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By Greg L | 8 September 2010 | Uncategorized | 10 Comments

Normally I don’t venture too far afield from Virginia politics, but this is worth a rare exception: down in Arizona there are vastly different candidates running for Attorney General.  One quite obviously wants to undermine SB 1070, and another supports it.  One has improved student performance by eliminating bilingual education in schools, and the other is determined to reinstate them and consign students to long-term second class status.  One of these candidates is squarely sitting in the same liberal crosshairs focused on sending Sheriff Joe Arpaio put in jail, while another is among those wanting to pull the trigger on such dedicated patriots.

Any support you can send on down to Tom Horne in Arizona will be much appreciated, and every little bit helps a lot.

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  1. enough said on 9 Sep 2010 at 5:26 pm:
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    Really this IS Virginia politics. Especially since our politicians are congenitally without colones. - and see the need to protect illegals over us.

    Arizona is stopping huge amounts of illegals headed to our neighborhoods.

    The only thing standing in between them and our commonwealth is Arpaio and the AG.

    If Arizona goes - so do we.

  2. Not Dick Cheney said on 10 Sep 2010 at 7:16 am:
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    “colones” ? Did you mean “cojones”?

    You don’t want to be defending Arpaio. He is nothing but a showboat and when all is said and done will be revealed as a crook too.

    Just because he says the right things about securing the border doesn’t make him worthy of support. And tying the movement for secure borders to a charlatan like Arpaio will ultimately damage the cause.

    Be cautious. Arpaio is a piece of crap.

  3. Cynic said on 10 Sep 2010 at 10:52 am:
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    Not Dick Cheney,

    Are you an illegal or a member of the current Adm. - with an axe to grind? Of course, you could be both an illegal and a member of the current Adm.

    Crook, and this makes Sheriff Joe different from other elected politicians? LOL!

  4. Disgusted said on 10 Sep 2010 at 3:39 pm:
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    Keep drinking the Kool-aid Cynic.

  5. enough said on 10 Sep 2010 at 6:02 pm:
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    Yes, I meant cojones. Should have just said balls.

    Arpaio is the man. Too bad Virginia sheriffs don’t take his example.

    He unapologetically enforces the law and protects his citizens - of all races - and calls an illegal an illegal.

    The hue and cry of corruption is just wishful thinking of those who would destroy America.

  6. Cynic said on 11 Sep 2010 at 12:01 am:
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    The great Sheriff Joe Arpaio is a straight shooter - in more ways than one. Liberals can’t handle that.

  7. enough said on 11 Sep 2010 at 5:29 pm:
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    You are right. Dead nuts right. Chris Christie is another truth teller who has their panties in a big time wad.

    Lets hope there are more of these people in the wings. IF we are to survive as a country - we need them.

  8. Laura Lee said on 12 Sep 2010 at 4:48 pm:
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    Not long ago, I read an article which stated that Marshall had sent a memo to all sheriff’s depts in VA referencing the need to stay alert for gang and terrorist activities
    and repeating the AG’s opinion that it is legal to ask about immigration status…..
    cut to the chase…..Marshall (or any of the rest of us) should not hold his breath
    waiting for our current sheriff to do anything which would take him away from the
    golf course or to get his sorry ass off the recliner. He needs to get permission from
    his boss, Charlie before he goes to the bathroom!

  9. RM said on 14 Sep 2010 at 9:58 pm:
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    My thoughts below are admittedly off-topic but they’ve been on my mind and I’m not sure where else to bring them up. I typically try to respect protocol and will not be offended if you move these comments elsewhere. The topic is the recent defeat of Senator Lisa Murkowski in the Alaskan Republican primary for U.S. Senator and what it demonstrates.

    My sense is that no single issue is typically more important to Alaskans than oil and gas production. Oil and gas are the biggest products of Alaska. Alaskans make tons of $ from oil and gas. Alaska is highly dependent on oil and gas in terms of jobs, royalties, etc. As a result, Alaskans have historically done evrything they can to politically protect themselves against adverse legislation and regulation relating to oil and gas.

    As the ranking Republican on the Senate Natural Resources Committee, Murkowski has literally tons of political stroke directly innurring to the benefit of Alaskans. If she were re-elected (which obviously cannot appen now), and the Republicans then retake the Senate, she would have been the incoming Chair of that Senate Committee. From a politcal and $ standpoint, little else could be as important to Alaskans. She could have leveraged that power into all kinds of benefits for Alaskans. By contrast, the incoming Republican Senator (assuming the primary winner wins the general election) will be a junior senator far removed from any chairmanship on any comittee much less the Natural Resources Committee.

    Either the people of Alaska were truly unaware of this ( hard to believe), or the Alaskan voters were so strongly anti-incumbant and so strongly pro-Tea Party that it didn’t matter to them; that their pro-Tea Party principles trumped dollars to Alaskans. While some Alaskan primary voters were most certainly unaware, my feeling is that most were and yet voted as they did.

    So, for these reasons, the Alaskan Republican Senate primary demonstrated to me, perhaps more than any other primary victory, the incredibly strong anti washington sentiment and equally strong support of the Tea Party. [And I’m further reminded of this as I watched the various primary returns this evening.]

    Comments? Reactions? (And, again, apologies for being off topic, but I found the Alaska primary results especially facinating and indicative of a much bigger picture.)

  10. Disgusted said on 15 Sep 2010 at 7:42 pm:
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    I have been watching these primaries with interest as well. I interpret the Tea Party victories as a hijacking of the Republican Party by uncompromising right wing zealots. The Tea Party members, God bless them, are certainly motivated and mobilized. But their efforts will result in Democrats taking seats that historically have gone Republican. I apologize for not remembering the Republican woman’s name, but I cite the New York Congressional district where the mainstream Republican candidate lost to a Tea Party member, who then subsequently lost the general election to a Democrat. Many Tea Party members, as well as arch conservatives, will no doubt lambaste the notion of the “Center” having no values, & etc., but the Center isn’t going to move that far to the right. They’ll vote Democratic before they vote for Tea Party “wackos”. I predict the same thing happening in the Delaware senate race as well.

    Another thought. Suppose Obama & company decide to sacrifice Congressional Democrats in this election. The Republicans gain the majority in the House, yet not enough to override presidential vetoes. Tea Party zealots will forward drastic cost cutting in social services, healthcare, etc. Obama vetoes their bills, then goes one further and decides to drastically cut defense & other traditional conservative causes. Its 1996 all over again and the government shuts down. The Tea Party zealots slap one another’s back for accomplishing their mission. Deadlock drags on. Checks are not mailed and taxpayers not members of the Tea Party (the dreaded Center) begin to focus their resentment on the zealots. Then Obama announces his 2012 candidacy and campaigns on the theme of “See, I told you they were wrong. Vote Democratic and things will work again.” It will take multiple election cycles for the mainstream Republicans to purge itself of the Tea Party and gather any momentum.

    Just some what ifs so RM doesn’t feel lonely. Apologies for violating protocol as well.

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