Russell Pearce Calls Jerry Lewis a "Judas Goat" by Proxy, Representative Steve Court Reacts

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Funny, neither one of these creatures looks like Randy Parraz, Saul Alinsky or Jerry Lewis, for that matter

Someone should really keep Grampa Russell away from "the Internets," e-mail, Facebook, and just about any technology that followed the invention of photography. State Senate President Pearce just doesn't have a very good track record when it comes to newfangled technology, or any technology, to be precise. 

Surely, everybody recalls the anti-Semitic e-mail from the neo-Nazi National Alliance that Pearce forwarded to his supporters in 2006. That same year, Pearce commented on public radio about the Eisenhower-era program "Operation Wetback," and what a dandy idea it was. 

More recently, writer Jeff Biggers detailed Pearce's cut-and-paste methods of political discourse, where he has "regularly borrowed significant portions of text from the writings of hard-line white nationalists, fringe anti-immigrant activists, and others whose views far fall outside the mainstream and presented them as his own."

Then there's his "friends" list online, which recently included folks who've endorsed his opponent Republican Jerry Lewis as well as a few dead people. No, seriously.

The latest Pearce blunder comes in forwarding an e-mail ascribed to one of his wing-nuttier supporters, a lady by the name of LaRue Gates.

Gates' rambling, near-psychotic ravings against Lewis were recently posted by the far right Sonoran Alliance blog. And Pearce apparently thinks so much of Gates' Jeremiad that he has forwarded her e-mail screed to those on his listserv.

In it, Gates calls Lewis a "Judas goat," who is -- um, literally, it seems -- leading the Mormon faithful to slaughter, as that sinister devotee of Saul Alinsky and Satan, Randy Parraz of Citizens for a Better Arizona, looks on.

She writes:

"The rancher, Parraz, is smiling with glee as many sheep, especially in the LDS community who should know better, are following the goat into the pen. They are helping to lead a great nation to slaughter."

Indeed, Gates believes the end is nigh should Pearce fall from his mighty throne come November 8.

"This may embolden those who seek to destroy our Republic," she warns. "The flames may be fanned until this fire consumes our nation. We are slowly slipping into a Socialist state. This may accelerate it. We are on the verge of losing the very things we hold dear."

Gates comes close to saying that she was moved by divine forces to write her letter:

"This is geared toward LDS people, but all people of faith may find some wisdom herein. I feel that I was inspired to write what I am about to tell you."

She goes so far as to cite scripture from the Book of Mormon and the LDS Church's Doctrine and Covenants to back up her interpretations of current events.

All of which did not set well with Republican state House Representative Steve Court of Legislative District 18. Court, himself an LDS member, wrote a stinging rebuke of Gates' use of religion to influence local politics, stating,

"Claiming inspiration and using LDS scriptures to try a sway LDS voters is reprehensible and goes directly against Church doctrine of remaining neutral and not allowing any candidate to claim endorsement either by the Church or `inspiration.'"

Though Court has endorsed Pearce in the LD 18 recall race, he nevertheless called on both Pearce and the Mountain View Tea Party to "disavow this letter and its writer."

I called Court, who confirmed the validity of his e-mail response to the Gates diatribe. He said he wrote his message because he did not believe it was proper to use LDS scripture "to favor one candidate over another."

Court said he had yet to hear from Senator Pearce on the matter.

What makes the Gates statement problematic is that, like in the case of the National Alliance e-mail, Pearce forwarded it on to his followers. Back in 2006, Pearce claimed that he had not read the anti-Semitic propaganda all the way through, and that's why he mistakenly passed it on.

One wonders if he'll offer the same lame excuse here as well. Pearce had already messed up at a recent LD 18 meeting by claiming that the LDS Church was all good with his immigration stance. Now, here he goes again.

Talk about a God complex...

Note: For the record, below is Pearce's e-mail, to which the Gates letter was attached. 

And below that is Representative Court's reply to the Gates letter, with the Gates letter beneath. 

