Joe Arpaio Pummeled By Kids, and Tea Baggers Undone By Kindness at Phoenix May Day Rally

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Nothing like an Arpaio pinata to make a kid's day

The scriptures advise us that a gentle answer turneth away wrath. Apparently it has the effect of disarming Tea Baggers as well.

That proverb was put to the test last Sunday at Phoenix's Margaret T. Hance Park where a couple of hundred people gathered to celebrate International Workers' Day, otherwise known as May Day.

I showed up late to the event, which commemorates the fight for an eight-hour workday and memorializes the martyrs of Chicago's Haymarket affair, who were jailed, railroaded, (and in some cases) executed, and ultimately pardoned after the fact for a pipe bomb that sparked a riot in 1886 leaving scores dead.

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Robert Haasch
Phoenix Tea Baggers: they came, they saw, they didn't kick ass

The day is connected in many people's minds with May Day parades in communist countries, both former and the few remaining. But the holiday is actually celebrated worldwide, and not just by radicals.

In any case, as I was tardy last Sunday, I missed the "confrontation," such as it was between a handful of Tea Baggers and the crowd of anarchists, Democrats, socialists, unionists, and various other activists who attended.

According to those on hand at the time, including some police officers present to keep the peace, there was no shouting or threats exchanged between the two sides. Instead, the lefties engaged the rightists in dialogue, then invited the grizzled wingnuts into the event to partake of hotdogs and other eats.

Needless to say, the Tea Baggers didn't take them up on their offer. After standing around for a while, they left, realizing they had no one to fight.

"They used those `dirty' words: communists, progressives, socialists," Jacob, one of the attendees, explained. "But they didn't know what to make of it [when we welcomed them], offering them hot dogs. They kind of mingled among themselves and then they ended up leaving."

In the Tea Bag squad was none other than convicted public urinator Buffalo Rick Galeener. No word on whether he had his water bottle with him.

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The real thing ain't got nothin' sweet in him, that's for sure

Talk about killing them with kindness. It's one tactic that's not often used in our current political discourse. Believe me, I'm all for engaging ideological enemies. But the olive branch, properly used, can occasionally be a powerful weapon.

The picnic was organized in part by the Phoenix branch of the Wobblies, the Industrial Workers of the World, once led long ago by Big Bill Haywood. But instead of old lefty types, the IWW representatives present were young and enthusiastic.

"We stand for the same things we stood for 100 years ago," IWW organizer Jay Pierce told me. "Essentially all workers across borders organized for the benefit of ourselves and other workers. Solidarity with immigrant workers. Solidarity with all kinds of people of color."

Pierce told me the IWW's ultimate goal is the overthrow of capitalism.

"If workers got together and recognized the power that we have, we could take out capitalism, the bosses, the bureaucrats, the politicians, overnight," he stated.

Good luck with that, I told him, with not a small measure of sarcasm. Capitalism, to my mind, is basically the law of nature, though I appreciate idealists where I can find them. Even if I don't agree with them.

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Nice banner...

There were numerous groups represented at the event. Members of the Puente Movement, Women in Black, the Progressive Democrats of America, the Phoenix Anarchist Coalition and others were on hand.

Prison Abolitionist Peggy Plews etched slogans in chalk on the sidewalk, and there was facepainting for the kids. 

Personally, my favorite part of the picnic came when the many children present took turns at whacking a Sheriff Joe pinata until the confections came tumbling out. They should have had a pinata of Arpaio's ex-Chief Deputy David Hendershott to smack, too, as there would've been a helluva lot more room for candy.

PDA member Virginia Hauflaire explained that the gathering was an effort at forming a coalition to combat unjust laws and attacks on workers' rights.

"You have to build a community to fight against it," she said. "One organization can't do it alone."

Activist Angel Garcia was circulating a petition he started recently, calling on Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery to bring charges against Arpaio for misspending stealing $100 million from two protected funds to pay for his immigration sweeps and his retaliation against his enemies.

