"Inspired by Arizona's SB1070 legislation (which many feel opens the door to racial profiling),"
Chelo, Chelo, Chelo! Don't let bigots coerce you into qualifying their racism as just someone's opinion. It's easy to slip back into old journalism, but the times need the new standard, even during innocuous discourse.
Like most Repunblican Representatives, McSally has know suffered all of the negatives of talking up a bogus healthcare bill with none of the benefits of passing it. What a dumb strategic move.
McSally could be a dance instructor for the Arizona Sidestep.
Being from DC, my wife and I are constantly amused by what's considered rush hour here. But we're very pleased.
The dispute doesn't tell you much. But her subsequent misbehavior tells you everything you need to know.
Right. All of the writer's concerns are fair. But she treads into speculation with "impossible ways" and the idea that the current felony system is superior to an imperfect legalized system. And while it may be true that this system will advantage deep pocketed investors over mom and pop entrepreneurs, it would be naive to expect any other proposition to avoid this, especially in a state that is firmly in the hands of Republicans.
Progress is progress.
You never know what's going to rile up the racist apologists, do you. "You might be black" seems to have struck that nerve. (I'm laughing as I put the period on this.)
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