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 9:49 PM

Subject: Fw: Open Letter to District 18

 

Hi all. I want to send this e-mail out to all of you.  If I offend anyone, just delete. If, by chance, I strike a cord I ask that you forward it to your contacts in district 18. I feel this is urgent.  Thanks. LaRue


From: Steve Court [mailto:sgcourt68@msn.com
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2011 4:04 PM
To: mountainviewteaparty@gmail.com
Subject: RE: Open Letter

 

I am disappointed to see a letter of this type forwarded by the Tea Party, especially a Tea Party group that I respect and attend. This person claims to be alarmed at the rhetoric of the campaign and then goes on the claim inspiration to further fan the flames. ("I feel that I was inspired to write what I am about to tell you." 1st paragraph).  Anyone who understands LDS Church doctrine knows that although members may receive inspiration related to their own lives, they cannot and will not receive inspiration for others.

Claiming inspiration and using LDS scriptures to try a sway LDS voters is reprehensible and goes directly against Church doctrine of remaining neutral and not allowing any candidate to claim endorsement either by the Church or "inspiration".

The writer of this letter needs to remember what the Church teaches about those who claim to receive inspiration and then tries to sway others with those claims.

I would hope that the Mountain View Tea Party and Sen. Russell Pearce would disavow this letter and its writer. The distrbution of this letter is a disappointing and dangerous precedent to set in Mesa politics. Members of the LDS Church have always campaigned against each other in this district without inciting anything close to this level of vitriolic language.

I have endorsed Sen Pearce in this race and I would hope that he would help bring this type of thing to a halt.

Regards,
Rep. Steve Court


Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 10:53:50 -0700
Subject: Fwd: Open Letter
From: mountainviewteaparty@gmail.com
To: 

The following is from LaRue Gates Addressed to the Mountain View Tea Party

 

Hi, I have an open letter to LDS Conservatives and others which I would like to get out to the elctorate as soon as possible.  I was wondering if you would carry it on your site and perhaps forward it to others in LD18.  Please let me know if you can do that.  Thanks.  LaRue Gates

 


 

AN OPEN LETTER TO MY LDS FRIENDS AND OTHER CONSERVATIVE VOTERS OF LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 18   October 19, 2011

 

Dear Voters,   

              I have watched with great alarm the rhetoric and name calling going back and forth between the supporters of Russell Pearce and Jerry Lewis, and have seen the LDS Church take a beating because of it.  Church should not play in politics, but in this instance it has pitted member against member in the LDS Church.  I used to live in District 18 and am saddened that it has come to this.  After much thought and prayer, I put my hand to pen and began to write.  This is geared toward LDS people, but all people of faith may find some wisdom herein.  I feel that I was inspired to write what I am about to tell you.  Read it; then draw your own conclusions.  I am not going to dwell on the merits or shortcomings of the candidates.  I just want to give you some background information and let you to know how this is playing out. 

            Have any of you heard of a "Judas goat?"  Let me explain:  Sheep have a tendency to resist being rounded up.  They flock together in a tight herd and when one sheep breaks free and runs, they all follow.  As a child on my father's ranch in Wyoming I saw this phenomenon many times. They resist going through gates or entering pens.  This tendency becomes a real problem when the rancher wants to take them to market or to slaughter.  It was discovered that a goat could be introduced into the herd and the sheep would become accustomed to the goat.  Later, when it became time to take the sheep to slaughter, all the rancher had to do was herd the goat into the pen and all the sheep would follow!  The goat would be spared, but the sheep would meet their demise.  The goat, I'm sure, did not realize he was being used to betray his fellow ruminants.  Thus the moniker: "Judas goat." 

            You may ask, "What does that have to do with the recall?"  Let me explain.  To know what this is all about we need to go back to Randy Parraz.  I know many of you will say this has nothing to do with him.  He is not the one running.  But, please, hear me out.  Randy Parraz, the leader of a group called "Citizens for a Better Arizona" (CBA), is the antithesis of what a Conservative Republican stands for.  According to the website, www.latinocongreso.org, "Parraz was the Co-Founder and Executive Director of ... the Transformative Action Institute, an organization committed to ... the next generation of social entrepreneurs and agents for change."  It goes on to say, "... he was recruited by the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) to be a community organizer in Dallas, Texas.  In Dallas, Parraz learned the fundamentals of the Saul Alinsky model of church based community organizing."  Please keep in mind the name "Saul Alinsky."  I will get back to that later. This same article then says:  "Parraz has experience with many different methods of social change."  Parraz also graduated from U.C. Berkeley and received his Masters at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.  These schools are bastions for liberal causes.  

