Flying out the door! Because what if you suddenly needed a semi-automatic to go deer hunting and you couldn’t get one?
Andrew Cuomo. So if you voted for him under the mistaken impression that he would raise taxes on the rich instead of you, think again!
Jan 12th, 2011 at 10:38 am by susie
That’s why two of them just resigned:
A nasty battle between factions of Legislative District 20 Republicans and fears that it could turn violent in the wake of what happened in Tucson on Saturday prompted District Chairman Anthony Miller and several others to resign.
Miller, a 43-year-old Ahwatukee Foothills resident and former campaign worker for U.S. Sen. John McCain, was re-elected to a second one-year term last month. He said constant verbal attacks after that election and Internet blog posts by some local members with Tea Party ties made him worry about his family’s safety.
In an e-mail sent a few hours after Saturday’s massacre in Tucson that killed six and injured 13, including U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, Miller told state Republican Party Chairman Randy Pullen he was quitting: “Today my wife of 20 yrs ask (sic) me do I think that my PCs (Precinct Committee members) will shoot at our home? So with this being said I am stepping down from LD20GOP Chairman…I will make a full statement on Monday.”
Pullen was in Washington, D.C. and not available for comment, an employee in his office said. State party spokesman Matt Roberts said he could not discuss details of the district’s disputes but, “Anthony has been a good Republican and was really involved in LD20.”
The newly-elected Dist. 20 Republican secretary, Sophia Johnson of Ahwatukee, first vice chairman Roger Dickinson of Tempe and Jeff Kolb, the former district spokesman from Ahwatukee, also quit. “This singular focus on ‘getting’ Anthony (Miller) was one of the main reasons I chose to resign,” Kolb said in an e-mail to another party activist. Kolb confirmed the contents of the e-mail to the Republic.
Jan 12th, 2011 at 10:21 am by susie
Instead of the usual drinking game, in which listeners drink every time the president speaks predictable bullshit, I’d like to suggest something different: Every time he says “deficit reduction” or “Social Security“, I want you to call the White House switchboard.
Are you game?
And by the way, I’m pretty pissed off that we’re STILL playing this fucking game with a Democrat in the White House.