‘Alice in Wonderland’ scenarios 
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Of course, Mr. Spehar has no problem with the far left, which completely controls the Democrat Party. These are the folks who think compromise means the republicans must come all the way to there side. The Left recognizes no middle.

Also amazing that Mr. Spehar had no problem when the Dems nominated Sal Pace, a man with a criminal background far worse than anything David Cox did, as the opponent for Scott Tipton last year.

I love the smell of Hypocrisy in the morning…it smells like Tuesday and Wednesday and columns by Jim Spehar and Bill Grant.

It’s easy to see Mr. Spehars problem, when you read his writings he shows his bias by including smears along with the name he wants to demean. Just one of the problem with his column is that the WSCA is no longer a functioning unit, it’s apparent he doesn’t keep up with the real world, only with the progressive side he aligns with.
He believes that our Congressman Tiptoe Tipton, is a Tea Party rep. Nothing could be further from the truth. He said he would fight for us, he hasn’t, he has yet to speak out about Fast and Furious, Benghazi, IRS investigation, spying on citizens and signed on with the NDAA act that puts all Americans at risk of arrest by our Government without cause, reason or judicial warrant. The fact that the Republican base is now trying to change that course is proof of his ineptness. Spehar is surprised by the fact that Cox is a contender, wait until the primary, Cox is a true Patriot and will bring a fresh breath of reality to bear on Washington.
The truth is, Spehar seems to remember someone (unnamed) who said something (“things have gone too far”) yet doesn’t continue the conversation, just bends it to his memory of a satisfactory blend of his own rhetoric. His distortions to make his points are akin to his progressive arguments on just about everything he writes about. In this county, the Country Club group is still there, some are dems in conservative clothing, some are in it for the power, and some are in it for much more than just pride, some actually work to make our lives better.

The problems we all have with politics are professional politicians.

I don’t know if the solution to professional politicians is unprofessional politicians but you guys seem hell bent on finding out.

Well stated Mr. Fenwick. It is far beyond the time that the good ol boy gang get their comeuppance. McInnis, King, Rowland, any past or present city council member, airport board, Gessler, and on and on and on will NOT get my vote. Someone recently said McInnis is “overqualified.” Plagiarism and pocket filling are still out there. One may not hide from one’s past.



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