            Another website, www.americanthinker.com tells us, "Parraz was a leader for nine years in the IAF and the AFL-CIO.  The IAF (Industrial Areas Foundation) founded by Saul Alinsky, trains community organizers, the most famous being President Barack Obama."  Notice that "Saul Alinsky" is again mentioned.  This was in California.  Parraz then came to Arizona and taught at the new "School of Social Transformation" on the ASU campus.  (http://sst-dev.clas.asu.edu/people/randy-parraz).  According to asunews.asu.edu, when describing this school, it states: "Social Transformation involves  changes in social structures and power relations on the one hand, and the alterations in the consciousness, values, capabilities, choices, and lives (emphasis added) on the other.

Thus, we can see his socialistic leanings.

            After a time, he became the champion for the illegal immigrants.  He was at the state capitol, bullhorn in hand, cheering them on as they picketed when SB 1070 was being debated.  He was there as they defiled the American flag.  He is a defender of LaRaza (tucsoncitizen.com).  He formed "Citizens for a Better Arizona" and vowed to take out Russell Pearce.  His minions conspired to find a loophole in the law so that they could carry on their deed.  They found their answer in a recall, which is perfectly legal by Arizona law, but is it moral?   "In November 2010, Pearce had just been reelected by the Mesa voters of LD 18 by a wide margin.  He hadn't even taken office when Parraz started the recall effort in January 2011" (www.americantrhinker.com).  I ask you what changed so dramatically from the time Pearce was elected until Parraz was threatening to go to any extreme to force him to capitulate and back down on his promises he had made to the voters of LD18?  Absolutely nothing!  I submit it was a personal vendetta by Parraz, et al.     

            My fellow Republican voters, there is much more at stake here than who will win in LD18.  The entire nation is watching.  The recall process was tried in Wisconsin and failed, but on Oct. 14 (msnbc.com) the Democrats announced they will try to recall the governor and some Republican senators of that state. If this recall election in LD18 is successful, it sets a precedent for the entire nation because this will be the first time in our history that a sitting state senator has been overthrown.  This recall disenfranchises all the voters who voted for Pearce and empowers those who could not win in a regular election.  This may embolden those who seek to destroy our Republic.  The flames may be fanned until this fire consumes our nation.  We are slowly slipping into a Socialist state.  This may accelerate it.  We are on the verge of losing the very things we hold dear.

            Now I refer back to the Judas goat.  Parraz said, when asked what qualities he was looking for in a candidate, "Someone who is a Republican, someone who is educated, has a rapport with people. Someone out of the LDS church, someone with deep roots in that community.  Someone who cares about education and job creation" (www.azcentral.com).  Enter Jerry Lewis.  Even if Jerry Lewis has never met Parraz before, he is the unsuspecting goat who is betraying the electorate. The rancher, Parraz, is smiling with glee as many sheep, especially in the LDS community who should know better, are following the goat into the pen.  They are helping to lead a great nation to slaughter. 

            Now, if you think I talk too boldly I want to refer to scripture.  Ether 8:24-25 in the Book of Mormon declares, "Wherefore the Lord commandeth you, when ye shall see these things come upon you that ye shall awake to a sense of your awful situation, because of this secret combination which shall be among you; ... For it cometh to pass that whosever buildeth it up seeketh to overthrow the freedom of all lands, nations, and countries; and it bringeth to pass the destruction of all people, for it is built up by the devil, who is the father of all lies; even that same liar who beguiled our first parents, yea, even that same liar who hath caused man to commit murder from the beginning;..."  If you don't believe this is talking about our day go to the subheading of chapter 8 and read:  "Modern Gentiles are warned against the secret combination which shall seek to overthrow the freedom of all lands, nations, and countries."   Another scripture, 2 Nephi 28:20-21 says in part, "For that day shall he rage in the hearts of the children of men and stir them up to anger... And others he will pacify, and lull them away into carnal security [Socialism?]... and thus the devil cheateth their souls, and leadeth them away carefully [Judas goat?] down to hell."  (Emphasis added.) We are in an awful situation nationwide.  Secret combinations abound and I believe the CBA (Citizens for a Better Arizona) is one of them.  Why give in to them?  If Russell Pearce is so terrible, vote him out in the next election.  Do not let Parraz have his way.  