Garcia's looking to garner 10,000 signatures, and so far, he's already gotten 200. Great thing about this petition is that you don't have to be a registered voter to sign it, as it has nothing to do with the ballot. He cites the appropriate statutes in his petition, under which Arpaio could be prosecuted.

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Angel Garcia and his indict-Joe petition

"He didn't tell the taxpayers what he was doing with that money, and we're the true owners of that money," Garcia insisted.

Granted, it seems unlikely that Montgomery's office would ever go after Arpaio for any reason, considering how beholden Montgomery is to the sheriff. But such a petition would at least have symbolic value, if nothing else.

If you're interested in helping Garcia out or signing his petition, you can contact him through his Facebook page, here.

Finally, I came across the Weissers, Beth and Mike, both middle-school teachers from the Kingman area. They made the drive to Phoenix to decry massive state cuts to education and public benefits. Mike explained that he'd had to get a grant to buy pencils because the school would run out of them and didn't have the funds to purchase more. 

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Mikel Weisser
What passes for style while surveying the Kingman Walmart

Classes are bursting with up to 35 kids per class, which does not lend itself to effective pedagogy. And there's no money to buy the textbooks that are necessary.

"Here's the thing, if you want to create an ignorant population, an unhealthy population, a fearful population, then you have a population that's easier to control," Mike opined of the state Legislature's intent.

Of course, it's also bad for business, because businesses do not want to locate in a state with poor schools. That should be apparent to our idiot legislators, but it's not. Likely because some of them didn't get the schoolin' they needed.

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Mikel Weisser
The rear-view of the Kingman blackshirt: Reckon he's a Tea Bagger, too?

Mike also told me about the, um, cultural climate in Kingman, which as you can imagine, sounds benighted. He shared with me a photo he snapped in March at a Kingman Walmart where some guy was openly wearing a T-shirt with a swastika on the front and "Fuck Obama" on the back.

Another Tea Baggin' "patriot," I wondered? Either that or a Ron Paul supporter. (Venn diagram: Not all Ron Paul supporters are neo-Nazis, of course. But it sure seems like most, if not all, neo-Nazis are Ron Paul supporters.)

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Unidad? Hey, it's worth a shot

In any event, I had a fine time this past Sunday. In fact, I think they should do this May Day stuff on a regular basis, perhaps weekly, with a permanent invitation open to all far right wackadoodles to stop by and eat a wiener. As long as they check their guns (and any swastikas) at the door.

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Arslan Amirkhanov
Arslan Amirkhanov

Bobby, you say your claim about Mexicans using social services was "proven".  Please cite the source and also explain how that refutes any of the multiple sources I have provided.  All of them acknowledge that there are negative effects of illegal immigration.  The thing is that the economic benefits either outweigh or at least equalize with the negative effects.  In other words, perhaps a better solution is needed as opposed to building a wall and deporting these workers. 

 " Yet, you completely give yourself away, charging me with hate of Mexicans. It proves that I have won my point and that you are most likely someone that exploits the Illegal alien and Mexican population in general for your own benefit." This is the stupidest thing I have ever heard and I lock horns with conservatives all the time.  I don't even live in the US for one thing, so it's a little hard to exploit the Mexicans across the ocean.  Next, YOU benefit from the exploitation of Mexicans in the form of lower prices, and all the shopping centers and houses they build which grow the economy.  I want Mexican workers to have the right to organize along with native workers, so they can fight exploitation. But you just want the workers divided and blaming the Mexicans for their plight.  

Bobby
Bobby

I'm not fixated on Mexicans. Most informed Americans, when a fair poll is taken, want illegal immigration ended. Whether it's from Mexico, Central America, India, Korea, China,...............This is what you simply can't comprehend. You and others continue to fight the majority on this.

Arslan Amirkhanov
Arslan Amirkhanov

 The majority? Didn't you say majority rule is mob rule which leads to fascism?  Please pick a side.  

