The Vent: Oct. 31 - East Valley Tribune: The Vent

The Vent: Oct. 31

Print
Font Size:
Default font size
Larger font size

Posted: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 7:12 am | Updated: 7:49 pm, Sun Nov 4, 2012.

“Have you see an episode of Leave it to Beaver lately? It finds its humor in kids lying to parents, being sassy mouthed, sneaking behind parents’ backs and trying not to get caught. It has strong racist and sexist vibes. It’s not violent, but it’s not the values I want for my family. Look it up on Netflix if you think I’m wrong. If you want good values, try Little House on the Prairie and Mr. Rogers.”

“I turned to my 19-year-old daughter and said, ‘If it’s ‘God’s will’ that a woman should become pregnant as a result of rape, why isn’t it ‘God’s will’ if she should use her own judgment to terminate said pregnancy, using the advances in medicine that God presumably allowed Man to acquire?”

“Criminal courts across the country and criminal attorneys are going to have to prepare themselves for the new plea of Not Guilty By Reason of God’s Will.”

“I am a proud GOP birther, I worship the ground Donald Trump walks on. And I aint as dumb as you think I is!”

“Stop the presses! According to a BBC News Service poll, Pakistan is endorsing Mitt Romney! In fact, it is the only nation the BBC polled that has endorsed Romney. Aren’t y’all proud?”

“President Obama said he wants to get the economy moving ahead and have the wealthy pay a little more in taxes. The Republicans said that they will not raise taxes on anyone. So if you vote for President Obama you will have four more years like the last four because the Democrats and Republicans will never agree on the wealthy paying more taxes.”

“When the leading liberal newspaper in Arizona comes out and supports a Republican, Mitt Romney for President, you know that America is in big, big trouble. The editorial mentions ‘the debt monster’, ‘economic stagnation’, and ‘anemic, sub-2 percent rate of growth’. The Editorial goes on to say that ‘America needs a return to that kind of economic power, that kind of jobs-creating energy’. Truer words were never said about this election.”

“Despite the environmental extremists and the coalition of the liberal Democrats that have blocked new potential oil production in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s 1.5 million-acre coastal plain in Alaska, the United States may be on its way to becoming the top oil producer in the world and imports of oil could fall by half. The biggest U.S. oil rush in decades, with oil exploration, and new drilling methods in North Dakota, that have led to a rapid increase in American oil production. United States could reach 11.4 million barrels a day next year, just below Saudi Arabia’s output of 11.6 million.”

More about

More about

More about

  • Discuss

CD9, Q1: Why are you running?

The Ahwatukee Foothills News hosts a forum with the 9th Congressional District US House of Rep...

Your Az Jobs