            I asked you to keep in mind the name, "Saul Alinsky."  The book which is the "bible" for community organizers, written by Saul Alinsky himself, is called Rules for Radicals.  Inside the front cover of this book is this affirmation, signed by Saul Alinsky:

"Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgement of the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know when mythology leaves off and history begins - or which is which) the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at last won his own kingdom- Lucifer."  Now, go back and read Ether 8:24-25 again.  I believe this is cause for alarm. 

            D&C 123:12 proclaims:  "For there are many yet on the earth among all sects, parties, and denominations, who are blinded by the subtle craftiness of men, whereby they lie in wait to deceive, and who are only kept from the truth because they know not where to find it."  Verse 13 goes on to say, "...we should [bring] to light all the hidden things of darkness..."  I have tried to show you the truth and bring out the hidden things.  Wake up and get out of the pen before it is too late!  Check out what I have said.  Do your own research.  Don't be misled.

            Also, as an afterthought, remember the 12th Article of Faith:  "We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law."  As far as illegal immigration is concerned, the federal law can be found here:  wwwuscis.gov.  If we honor and sustain the law, this is the law we must uphold.  End of story. 

            I hope I have shed some light (literally) on this subject and perhaps made you think about it a little more.  If so, I have succeeded.  Thank you for hearing me out.  May we all be ever vigilant.

 

                                                                                                With love and concern,

                                                                                                LaRue Gates


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Tiffnickk
Tiffnickk

What has she said about Jerry Lewis that hasn't already been said? Honestly, this is someone who grew up on a farm and used the term judas goat at home often. She gives a clear explanation of the term specifying that is is basically one used as an implant to get people to follow him. I have heard others say the same. I'm not saying I feel that way, but people do feel this way, and they are entitled to that feeling right or wrong. This whole thing is blown out of proportion. I am not a Pearce supporter or a Lewis supporter, I dont live there so I can't vote in that particular election.Also, the LDS church as a whole, and the leaders are forbade from using their authority to promote any once candidate. If you think, however that an LDS member can't pray, recieve what they believe to be an answer and share that with others, you're wrong. This woman Also told people that if they disagreed with her, they should just delete the email and move on it doesn't sound at all like she is telling people she received revelation for them. So Russell Pearce feels like he's being ousted by someone who is basically a plant by the Democrats, so he forwarded a letter that is all about that. Really? Is that so awful? Or are people just offended by the fact that she is comparing scripture to our day? Because yeah, that's horrible. To be clear, I personally know and respect Jerry Lewis and I have family and friends who feel the same way about Russell Pearce, I don't align myself with either, as I have not done sufficient research into their public record. But I think the outrage about this whole thing is totally unfounded and anyone who reads this woman's email with an ounce of intelligence can see that. The worst I can accuse her of is maybe being a little too "end of days crazy" as I call it. At best she is a thoughtful, prayerful voter who cares enough to do research and speak her mind.  

Mikey1969
Mikey1969

"We are slowly slipping into a Socialist state."

I'm fucking tired of ignorant fools throwing the word "Socialist" out there whenever they want to bitch about something. It's ridiculous, and the worst thing it does is dilute the power of the word IF there was ever a need to use it. Let's say for a minute that there actually WAS a danger of our country becoming Socialist. Thanks to the brain trust at the Tea Party, people hear the first syllable, and completely tune out everything that follows that syllable, if there WAS a threat, it would slip right by because people are tired of this bullshit.

In reality, it's a totally bullshit claim, only eclipsed by the Birther idiocy. Grow up people, and pull your heads out of your collective asses, your candidates are dying a slow political death because nobody wants to listen tou your/their ramblings anymore.