Also nobody actually "wants" illegal immigration in this debate. The question is since these people are going to keep coming for the foreseeable future, and insofar as there are plenty of people who want to exploit their labor(native workers are exploited as well, exploitation of labor power is the essence of capitalism), is there a way to give people a legal route to immigration, even if it is just a temporary work visa? This would be the most efficient, quickest way to put a dent in the problem.  

Bobby
Bobby

"The question is not since these people are going to keep coming,etc." The question is, with American's economy in ruins, why are they allowed to keep coming and being a drain on the U.S. citizen and legal resident? I've never had a problem with "guest worker programs", as exist in Europe, for exampl, but that's not what we have here. We have people with huge families who stay permanently, rather than having to go back when their work visa expires. We don't have a rational temporary visa program, because that is not the plan of the elite in this nation. Instead, they want a redistribution of wealth, from the American middle class to poor ,corrupt, nations like Mexico. Americans are sick of it all. The huge, illegal immigration rallies organized by the left, with all the signs that denigrate Americans and all the rest of it.

Arslan
Arslan

Bobby, capitalism has not existed in any form save for after capitalism developed.  Maybe what you meant to say is that elements which exist in a capitalist society have nearly always existed at some time or another, but this is something totally different.  If the existence of markets in early societies means that capitalism existed in some "form" at that time, then we could easily say that our modern world is "communist", "feudal", "slave-master" or whatever, all because elements of all these previous modes of production exist in many places in the world today.  The existence of feudal relations in eastern Turkey, for example, do not make the world feudal, nor can we claim that Turkish society is feudal. 

These are not matters of philosophy, but economics and history. 

Incidentally I don't remember writing anything positive or negative about illegal immigration.  That being said, I wonder how much attention you focus on the immigrants versus the businesspeople and capitalists who make this not only possible, but necessary.  Defending undocumented workers isn't about saying that undocumented immigration is "good" per se, but rather about fighting scapegoating. 

Now if you are alright with legal immigration, then the question remains- would you support the reform of laws to make it easier for Mexican citizens to work in the US, thus solving the problem in the most efficient way? 

Bobby
Bobby

Are you kidding sir? You would like other Americans and myself to take a positive position, in your view, on illegal immigration by legalizing millions of people that would be a net drain on the economy. You are not possible to debate with, when you already characterize the problem as one of "scapegoating. Good day sir.

Bobby
Bobby

I've advocated severe penalties for the "business people" that not only scoff at U.S. immigration law, but ruin the economy in the process. Illegal aliens are a huge net drain on the American economy. There large families and huge need for social services alone, should be alarming enough. Of course, when you have an administration that in essence, doesn't give a damn about citizens,(because we are an empire now, with more important things to value) then many Americans will follow the leader--the corrrupt elite.

Arslan Amirkhanov
Arslan Amirkhanov

Actually Bobby, your claims about immigrants being a net drain on the economy are demonstrably false.  The information refuting your claims comes from the Social Security administration and the GAO.  

So you basically have two options in this case:  1. Accept the GAO and SS figures on tax money immigrants pay as opposed to how much they use.  2. Allege that there is some kind of conspiracy within the GAO and Social Security administration.  One of these options is going to make you look ridiculous.   Take a guess.

In response to your other comment, there is no reason to believe that legal immigrants would be a drain on the economy, since they do most of the labor intensive work in the US.  

Anyway..it's sources time.  

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E...(Check references within)

http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/pa...

http://www.immigrationpolicy.o...

So you lose Bobby. Thanks for playing.  Of course if you just come out and admit you hate Mexicans, and perhaps join one of Arizona's many White Nationalist groups, you can continue to get upset about immigrants and still be able to state your reason for doing so. 

 

Bobby
Bobby

By the way sir, your arguments are false. Just about one week ago, it was proven in Los Angeles County, California, that 82 percent of illegal aliens are on some form of State aid. They are a drain on American citizens. You must be clueless purposely or otherwise, in thinking that the administration has anything honest to say about illegal immigrationl. They won't even monitor the borders--which you have already shown doesn't concern you. Rather than accuse people of racism, it would be more honest to state you have a different philosophy on open borders than those you disagree with.

