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Name: Jack E. Dunning
Gender: Male
Hometown: Cave Creek, AZ
Home country: USA
Member since: Wed Feb 20, 2013, 04:17 PM
Number of posts: 319

About Me

It is true that I am a cynic, pessimistic over what's going on in the world. As a skeptic, my initial take on issues is on the downside. What makes me optimistic is writing about it.

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AZ Gov. Jan Brewer two-faced on SB 1062-What's new?

As usual Jan Brewer makes the move that makes Jan Brewer look good. Although she just announced that she would pass the torch of "leadership" and not try to force another term on the citizens of Arizona. When she vetoed the bill Brewer said that SB1062, the religious discrimination law against gays and lesbians, was bad even though her staff spent hours crafting it with the fanatic Cathi Herrod who now has most of Arizona's conservative legislature in her purse. It's Herrod's kind that has made our state the stomping grounds for hate groups. It makes you wonder about Brewer's plans for the future but whatever it is, hope she does it in another state. And as far as passing the torch of "leadership," that's a complete roll on the floor laugh.

Arizona has forgotten its children

Over one third of Arizona children have had bad childhood experiences compared to 2.6 percent nationally.
It is even worse, 44 percent, for ages 12 to 17, that national average 30.5 percent.

The incompetent Gov. Jan Brewer waited until a significant number of Arizona kids had died before revamping Child Protective Services and taking it out of the hands of her political appointee to head CPS, a close crony of Brewer's. The Arizona GOP legislature, sometimes more inept that Brewer, is also guilty of neglecting welfare programs that would help these children.

And many of the voters in this state are equally culpable for electing these fruitcakes.

2014 has to be the year of the progressive.

See Arizona Republic link:http://www.azcentral.com/news/arizona/articles/20140303arizona-childhood-trauma-high.html
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