David Saint
David Saint

lol well she was right about the "Judas Goat", only its Cortes and Pearce that are the goats...

alehound
alehound

After we get rid of the mexicants, then we go after the niggers and joos.....

Car_del99
Car_del99

 Russell P.is to truth...as ..the devil is to God. Russel P. is to lying...as war is  to hell Russell P. is to telling the truth ........as..hell is to heaven

Car_del99
Car_del99

by voting for Russel P. ( a liar,bigot , racist , dishonest , no morals, unethical , corrupt , etc. ) You are saying you are just like him . hiding behind a religion and thinking that God is an IDIOT just like you.Is that what Mormonism is all about ?

Car_del99
Car_del99

  " against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at last won his own kingdom- Lucifer "Is that what R.P is trying to do in LD18 ?

Car_del99
Car_del99

" I hope I have shed some light " ......... Question.. How much " light " can a flickering candle put out ?

Car_del99
Car_del99

  Telling Russell P. to tell the truth.. is like telling the devil to be good Russell P is a monster in a Mormon cloak ( or  cape ) 

Aaa5691
Aaa5691

WE BUY JUNK CARS. !!! 1-800-956-2290 :)

Angry
Angry

I live in LD 18. No one can really say for sure what Pearce has done until they spend some time here. Try living here for a bit and see what it is like to be Brown (Puerto Rican and 5th generation American mind you) and not LDS in Russell's district. The Cortes thing? Omg. How could anyone excuse that away?

You would think I am some bleeding heart liberal by the way I talk. I'm not. I am a Republican but I am sick and tired of the name calling from my OWN party. You call precious children "anchor babies" all the while claiming to be pro-life then expect to get my vote? Hell to tha no! Pearce is among the worst of them. Looking forward to November 8th.

Fed Up In LD18
Fed Up In LD18

Despicable and illuminative of the type of person Russell Pearce is.

Coz
Coz

Some really crazy and whacked out people support this POS Pearce.

God help us...

Judasgoat
Judasgoat

pearce supporters believe that if you do not support him you are a minion of Satan. Try reasoning with that. I'm lds, true blue through and through, but every group of people and family has their crazy aunts and uncles. Unfortunately, some of ours keep grabbing the megaphone...Lewis and others who are mainstream mormons have had enough ...

No right to a screen name
No right to a screen name

SA is the last refuge for the creepy and nuttiest of the nuts.  Read for the lolz, but thankful that they make up a tiny fringe of a tiny fringe.

WhoKnows
WhoKnows

I notice that since SA started moderating all posts, only posts by clueless goofs show up!

Jason
Jason

If anyone fits the description of a Judas Horse, it's Pearce to a T.

The list of Pearce shenanigans is far too long for me to post here. But, needless to say, it makes great fodder for Lewis.

Hey Russell, do us all a favor. Stop calling yourself a "patriot."

You are nowhere near the definition of a patriot. Benedict Arnold comes to mind when I see your ugly mug plastered all over my computer.

You have not created a single job in the 11 years you have been a state representative. Tax cuts do nothing to grow jobs knucklehead.

You don't work for the people. You work for CCA. Time to boot you out.  

WhoKnows
WhoKnows

Did Pearce use a state computer or state email system to forward this crap?

If so, that itself is a violation of state law.  Using state resources to campaign!

Rob
Rob

I laughed my ass off yesterday when I read Ms Gates "letter" on SA.

Thanks for bringing it back up again.

Susurro Perforado
Susurro Perforado

That was a good move by Steve Court to call "foul" on this craziness spread by Russell.  At least Russell still has a few thinking adults left on his side.

What I want to know, is why does Steve Court still endorse Russell after ALL the scandals committed during this campaign:  Olivia Cortes, saying "Jerry steals from homeless children," etc.  If you endorse, you approve.  I say withdraw your endorsement, or Court, or we lump you in with Pearce.

Oblivious Cortex
Oblivious Cortex

Of course Mormons don't try to sway voters.  It was only the Catholic cult that financed the Prop 8 campaign in California.

maxparraz
maxparraz

you REALLY need to be SUED for Libel! You are a damned liar! Russel Pearce DID NOT say any such thing!