Bobby
Bobby

You surprise me Mr.Amirkanov. You seem to be areasonably intelligent person, above the average. Yet, you completely give yourself away, charging me with hate of Mexicans. It proves that I have won my point and that you are most likely someone that exploits the Illegal alien and Mexican population in general for your own benefit.

Arslan Amirkhanov
Arslan Amirkhanov

If capitalism is a law of nature(feel free to prove this), then why has capitalism existed for so little time in human history?

Bobby
Bobby

Sir some form of capitalism has always existed since the dawn of time. What you mean is why democracy has existed for so little time. You'll find the answer, among other places in Plato"s republic. The reason is democracy will give the rabble everything they want, and when there is nothing more to give, it degenerates into tyranny. Fascism. You clowns that are for unlimited illegal immigration, have a surprise in store,that is going to make Arpaio look like your favorite uncle.

Arslan
Arslan

Laughably incorrect Bobby.  Apparently you do not know what capitalism is. You are probably confusing capitalism with markets, which incidentally, also have not existed throughout history.  Capitalism is a mode of production in which capital, self-expanding value, plays a prominent role, and the goal of society is the production of commodities as opposed to use-values(products of labor consumed by producers themselves).  Unlike previous societies which had markets, in capitalism you must enter the market either seling commodities or your own labor power, which is another commodity.  Also under capitalism, workers are "free" in the sense that they have no bond to a master, a lord, or an owner(as in slavery).  The relationship between a worker and a capitalist rests on a contract, into which both parties ostensibly enter freely of their own accord. 

You can find many examples of elements of capitalism existing at various times, but capitalism did not develop until the Industrial Revolution. I suggest you stop learning history and economics from radio DJs like Glenn Beck.  

Now continue whining about illegal immigrants. 

Bobby
Bobby

By the way Sir, is there an echo in the room somewhere? I said capitalism has always existed" in some form ",etc. I enjoyed your little essay however. I received my B.S. degree in philosophy many moons ago. Herbert Marcuse, Marx, Lenin, Hegel, and on the other side, J.S. Mill, J. K. Galbraith, J.M.Keynes, and even the more esoteric folks like Veblen,etc.,were some of the people I had to study..

Sir Cedric Hardwick
Sir Cedric Hardwick

"Now continue whining about illegal immigrants".Sorry you call it whining when someone simply points out the facts, well documented, about illegal immigration. Who are you anyway, someone that's entered into a contract with them? I have found that most people that defend illegal immigration, are usually  defending their own criminal behavior. Examples: Roofing contractors that know that by law they must carry disability insurance but don't. Instead they underpay the "undocumentd" and pocket the difference. There is no benefit to the consumer. Then they send the injured to a public hospital, where the taxpayers gets to pick up the tab the employer should have. This is one example of hundreds that's well known. but apparently to you, it's just whining. Are you perhaps benefitting from using cheap illegal labor? Come on, instead of always accusing people of hate or whining, why not come clean? 

azafvet
azafvet

I am a vet, disabled during Viet Nam I am also a Socialist. I like being cared for by my government for service I provided. As for that asshole in WaMmart, WalMart is precisely the reason that our country has gone down hill since Ronald RayGun. WalMart in, mom and pop shops out. Profit sent out of town not back to the people that shop there. Products made in China not the USA. The US is an oligarchy not Representative Democracy any longer owned and controlled by Multinational Corporations and Domestic Monopolies. If the workers in this world stand up to the Oligarchs you might just as well start calling the Koch Brother Lord or Sir because we will have become what we fought the British to get rid of, royals.

Worstmayor
Worstmayor

The fat assed Bird will most likely be late for his own funeral, which can't come to soon for most Americans!

IWW was a failure before and the sparse turnout at the aforementioned event shows they will be a failure in the future!

Those against the commies left the area, as there weren't enough commies there to disrupt a school board meeting. Why waste OUR time? We have veterans to assist.

