Sent tonight (7/17/2013 23:10 MST) to Sanford.firstname.lastname@example.org:
Tags: Department of Justice, George Zimmerman, racism, hate crime. Please mention / link to the Conservative Observer AZ. Thanks!
|Bin Bayyah at the White House 6/13/2013.|
Photo copied from Mailonline.com,
taken from BinBayyah.net.
|Typical workday for Velcro|
|The Sonoran Desert around Tucson|
In case you're new to this blog, southern Arizona is teeming with a wretched, long-term infestation of liberal "progressives". The only reason the Arizona State legislature and government is predominantly Republican is because Phoenix is bigger than Tucson.
You may recall Arizona's famous SB 1070, the law that allowed law enforcement to check for citizenship status during traffic stops for other violations. It was southern Arizona's still-today congressman Raul Grijalva who announced on national television that the rest of the country should boycott his own state. Southern Arizona has re-elected this racist traitor twice since then. That should tell you a little bit about southern Arizona.
He agrees that Tucson needs to do a better job of recruiting and retaining young professionals, but doesn't believe the city should try to become a corporate Mecca.
"It's a shame that our kids move away," he said. "But a lot of us enjoy Tucson because it's not a slick, corporate place..."
|The University of Arizona|
"...We're a funky younger sister." Living in the "urban shadow" of Phoenix impacts Tucson because the "something bigger" is nearby, Plane said, such as Sky Harbor Airport.
"Our economic base has never featured a corporate presence," Plane said. On top of that, the population is mixed with retired and less-educated residents and a high level of poverty, he said.Don't you think that maybe it's the other way around, that the population is mixed and less-educated with high level of poverty because there's never been a corporate presence?
"The biggest thing Tucson has going for it is the natural environment," Plane said. "Preserving that amenity is crucial."
|Trash from Illegal Aliens|
"We need to be attracting people who want to get out and hike and bike. People who like culture and history," Rothschild said. "Not people who are coming to see the old West."Hike and bike? I'm sure that brings in lots of business money, and culture and history are HUGE economy boosters. But to hell with the old West? I wonder how the Old Tucson people feel about that...
"We're beginning to create synergy around our trade with Mexico and making Sonora and Southern Arizona an economic region. People are getting it," Rothschild said.
"We're one of the few truly international cities in the U.S.," Holmes said. "We should absolutely be building on that.
The environment we've built is not friendly to the young professional generation," he said. "The 20-year-olds and 30-year-olds spent a good chunk of time strapped to the back seat of a minivan. They don't like to drive" and want to ability to walk, bicycle or have modern public transportation.
The city is not yet equipped to accommodate an urban lifestyle and living here requires a car to get around, Holmes said.
"We're no longer a big town, we're a city," he said. "Our political structure just hasn't caught up to that yet."
"This essay seeks to reclaim a serious argument from the lunatic fringe."Before you click away from my blog with that line, consider where the MSM puts us conservatives... in the lunatic fringe, right? Follow me? Well, here's some more:
"...Still less have [contemporary scholars] asked whether a society's weapons policy might be one of the institutional arrangements that contributes to the probability of its government engaging in some of the more extreme varieties of outrage."
"Few if any of those who are hostile to the institution of an armed civilian populace considered the possibility that our government... could ever degenerate into the sort of pitiless totalitarian instrument that has, at one time or another, afflicted most of the peoples of the Old and Third Worlds."
"In our view, the failure to acknowledge the prospect of rogue government represents a serious failure of imagination. Trusting in the free press and the right to petition government to redress grievances, firearms abolitionists do not envision a world in which satanic rather than benevolent bureaucrats possess the effective monopoly of the means of force." (all emphases mine)These words were written in 1997, way before the then-left leaning "free press" dropped into the abyss of fawning orgasmic worship of The One and became His mouthpiece.
|Barack Obama using human suffering to support his agenda.|
|How the Facts Break Down.|
"Usual far right paranoia!"
"What are you conservatives going to say about Obama in 3 years when none of this ACTUALLY does anything to significantly alter the way we live? We're not going to lose our basic freedoms (because of him), he's not going to take all our guns away, and we're not going to be hit by another 9/11 style terrorist attack! I'll bet the ranch that in 2016 he fades quietly into history with the rest of his predecessors!"
"Anyone who continues to blame either a democrat or republican president for the downfall of our country..."
|"I'm here! It's great to be seen by all of you here today!"|
Today President Obama travels to Colorado to “meet with law enforcement and community leaders to discuss the gun control package signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper.”
That’s a three hour flight, right?
At $179,750 per hour, that comes out to $1,078,500 in costs for Air Force One for the trip.
That’s just about the cost of public tours of the White House for one year.
Eh, you knew I was kidding… Obama’s not just flying across the country to give a predictable speech on gun control; he’s also traveling out to San Francisco for a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee fundraiser, and he’ll stay overnight. (Yes, our president is already preparing fundraising for November 2014 midterm elections.) So the cost of the flights for today and tomorrow is really closer to $1.4 million.
"A memo is coming out today notifying everyone that the furlough days and AUO decert is being placed on hold until the agency can figure out how to fix their budget mess with the new funding that was recently approved by Congress... On the same day that David Aguilar is no longer with us we get some good news on border security and the delay in pay cuts."A small victory in a skirmish - perhaps temporary - but the war continues. Conservative Observer AZ is firmly convinced that public pressure that focuses on the U.S. Border Patrol can accomplish good things.