Sheriff Arpaio and the people of Ariz...

Sheriff Arpaio and the people of Arizona take next steps in Obama ineligibility

There are 15 comments on the Examiner.com story from Apr 1, 2012, titled Sheriff Arpaio and the people of Arizona take next steps in Obama ineligibility. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

On Saturday, Sheriff Joe Arpaio held another press conference to discuss the investigation done by his volunteer Cold Case Posse of Maricopa County, Arizona.A All major mainstream press organizations were invited to cover the event but not one of them showed-up to do so.

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Mr RW Kent

Longwood, FL

#1 Apr 24, 2012
From its inception, the CPUSA had put resources into recruiting African Americans into ranks. While this effort never yielded many members and collapsed with the advent of the Civil Rights movement in the late 1950s, Herbert Aptheker, a long-time member and founder of the American Institute for Marxist Studies, and Angela Davis now attempted to incorporate racial radicalism into the Party.
While its goal has always been the development of a national Communist Party, in 1984 the CPUSA began to give indirect support to the Democrat Party as the only alternative to the conservatism of the Reagan era. In 1987 Mikhail Gorbachev introduced Perestroika to the Soviet Union, leading eventually to the near disintegration of the CPUSA. In 1992 Herbert Apthetker and Angela Davis split away from the Party to found the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism.
In 2008 the CPUSA built what it termed “a labor and people’s alliance” to support Barack Obama’s presidential bid. On January 31, 2009, Sam Webb, the current leader of the CPUSA, gave a speech celebrating that “a friend of labor and its allies sits in the White House.” He described President Obama’s inauguration as a sign that “an era of progressive change is within reach, no longer an idle dream.” According to Webb, the new administration was already considering “a new model of governance” that “would challenge corporate power, profits and prerogatives.”
In October 2010, CPUSA national executive vice-chair Jarvis Tyner spoke in Detroit on the need to for "left and progressive"-minded Americans to vote for Democrats in the upcoming midterm election.
On November 3, 2010 -- the day after mid-term elections in which Democrats lost 6 Senate seats, more than 60 House seats, and 7 governorships -- CPUSA Labor Commission chairman Scott Marshall emphasized that his organization had worked collaboratively on political campaigns with AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka. Said Marshall:
"The continuing independence of the labor movement was heightened tremendously by the election, and in very specific ways, not just in general. Not only did the campaigning take place from union hall[s],... but this time, as Trumka told us when he was in Chicago, they began the nuts and bolts [of] building independent labor campaign organizations in five key cities around the country."
Also on November 3, 2010, the CPUSA praised the Obama administration for having "accomplished many things." Moreover, the Party:
complained that prior to the previous day's elections, a "corporate-Republican alliance depended on lies, fear, and hatred to spread its message";
praised labor unions for having worked to raise "class consciousness"; and
asserted that a key CPUSA priority for the immediate future would be "to deepen and expand class-consciousness."
Late in 2010, CPUSA member C.J. Atkins called for his comrades to drop their "communist" label, so that they could work more effectively inside the Democratic Party. Soon thereafter, Joe Sims, co-editor of the CPUSA publication Peoples World, acknowledged not only that collaboration with the the Democrats "will be an area of engagement for those wanting to make a difference," but also that communists might someday be able to "capture" the Democratic Party entirely. Sims warned, however, against dissolving the CPUSA entirely into the Democratic Party. Rather, he advised his organization to remain a separate entity, working both inside and outside the Democratic Party as circumstances required.
On December 5, 2010, the CPUSA held an awards ceremony in Connecticut, where it honored, among others, John Olsen, head of the Connecticut AFL-CIO.
The CPUSA is a member organization of the United for Peace and Justice anti-war coalition. The group also has strong ties to China, Cuba, and other nations hostile to the United States.
Mr RW Kent

Longwood, FL

#2 Apr 24, 2012
From its inception, the CPUSA had put resources into recruiting African Americans into ranks. While this effort never yielded many members and collapsed with the advent of the Civil Rights movement in the late 1950s, Herbert Aptheker, a long-time member and founder of the American Institute for Marxist Studies, and Angela Davis now attempted to incorporate racial radicalism into the Party.

