Deborah Cox 
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Re: “McSally Says She Wants To Close "Stalker Gap," Giffords' Gun-Safety Group Takes Down Ad

What the heck is wrong with some of you people? [Ms. Giffords] would have never stooped that low? ARS bullied McSally? Stalkers are democrats? If you folks are representative of McSally supporters, she's in more trouble than she knows. This is about the importance of keeping guns out of the hands of abusers and stalkers. And, this comment: "If McSally is so prone to changing her stand on core issues . . ." Altho I won't vote for McSally, I have respect for her for seeing the light and changing her mind on a really important issue. Let's see now if she can deal with the right-wing gun nuts and the NRA and stand her ground, so to speak.

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Posted by Deborah Cox on 09/24/2014 at 4:15 PM

Re: “Governor Brewer Offers Her Condolences, Unnecessary Political Statement

If everyone's so concerned about border protection (and most of us are), why aren't the agents ON the border? I'm way up in Green Valley, and I see the BP cruising around here daily in their big gas guzzling SUVs. Then at shift changes, we see even more big gas guzzling BP SUVs speeding (like crazy) up I-19 to the Tucson HQs. So much waste. Why in the world was the HQ built so far from the border? What if all that wasted gas ($3.50+/gal) and time was put to better use ON the border? And that silly "border" checkpoint in Tubac. Seriously? Another waste of money.

- Deborah Cox

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Posted by Deborah Cox on 10/03/2012 at 12:48 AM

Re: “Special Potential

Wish there was a more extensive lunch menu that was available every day. The location is convenient and easy to get to from Green Valley, and a lot of us GV folks would love a great place to go to lunch. Several of us trekked up there recently and the place was closed. (Didn't occur to us to check on the hours; our fault.) So disappointed. We'll try again.

- Deborah

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Posted by Deborah Cox on 08/08/2012 at 9:23 PM

Re: “Broken Promise

Welcome to the real world. I suppose the county should abide by the promises they made, but no longer should a government employee be allowed to retire after 20 years w/a pension and health care for life paid by taxpayers. To receive full retirement benefits, gov employees should be required to work until 62 or 65 as the rest of us do. The perception that these employees are paid less money than private sector jobs is not necessarily true, especially in a place like Arizona. I'd bet that very few people in Pima County make as much money as government workers. And very few have retirement benefits anywhere near what the county employees are receiving (if they have them at all). It's a little hard to feel sorry for someone who quit working at 50 and thinks everyone else should take care of him.

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Posted by Deborah Cox on 12/02/2010 at 10:40 PM

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