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Posted: Sunday, April 7, 2013 8:12 am | Updated: 7:37 pm, Wed Apr 17, 2013.

“The NRA proposes putting a school official through 60 hours of weapons of training for school security. There is an old adage that says (A Jack of all trades is master of none). Does anyone really want to put the life of their small child in the hands of a master of none?”

“This morning, President Obama proposed a $100 million project to study the human brain. That is a great idea. I suggest that the scientist start by studying the brains of some members of congress. I suspect that they will find that some member’s brains have regressed back to the Stone Age.”

“There is not a single drug free prison in the United States and we are going to have a drug free society?”

“I cannot honestly say I’ve enjoyed this past Suns season. Let’s hope they have the top pick in the draft, and select a Steve Nash-like player who can help them next season. And let’s also hope the D-backs season is as successful as it was in 2011. Go D-backs!”

“A self-defense tax — are the Democrats for real?”

“President Obama promised us a sequestration apocalypse, but he failed to put the “doom” in doomsday. It’s all just another broken Obama promise.”

“Statistics from the Drug Enforcement Administration show that a heightened presence of drug cartels increased from 230 to more than 1,200 American communities (in the South, the Midwest, and the Northeast) in 2011. Drug cartel supply groups from Mexico, that use unaffiliated middlemen to smuggle cocaine, marijuana and heroin, are now venturing beyond the border and sending members into at least nine non-border states.”

“Here they come. Similar to the Reagan administration, they are now flocking our southern border ... preparing for another (Obama led) amnesty program on the horizon. Of course, the media and all government officials, Pew and Census reports indicate we have 11 million illegals in this country. They cited 11 million in 1989 and still cite that number. Do you believe 11 million in 2013? Hard to reconcile that figure. I am confident the 11 million Since 89 has increased a ‘wee bit.’”

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