While its goal has always been the development of a national Communist Party, in 1984 the CPUSA began to give indirect support to the Democrat Party as the only alternative to the conservatism of the Reagan era. In 1987 Mikhail Gorbachev introduced Perestroika to the Soviet Union, leading eventually to the near disintegration of the CPUSA. In 1992 Herbert Apthetker and Angela Davis split away from the Party to found the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism.

In 2008 the CPUSA built what it termed “a labor and people’s alliance” to support Barack Obama’s presidential bid. On January 31, 2009, Sam Webb, the current leader of the CPUSA, gave a speech celebrating that “a friend of labor and its allies sits in the White House.” He described President Obama’s inauguration as a sign that “an era of progressive change is within reach, no longer an idle dream.” According to Webb, the new administration was already considering “a new model of governance” that “would challenge corporate power, profits and prerogatives.”

In October 2010, CPUSA national executive vice-chair Jarvis Tyner spoke in Detroit on the need to for "left and progressive"-minded Americans to vote for Democrats in the upcoming midterm election.

On November 3, 2010 -- the day after mid-term elections in which Democrats lost 6 Senate seats, more than 60 House seats, and 7 governorships -- CPUSA Labor Commission chairman Scott Marshall emphasized that his organization had worked collaboratively on political campaigns with AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka. Said Marshall:

"The continuing independence of the labor movement was heightened tremendously by the election, and in very specific ways, not just in general. Not only did the campaigning take place from union hall[s],... but this time, as Trumka told us when he was in Chicago, they began the nuts and bolts [of] building independent labor campaign organizations in five key cities around the country."

Also on November 3, 2010, the CPUSA praised the Obama administration for having "accomplished many things." Moreover, the Party:

complained that prior to the previous day's elections, a "corporate-Republican alliance depended on lies, fear, and hatred to spread its message";
praised labor unions for having worked to raise "class consciousness"; and
asserted that a key CPUSA priority for the immediate future would be "to deepen and expand class-consciousness."
Late in 2010, CPUSA member C.J. Atkins called for his comrades to drop their "communist" label, so that they could work more effectively inside the Democratic Party. Soon thereafter, Joe Sims, co-editor of the CPUSA publication Peoples World, acknowledged not only that collaboration with the the Democrats "will be an area of engagement for those wanting to make a difference," but also that communists might someday be able to "capture" the Democratic Party entirely. Sims warned, however, against dissolving the CPUSA entirely into the Democratic Party. Rather, he advised his organization to remain a separate entity, working both inside and outside the Democratic Party as circumstances required.

On December 5, 2010, the CPUSA held an awards ceremony in Connecticut, where it honored, among others, John Olsen, head of the Connecticut AFL-CIO.

The CPUSA is a member organization of the United for Peace and Justice anti-war coalition. The group also has strong ties to China and Cuba.

Godspeed to you Joe. Save a country, Ours thanks for all you do.
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Since: May 11

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#3 Apr 28, 2012
Go get them Joe
uh

Scottsdale, AZ

#5 Feb 1, 2014
Sherif Joe is a waste if skin... Senility and racism are no way to police this state. Imagine if you happens to have been born with brown skin and god forbid
uh

Scottsdale, AZ

#6 Feb 1, 2014
Were rape/ molested, your case was never investigated, it's a shame the federal government has to step in and make sure Maricopa county is treating all citizens equally... I can't way till this state turns blue
angel

Boise, ID

#8 Feb 2, 2014
Sherrif Joe is a joke.
Teabaggers have a childlike facination with carictures and overblown cartoon characters.
Kind of a reflection of their idiot coarse and shallow sensiblities and simpleton tastes.
Sarah Palin.Sherriff Joe,Duck Dynasty.Joe the Pumber.
Infantile fools whoare obviously easily held spellbound by walking cliches that reflect their immature simplistic world view.Lmao!

Since: Jan 14

Location hidden

#9 Feb 2, 2014
uh wrote:
Were rape/ molested, your case was never investigated, it's a shame the federal government has to step in and make sure Maricopa county is treating all citizens equally... I can't way till this state turns blue
Sheriff Joe is treating all citizens equally. If you break the law he goes after you, if you don't he leaves you alone. The biggest problem AZ has is Anybody from anywhere in the world can walk right thru along with the mostly Mexicans who take so freely of what belongs to someone else showing more loyalty to where their from than where their at.