Youmakemesick
Youmakemesick

Wow, they let the animals out early to smash a HUMAN BEING in effigy--sure are teaching them reason, calm and intellectual human interaction. When I was a cop, I saw the same shit when we kicked their door in and took a couple of KILO's of coke. They would point at us and tell their children to hate the police, cause we were the problem. Of course we were the first people they callend when JR. OD'd.

urnumber6
urnumber6

Swastikas are for losers like the Nazi party.

Enemy of Evil Bastards
Enemy of Evil Bastards

Swastikas have also become a symbol of the teabagger party. Two peas in a pod.

Bobby
Bobby

"Swastikas have become symbol of the tea party". YOUR'E EITHER A NUTCASE OR A LIAR OR BOTH.  

chicagonut
chicagonut

What utter BS! The teapartiers do not adhere to the Nazi phylosophy. I've seen many reconquistas and brown nationalists at the pro-illegals rallies. Does that mean they agree with them?

Enemy of Evil Bastards
Enemy of Evil Bastards

Liar, liar, pants on fire. Or in your case, bloomers on fire. Unless of course if you're not really a middle-aged woman with a chip on her shoulder.

Too bad you can't see beyond the stench of your own nose (that teabagging thing you love to do) to see people as people, human beings as human beings, regardless of how they came to be in these United States.

Remember your judgements (directed at others) on judgement day (possibly as soon as May 21st). Are you going to demand of Christ that he speak English? You do realize that when He walked this earth he never spoke one word of English. Will you also tell Him to go back to where he came from until He learns English?

You are a sad and evil person, a teabagger by another name.

Usgovfail
Usgovfail

Mexicans are cowards. People who were too pussy too stand up and fight in their country so they fled here to leech of of taxpayers. I too say, fuck obama.

Miaz
Miaz

I have a couple of questions for the hag that wrote this puff piece:

Did Mike Weisser ask the man wearing the Swastika/Fuck Obama shirt what his political ideology/affiliation was? If not, how do you know he is a Tea Party member? Did you just assume he was because that's what all the leftist rags keeping repeating over and over and you are just a Huffington Post wannabe? Maybe he is just a stupid fucking racist neo-nazi?

Secondly, what are a bunch of anarchists doing at a Marxist BBQ? In the scope of the political spectrum, the far right is "no government" and the far left is "total government." We all know that anarchy is the dearth of government, thereby placing anarchists as "far right." I'm inclined to believe that the Phoenix Anarchist Coalition are a bunch of posers and have no idea what anarchy truly represents. The same goes for the author.

Anybody with any knowledge of history knows that anarchy doesn't work. Its a political vacuum that is quickly filled by the ideologies of those who fostered it's inception, thus making anarchy an invalid form of government.

As for abolishing prison, well, that's the dumbest fucking cause to champion so far. My guess is Peggy Plews is upset over the time her spouse is spending in prison for a crime he committed. I couldn't tell, the link you posted to her webpage is broken, so I couldn't read what is sure to be a bunch of babble posted by some commie pinko that had her feelings hurt over an incarceration. We live in a Republic, where men are ruled by laws, not the majority. If you play the part you pay the price... deal with it. If there were no prisons, there would be no need for the police. Then you would see large, armed groups patrolling their neighborhoods, doing whatever the fuck they wanted. Not a good idea...

For the record, for the 22 years I have been able to vote, I have never registered to any party. No party is worthy of my membership. Seldom do I cast my vote in favor of any politician, but I always vote on election day(proposals). I've known since I was sixteen years old that the Rep vs. Dem/left vs. right dynamic was horseshit, and it still is. If you buy into the bullshit the media feeds you, then you deserve the ass fucking you are sure to receive on election day.

Wake up people, and stop getting your "news" from assholes like Stephen Lemons... or not; you could just continue being brain dead, zombified cows grazing on the vast fields of media. Allow yourselves to be deceived, I could give a fuck. But know this, you all contribute to making this country worse with your partisan pussy farting. You all suck and you are all dumber than a bag of hammers.