Unbelievable!

Tina
Tina

Larue Gates'  presumptuous email, asking that it be distributed to all Mountain View Tea Party members, was effectively for the purpose of diverting their attention,  taking their eyes off the ball, and that "ball" is Russell Pearce.    Russell Pearce, nobody else, is the cause of his own recall.  It is HE -- his actions, words, priorities, vindictiveness, corruption, dishonesty, contradictions, self importance, etc. -- who is the reason why far more than 10,000 of  his fed up voting constituents eagerly signed  petitions for his recall, even seeking out petitioners to do so. 

Gates attempted to influence a cadre of voters into believing that credit or blame belongs to Randy Parraz, that Pearce is a victim of Randy Parraz.  Not surprisingly,  Pearce did the same thing by authorizing those idiotic and defamatory Randy Parraz signs throughout the district, AND by trying to tell himself and others that all his decisions are the "right" decisions, his confrontational behavior is the "right" behavior, and by forwarding the Gates' story to all those on HIS email lists.   

ExpertShot
ExpertShot

It's obvious you're being ironic here in using a comparison to a quote of a earlier era: "First they came for the communists,

and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a communist.Then they came for the trade unionists,

and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a trade unionist.Then they came for the Jews,

and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a Jew.Then they came for me

and there was no one left to speak out for me."The above is a famous statement attributed to pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984) about the inactivity of German intellectuals following the Nazi rise to power and the purging of their chosen targets, group after group.  People, you need to know your history to help secure the future from the few powerful people in this world.  Using the word "nigger" in a context which is obviously not meant to insult anyone, is not, and should not be discouraged.  Any language used to insult by exhorting a ethnic or racial stereotype is reprehensible.  However, just the utterance of a word, any word, should not be prohibited.  We need to be guided by the context in which the word is used.  Remember, if violence is used against those who use words you don't like, then you're a bad as the people who really did use words like "nigger" to demean their fellow man. 

ExpertShot
ExpertShot

It's obvious you're being ironic here in using a comparison to a quote of a earlier era: "First they came for the communists,

and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a communist.Then they came for the trade unionists,

and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a trade unionist.Then they came for the Jews,

and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a Jew.Then they came for me

and there was no one left to speak out for me."The above is a famous statement attributed to pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984) about the inactivity of German intellectuals following the Nazi rise to power and the purging of their chosen targets, group after group.  People, you need to know your history to help secure the future from the few powerful people in this world.  Using the word "nigger" in a context which is obviously not meant to insult anyone, is not, and should not be discouraged.  Any language used to insult by exhorting a ethnic or racial stereotype is reprehensible.  However, just the utterance of a word, any word, should not be prohibited.  We need to be guided by the context in which the word is used.  Remember, if violence is used against those who use words you don't like, then you're a bad as the people who really did use words like "nigger" to demean their fellow man.  

David Saint
David Saint

lol well they say most racists are stupid and ignorant, and alehound here just proved that correct.  If you are going to slander a race or religion, AT LEAST KNOW HOW TO SPELL IT PROPERLY! lol what did you get to, 5th grade? 

LOUISTHEXIII
LOUISTHEXIII

@alehound You are the only real nigger here ! Dumb ass !

Bnbk
Bnbk

I say we continue the course & rid AZ of the racist garbage such as youself & your hero RuSSell Pearce.

Susurro Perforado
Susurro Perforado

Nope.  That's not what Mormonism is all about.  That's why Mormons are working the hardest to toss Pearce.

Car_del99
Car_del99

 By " R.P " I mean RUSSELL P

Bnbk
Bnbk

SCREW YOU SPAMMER !

Jason
Jason

I live in LD19 and I can see exactly what Pearce has done.

Pearce will NEVER get the U.S. Supreme Court to cange  Wong Kim Ark vs. United States (the legal decision granting citizenship to all children born on U.S. soil)

Pearce does NOT work for the people. He works for CCA.