Immigration laws exist to keep the Citizens within it's borders safer. When your able to screen for diseases and criminal pasts and assimilated to understand where their at. Success for everyone.

When you have millions who don't do that it becomes a obvious problem and well, after all that's what Sheriffs are for, to deal with obvious problems.
Take off the shades
uh

Glendale, AZ

#10 Feb 2, 2014
R12 Freon wrote:
<quoted text>Sheriff Joe is treating all citizens equally. If you break the law he goes after you, if you don't he leaves you alone. The biggest problem AZ has is Anybody from anywhere in the world can walk right thru along with the mostly Mexicans who take so freely of what belongs to someone else showing more loyalty to where their from than where their at.

Immigration laws exist to keep the Citizens within it's borders safer. When your able to screen for diseases and criminal pasts and assimilated to understand where their at. Success for everyone.

When you have millions who don't do that it becomes a obvious problem and well, after all that's what Sheriffs are for, to deal with obvious problems.
Take off the shades


Citizen, visitor or illegal, if you file a complaint it should be investigated. Thousands of cases involving minorities and sex crimes were not investigated, to say this is an illegal problem and not a leadership problem is ridiculous!

Did you know on the Canadian border, the white poor US citizens leach off the Canadian health care system?

Sherif joe is an old racist... But that's a generational problem that's going away...
uh

Glendale, AZ

#11 Feb 2, 2014
Willie Lynch III wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe they'll step up their education efforts so illiterate morons like you quit embarrassing the entire state,.....hmmm?


The grammatical errors are auto fill/spell on my cell phone, it's kind of like when you're telling a racist joke and your uncle daddy guesses the punch line...

Since: Jan 14

Location hidden

#12 Feb 6, 2014
uh wrote:
<quoted text>
Citizen, visitor or illegal, if you file a complaint it should be investigated. Thousands of cases involving minorities and sex crimes were not investigated, to say this is an illegal problem and not a leadership problem is ridiculous!
Did you know on the Canadian border, the white poor US citizens leach off the Canadian health care system?
Sherif joe is an old racist... But that's a generational problem that's going away...


Any complaint Anybody files, somebody looks at. They write a detailed report including what questions to ask and what their trained to observe. All that is compiled in a dbase and is used to investigate the crime. LOL crime fighting is a science.

How many of those 1000's of cases ended up dead ends? No clear descriptions other than the act that took place. LOL, do you really expect investigative manpower to focus on cases that have little or no chance of being solved?

No, they focus on the crimes that have leads and make arrests. By doing so they catch criminals. Maybe even some of the ones responsible what you say were never investigated.
Believe it or not criminals don't reveal every crime they've committed in their lives when they get busted.

So it's not a leadership problem. Maricopa County has some of the safest cities in AZ. Illegals are the problem. People you know nothing about and desperate not to get caught and end up A Big Police Problem.

Yes Canada has a lot of problems with it's healthcare system.

Your using dumb logic in your reasoning for rational thinking of what your believing.
And what your thinking is going away never will no matter what name you call it.
It's just going to get stronger,

Take off the shades and think for yourself.
uh

Glendale, AZ

#13 Feb 6, 2014
R12 Freon wrote:
<quoted text>Any complaint Anybody files, somebody looks at. They write a detailed report including what questions to ask and what their trained to observe. All that is compiled in a dbase and is used to investigate the crime. LOL crime fighting is a science.

How many of those 1000's of cases ended up dead ends? No clear descriptions other than the act that took place. LOL, do you really expect investigative manpower to focus on cases that have little or no chance of being solved?

No, they focus on the crimes that have leads and make arrests. By doing so they catch criminals. Maybe even some of the ones responsible what you say were never investigated.
Believe it or not criminals don't reveal every crime they've committed in their lives when they get busted.

So it's not a leadership problem. Maricopa County has some of the safest cities in AZ. Illegals are the problem. People you know nothing about and desperate not to get caught and end up A Big Police Problem.

Yes Canada has a lot of problems with it's healthcare system.

Your using dumb logic in your reasoning for rational thinking of what your believing.
And what your thinking is going away never will no matter what name you call it.
It's just going to get stronger,

Take off the shades and think for yourself.

