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Re: “Danehy

Even the comments here opposing your article sound quite angry. But really, conservatives are perfectly reasonable people, always willing to debate the issues in a calm manner. For example, the civil rights movement. Oh yes, Martin Luther King, his birthday is next week. One of Arizona's finer moments. Immigrants, Gay Rights, a woman's right to choose, it must be hell to always be on the wrong side of history. Thanks for the article Tom.

Posted by lanceC on 01/14/2011 at 3:32 PM

Re: “Downing

I'm not cheap, there was a time I paid for books. But circumstances being what they are, these days I am just this side of poor. Imagine the day comes when an author I wish to read has a book published that is available download only. If I and all the destitute masses could actually afford a Kindle like device, would we be able drop by the library to download this book for a couple of weeks? I think not.

Posted by lanceC on 08/19/2010 at 7:11 PM

Re: “Danehy

Let's review. Your views on funding any and all downtown arts? OK Fine. Can we also stop subsidizing athletic programs that are taxpayer funded? Done. (One persons run down art studio, is another persons useless athletic facility). And your creative class ramble? It has been my experience that people in the arts do tend to gravitate toward urban areas. Much more opportunities for meeting other artists and possibly finding success. But you are correct about the murdering of over 200,000 innocent men, women and children to end WW2. It is a pity about them being civilians. And your recent column on gay marriage? I think it's your equivalent of, "Hey! Look over there, it's OJ riding a shark!" Or, more like, look over here, I'm still relevant.

Posted by lanceC on 09/23/2009 at 2:59 PM

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