I, too, am looking forward to booting Pearce out. I call it an early birthday present to myself.

mikefrombisbee
mikefrombisbee

Look at what Pearce spouts and compare it to the shit coming from Al Qaeda and the Taliban. Notice any comparison?

Susurro Perforado
Susurro Perforado

That is exactly why we're taking out Pearce.  We have had enough of this silliness.  The normal, rational people like Lewis have avoided political involvement because it has become the domain of the nuts, and the personal attacks are so ugly.  Time to restore sanity.

mikefrombisbee
mikefrombisbee

That's right, Jason. He's a whore for CCA. But he's not discriminatory in his whoring. He bends over for anyone who gives him money. Isn't that what a whore is? Someone who puts out for money? He's just a political puto who wraps himself in a flag. And his brother is a sleazy hypocrite who shits on state law. As for the east valley tea baggers who support him and tried to run a sham candidate - those goobers are just a bunch of what the Koch Brothers would call Useful Idiots. (I wonder if the Brothers Koch are related to Karl-Otto Koch, the SS commandant of Buchenwald and his charming wife Ilse, who collected tattoos from the corpses of concentration camp inmates).

WhoKnows
WhoKnows

Even if he's using his personal laptop, through a personal email account, if he used WiFi provided by the state, he's using state resources - the state pays for that internet connection.

Jason
Jason

Knowing Pearce as intimately as we do, the answer is, without a doubt, yes.

Jason
Jason

Court resides in Pearce's LD and is Mormon.

So, as a result, Pearce makes people like Court afraid of him.

shadeaux14
shadeaux14

Don't you worry your widdle bwain mb,

I hear  that after he is tossed out on his racist ass, Russ and his butt-buddy JT, are going to open up Arizona's first Propane Cross store so they and the pee-tardies can party on no-burn days.

mikefrombisbee
mikefrombisbee

Sue away, Goober. Why don't you get Andy Thomas, Lisa Aubuchon or Rachel Alexander or Carmen Chenal to do it for you? They're the great right wing legal minds, yes? Oh, wait. Andy, Lisa and Rachel are...occupied with a little legal matter. And Carmen's busy winning the war on drugs for Cato Horne.

Jason
Jason

"Russell Pearce did NOT say any such thing."

How would you know that? Every time Pearce opens his piehole, it usually proves disastrous for him.

The best thing for Pearce, and for you, to do is simply vanish.

Susurro Perforado
Susurro Perforado

"By proxy" means that Russell didn't say them, someone else said them for him.  By Russell forward this nutball letter out from his personal email to his whole mail list, Russell Pearce approved the message contained therein.  The funny thing is that Lewis supporters forwarded the email around too...because sometimes the very best thing is for people to simply observe how crazy the Pearce people are.

Ourbert
Ourbert

Do you understand the meaning of the words "by proxy"?

US War Veteran
US War Veteran

Car, you mean Rus-SELL Pearce, right, instead of Russell.

Jason
Jason

Sums Pearce up nicely, don't it?

Tiffnickk
Tiffnickk

seriously?  so everyone that disagrees with you is vanish?  wow you sound intelligent and so accepting.

maxparraz
maxparraz

yes. So since the Nazis of America support the Occupy Wall Street, "by proxy" OWS'ers are Nazis, hate anybody but whites and detest jews

Get it now?

Jason
Jason

Well, given that 21 people like my comment and no one liked yours, people must agree with what I'm saying.

Pearce is going to be booted out in about 10 days. Get the hell used to it.  

Jason
Jason

What the hell are you babbling about? Do you remember the last time you took your meds for those voices in your head?

If not, I strongly recommend that you start taking them.

mikefrombisbee
mikefrombisbee

And since your beloved RuSSell Pearce forwarded a racist letter from the neo-Nazi National Alliance to his faithful, and since he sponsored the Nazi J.T. Ready for a position in the Mormon Church, by proxy he is a ...????

Susurro Perforado
Susurro Perforado

Let me help you out mbsanchez:  If the OWS people took a racist letter from the Nazis, read it, liked it, and sent it out to all of their friends and got it posted on sonoranalliance, then "by proxy" they are adopted the words of that letter.

Get it now?  Duh.

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