I thought Republicans were the creme de la creme of stupid assholes until I visited this website for the first time today... boy was I wrong. Everybody talks about how fucked up the Mormons and LDS are, and its true, they suck, but the leftists are sure making a run for that title. This "article" proves it.

Having said that, I will agree that Sheriff Joe is a corrupt racist and his days of holding that office are running short. What worries me is, who will replace him? I can't imagine a progressive holding that office as being any better.

Good luck with your "just," dumbfuck agendas. Have fun making your political sweat-hearts rich while they lie to you. And when you crawl out from under their desks, make sure to wipe off your chin.

Mistalee
Mistalee

"In the scope of the political spectrum, the far right is "no government" and the far left is "total government.""

The scope of the political spectrum from left to right is about public vs private ownership of productive property. Both the left and the right have their authoritarians and their libertarians.

The American anarchist movement in the early days of the labor movement was closely aligned with the socialist movement; the differences which eventually separated them were issues of centralization, and of reform vs revolution.

Bobby
Bobby

Why would you care about any of these true events that you point out, when your'e essentially an open borders anti-white racist and anarchist.

mikefrombisbee
mikefrombisbee

No, Dearie, I'm not lying. You just have a sick and twisted notion of what hate and love is and don't understand the Mexican culture. Too bad for you. And so sorry that you are as poor a speller as you are a thinker.

Bobby
Bobby

Mikefrom bisbee and other Arpaio haters, why can't you stop, go to neutral and think for a minute? Leaving all the issues involving illegal immigration aside, is it really so hard for you people to imagine that making an image of a law officer, with a badge,etc, and having little innocent children beat on it is over the top. I mean, even you Arpaio haters must be able to see the lunacy of exposing and having children participate in something like this. Why can't you adults just get together and go for a beer, and imagine all the things you want for Arpaio? Do you actually imagine the young kids are going to distinguish between Arpaio and other cops? You folks are demented..

chicagonut
chicagonut

So just what is hate in your demented mind? Hate is wanting our immigration laws respected and enforced? Is that what you call hate? WTH does Mexican culture have to do with any of this? I love Mexican food. I have no problem with them retaining their language and culture in this country along with assimilating to ours also. Where is the hate? You keep throwing out the words hate and racism without explaining where they are.

When you've lost the argument you resort to picking on typo errors. So typical of your side.

Enemy of Evil Bastards
Enemy of Evil Bastards

"When you've lost the argument you resort to picking on typo errors. So typical of your side."

Did you really make this statement Chicagonut? I thought you said you weren't a teabagger. How sad that you turned out to be a liar. Why do teabaggers always turn out to be liars? Is it part of your indoctrination at the university of teabagging?

chicagonut
chicagonut

How many times to I have to repeat in here that I am neither a teabagger (as I am not gay) nor a member of the Tea Party organization? Calling someone out for picking on typo errors makes one a teapartier? If you told me you aren't a reconqusita I wouldn't call you a liar as I don't know you. Why does the left lie, make fale accusations, insult, smear and make personal attacks on anyone who doesn't share their views? Can they ever dabate with civility?

mikefrombisbee
mikefrombisbee

Now you've bored me. But I am very glad you like Mexican food. That makes you a very culturally competent person. But you are still a lousy speller. Since you have spell checkers available and don't bother to use them, that indicates you are lazy and sloppy in what you present for public consumption. And you are a worse thinker.

You haven't made an argument yet. When you do, please let me know. Or better yet, don't. You bore me and I haven't seen anything yet on this forum that indicates reason or thoughtfulness on your part.

The fact that you have to ask what Mexican culture has to do with this says a lot about you and how much you are aware of others, and none of what it says about you is good. The fact that you don't understand what history has to do with the way Mexican-American people feel about Arpaio says even more.

I will not take the time to explain what I have already said on this forum about border enforcement because it becomes more and more evident that responding to a fanatic does nothing constructive to promote intelligent discourse. Wallow in your ignorance. Que le vaya bien.

