculous, quaint, and nonsensical” to think the 2nd amendment can prevent tyranny? Who does he think is going to protect him from tyranny, the U.S. government that he ridicules every day?”

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