The ridiculousness of your reply speaks for itself. Most of my family is in law enforcement . So you think these people file a complaint and leave no contact information? Do you really believe that? You probably do.

As far as thinking for ones self:
I've never seen such a longing to belong to something like tea party members have/crave. The Republican Party preys on religious people and week mined people like no other...

We are getting off topic here...
Arpio will be gone soon enough...
If we could just get all these hippies to vote he'd be gone already

Strangely enough, all these illegals are mostly republicans... They just want to belong...
uh

Glendale, AZ

#14 Feb 6, 2014
By the way, with FED oversight, all but 2 of the 3,800 cases have since been investigated... Maybe justice isn't so blind in this state. Now the conviction/prosecution rate hasn't been publicized, but an unusually high or low rate would have been news... Take the shades off...
uh

Glendale, AZ

#15 Feb 6, 2014
Justification for ignoring sex crimes
An internal memo written by one of the detectives assigned to the Morrison case blamed a high case load, saying the special victims unit had gone from five detectives to just three, and the detectives left were often called off their cases to investigate special assignments. They included a credit card fraud case involving the Arizona Diamondbacks and a mortgage fraud case in Arpaio's home city of Fountain Hills.[81]

We can't have mortgage fraud in fountain hills! Not in his backyard! Meanwhile no justice in El Mirage or Guadalupe

Since: Jan 14

Location hidden

#16 Feb 7, 2014
uh wrote:
<quoted text>
The ridiculousness of your reply speaks for itself. Most of my family is in law enforcement . So you think these people file a complaint and leave no contact information? Do you really believe that? You probably do.
As far as thinking for ones self:
I've never seen such a longing to belong to something like tea party members have/crave. The Republican Party preys on religious people and week mined people like no other...
We are getting off topic here...
Arpio will be gone soon enough...
If we could just get all these hippies to vote he'd be gone already
Strangely enough, all these illegals are mostly republicans... They just want to belong...
I never said people who file complaints leave no contact info? I'm saying details are foggy. You might have a rape victim who gets the shit beat out of them and remembers very little and the only thing the cops have is maybe what race and stinking of stale beer. Unless the victim can ID who attacked them or DNA is collected, chances of catching them is pretty slim.

Lol, really what victim would file a police report and not give their contact info? That's stupidity.

You really believe illegals are republicans? LOL, I can't think of one Sanctuary City whose Mayor is a republican let alone one who is pushing so hard to provide them with gov't aid, driver's licenses, and special exemptions like democrats do.

Well I'd trade 3 Cal Sheriff's and a couple of Senators for him. Even throw in the Governor as a bonus to have him Sheriff here. Hell yes!
uh

Glendale, AZ

#17 Feb 7, 2014
Most are conservative, this maybe hard for you to believe, but most illegals took a chance to have a better life by "working" in this country, most are hard working, very religious family oriented people. So just like US citizens, the people get linked to republican conservatism thinking it's synonymous with Christian values and liberalism is the opposite, they fall into the same trap.

Now these hard working illegal religious conservatives, don't vote, they don't rock the boat, they work, if their lucky they had kids born here and achieved their dream.

The liberals are the educated children of these conservatives, they in most cases were born here, they vote, they rally, they rock the boat.

Now, the drug dealing gun toting illegals, who do you think they resemble more? A liberal hippie or a good ol boy ? Those people also are not liberal.

These people are People!

Think about 2006-2009 in the worst of our recession, how many white guys did you see standing on the street looking for work? I saw one, are these people really taking your jobs? Are there really truck loads of Caucasians wanting to harvest vegetables by hand for minimum wage?

Here is the biggest enigma.. The owners of these corporate farms, that surround the valley, do you think they are republican? Do you think they donate to the party? Do you think sheriff Joe knows that 95% of the workers are illegal? Do you think he knows if he busts them he will bring the agriculture industry to a halt? Of course he knows, this guy wants votes and campaign contributions and FaceTime.... So until this "tough on illegal" sheriff busts all these farms, how can you take him seriously? Instead he rounds up a few dangerousness construction workers here and there....

If you read excerpts from the investigations, you'll see sherif joe decided he needed the man power in fountain hills, leaving El Mirage to fend for itself... Talk to an actual officer for this guy, they don't think much of him....

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