What is your view of the Arizona legislature?

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What is your view of the Arizona legislature?

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  3. Don't know / Refuse to answer

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  4. Unfavorable

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  5. Very unfavorable

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  1. puckhead

    puckhead Waxing Gibbous Contributor

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    devilalum Heavily Redacted

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    Yeah, we already married the ugly widow. Our courtin days are over.


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  3. MigratingOsprey

    MigratingOsprey Thank You Paul!

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    Sounds like a guy who should be on the education committee shaping policy for the youth of this state...........
     
  4. Kel Varnsen

    Kel Varnsen Moderator Contributor

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    The real fake news.

     
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    puckhead Waxing Gibbous Contributor

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    Dback Jon Killer Snail Contributor

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    RE:Stringer - this gives new meaning to his "Not enough white kids around" blurb
     
  7. Kel Varnsen

    Kel Varnsen Moderator Contributor

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    What if he’s racist because the black kids rejected him?

    Or because they didn’t?

    Man, this is messed up.
     
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  9. carrrnuttt

    carrrnuttt Didactic

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    No wonder he's a Republican and Trumpian.

    He fits right in with the culture.
     
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    carrrnuttt Didactic

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    I just saw something about this on the news.

    For those wondering why Stringer isn't still in prison: It turns out that the judge that was overseeing his case in Baltimore was also a child molester himself. Said judge ended up killing himself in 2004 over his problems.
     
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  13. UncleChris

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    Kelli Ward is a floating piece of septic tank matter....

    Most of her political party is the same.
     
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    Western Font Registered

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    I love the defense of this bill. "This is frankly a sacred document. And we want to make sure that we’re sending them to individuals who are utilizing the system," from Ugenti-Rita. And "There's only so much hand-holding government needs to do," from Thorpe, about mailing costs. (I wonder if he uses direct mail in his campaigns...)

    75% of the state votes by mail. It is clearly the most preferred and effective method. Here's an idea: put every registered voter on the permanent list! And institute automatic registration while you're at it.
     
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    Stringer replaced by former AZ Senator, Steve Pierce.

    I did have a question about this, though:

    So can any lawyers shed some light on how the Bar seemed to have no problem with Stringer and then then we find out the gruesome details from the ethics investigation? @LVG I'd just like to understand their role in this type of thing better.

    http://ktar.com/story/2516651/forme...eplace-david-stringer/?show=comments#comments
     

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