The hate is on your side. Minutemen. Nazis. Christian Identity. The Klan. Tea Baggers. The National Alliance. Shawna Forde. Glenn Spencer.

If you wish to worship Arpaio because of his silly, meaningless PR stunts, go ahead. After all, stupidity and bad judgment aren't criminal acts in Arizona. If they were, our state legislature would be empty.

If you find Arizona and its Mexican element too stressful to handle and too difficult to understand you could always go back to where you came from. But please take your flying monkeys with you.

chicagonut
chicagonut

Go back to where I came from? My family has been here for generations and I was born here. I am an American citizen. Why don't you tell that to those who are here illegally? They weren't born here nor are they citizens of this country.

Still nit-picking about typo errors cause you have no viable comments other than insults?

Why would you try to claim that most anti-illegals are radicals? Can I also claim that all pro-illegals are brown, reconquistat radicals then? Pot, kettle, black, hypocrite!

You're bored precisely because I have made many valid points that you can't refute and you are running out of new insults to counter with.

Where did I say that I worship Arpaio? I just said I withhold judgement of him until or if he is convicted in a court of law.

As I said, I have no problem with those of Mexican ancestry or their culture just as long as they are here legally yet you continue to claim that I am lying. Why would you do that?

There is plenty of hate on both sides of this issue. You are a prime example of that. Again, you just couldn't debate civily, could you? Even had to finish your post with another insult. I pity your childishness and immaturity.

Bobby
Bobby

Still on the spelling kick? Can't just deal with the issues, obviously. Illegal immigration is irrelevant,etc. Got ya, sir. We understand,

mikefrombisbee
mikefrombisbee

Bobby: can you spell Isabel? it's not that hard. Can you think for yourself? It's not that hard. Can you stop hating? It's not that hard.

Bobby
Bobby

Hating is what you folks on this forum do best. This has to be the case. Any normal person can see that getting children to beat a pinata dressed like a police officer is not only hatefull but indicates deep mental problems.

Anon
Anon

Bobby, The sheriff "branded" himself with all his self-promotion i.e. bobbleheads (just one item) and has gotten away with it for years with taxpayer money. How is a sheriff to creates a clown image of himself to be taken seriously while discrediting law enforcement? A pinata is one of the most clever uses for the sheriff's "image". Where can we buy one for our next event?

Herb
Herb

I posted earlier, Pinatas are made of Cartoon, Disney Characters, the Sheriff in an Arizona Character, that's it. Disney has Mickey, we have Sheriff Joe, I think it's freaken hilarious!! I want one for my son's birthday party. Joe probably likes it anyways, more propaganda for him. More publicity means more $$ for him, his family, for his cause, which is not in the the Counties best interest, it's his. The sooner the people see him for what he really is, sooner we will be better off.

Anon
Anon

Herb, Well said.

Bobby
Bobby

Well, congradulations Herb. Your'e a true patriot and contributor to the American economy. But on the other hand, the "pinata's" probably produced by people who don't pay a cent of tax, anyway. I'll have you suggested to be profiled in "Responsible Parents Today" magazine, etc.

chicagonut
chicagonut

Cartoons and Disney characters are not real people and that is the difference!

Bobby
Bobby

Tell you what mikefrom bisbee, I'll stop when you stop.

mikefrombisbee
mikefrombisbee

I hate no one. You hate Mexicans. Irrationally. Pathologically. Pathetically.

Bobby
Bobby

Naturally, everyone that wants illegal immigration stopped hates Mexicans. Right mikefrom bisbee?

Chester Bogus
Chester Bogus

I don't think you understand the difference between an assumption and an inference, a lie and a mistake. Do you own a dictionary? Time's right about now to bust it out.

chicagonut
chicagonut

Your lying. Most of the posters in here including you show nothihng but hate and contempt for white Americans for the rule of law. Look in the mirror for the real racists. I don't hate Mexicans or any other gorup that are here legally and also repect our laws.

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