House Speaker Lujan's address

House Speaker Lujan's address

There are 29 comments on the KASA-TV Albuquerque story from Jan 17, 2012, titled House Speaker Lujan's address. In it, KASA-TV Albuquerque reports that:

Good afternoon and welcome Honorable members of the House, family members of our distinguished Representatives, Father Santillanes, Senator Udall, Honorable Congressman Lujan and esteemed staff and representatives of our congressional offices, Honorable Governors and Lt.

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mikey

Bloomfield Hills, MI

#1 Jan 17, 2012
I am truly sorry that he must endure lung cancer. Now is the time for him to resign for the good of the state- not because he has cancer, but because he and his hard core leftist totalitariansm are ruining our state.
Crack

Huntsville, AL

#2 Jan 17, 2012
mikey wrote:
his hard core leftist totalitariansm .
pot.
WhyToday

Chantilly, VA

#3 Jan 17, 2012
Why did Lujan wait until today to make this announcement?

The first news release said Lujan was turning the Speaker duties to someone else. Now he is going to stay for the 30 day session.

On February 20 Lujan will probably announce he is "CURED" and will run for another term!

POLITICS POLITICS

You heard it here first folks!

“26.2”

Since: Feb 08

Santa Fe, NM

#4 Jan 17, 2012
If I ever get stricken with a serious and almost certainly terminal disease, I can only hope that I will be able to face it with the same level of courage that Speaker Lujan has demonstrated. I hope for the best for him and his family in dealing with this.

Since: Jul 08

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#5 Jan 17, 2012
Lobo Viejo wrote:
If I ever get stricken with a serious and almost certainly terminal disease, I can only hope that I will be able to face it with the same level of courage that Speaker Lujan has demonstrated. I hope for the best for him and his family in dealing with this.
I agree Lobo, so sad for him, and hope he recovers from this..
George

Albuquerque, NM

#6 Jan 18, 2012
He's trying to blame "working with asbestos" when he worked for Los Alamos - the guy has not worked since 1976. I hope it's not a money thing.

Since: Dec 08

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#7 Jan 18, 2012
Crack wrote:
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pot.
Well if your head is cracked stop smoking your pot.
You are

United States

#8 Jan 18, 2012
Bluntly Spoken wrote:
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a freaking bore.

If you agree with the other poster's idiocy, say so.

Since: Dec 08

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#9 Jan 18, 2012
You are wrote:
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a freaking bore.
If you agree with the other poster's idiocy, say so.
Wow the troll from Santa Fe either has figured out how to change his location or he has a twin.

Both have an illness called mentally ill or maybe senility.

As for agreeing, I don't think so, his head is not only full of crack but has a crack in it which causes his brain to seep out.

GoodQuestion

Chantilly, VA

#10 Jan 18, 2012
WhyToday wrote:
Why did Lujan wait until today to make this announcement?
The first news release said Lujan was turning the Speaker duties to someone else. Now he is going to stay for the 30 day session.
On February 20 Lujan will probably announce he is "CURED" and will run for another term!
POLITICS POLITICS
You heard it here first folks!
Over two years of chemo and still has a full head of hair?

Stage 4 cancer and will remain as Speaker?

I will believe it when I read his obituary

Since: Dec 08

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#11 Jan 18, 2012
GoodQuestion wrote:
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Over two years of chemo and still has a full head of hair?
Stage 4 cancer and will remain as Speaker?
I will believe it when I read his obituary
Could be a wig but from what I understand about chemo loss of hair is temporary and it grows back after a year or so.

Either way and all dislike of him by others aside it is a sad way to die, a slow death knowing it is coming.

If he truly loves and cares about New Mexico he would resign now, not after this session of passing silly laws is over.
I guess

Huntsville, AL

#12 Jan 18, 2012
GoodQuestion wrote:
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Over two years of chemo and still has a full head of hair?
Stage 4 cancer and will remain as Speaker?
I will believe it when I read his obituary
you can't put your irrational political hate aside for even a day?

“US Navy”

Since: Jan 10

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#14 Jan 18, 2012
I don't like the guy or his leadership and policies at all but I don't wish this on anyone, regardless - no how, no way. Dislike is one thing, death is another.

Since: Sep 08

Huntsville, AL

#15 Jan 18, 2012
George wrote:
He's trying to blame "working with asbestos" when he worked for Los Alamos - the guy has not worked since 1976. I hope it's not a money thing.

I doubt your statement "the guy has not worked since 1976" is accurate, but regardless the damage asbestos can take a hell of a long time to appear.

Asbestos is one of the 5 major factors that can cause lung cancer besides the already well-known mesothelioma. In 1924, the first clear case of death due to asbestosis was published in The British Medical Journal. In 1930 Johns-Manville produced a report, for internal company use only, about medical reports of asbestos worker fatalities....Yet using the same tactics as the cigarette companies and climate deniers, it wasn't until 1989 the EPA announces that it will phase out and ban almost all products containing asbestos!
Full timeline of Key Events Related to Asbestos :
http://www.mesorc.com/asbestos-exposure/info/...
whammer jammer

Los Alamos, NM

#16 Jan 18, 2012
Bluntly Spoken wrote:
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Could be a wig but from what I understand about chemo loss of hair is temporary and it grows back after a year or so.
Either way and all dislike of him by others aside it is a sad way to die, a slow death knowing it is coming.
If he truly loves and cares about New Mexico he would resign now, not after this session of passing silly laws is over.
Naw, he should stay on indefinitely, just to annoy you as-hole republicans to no end. Maybe we could put up a statue for him, too, and make it of copper, so it shines right into the Governor's windows, too.

Since: Dec 08

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#18 Jan 18, 2012
whammer jammer wrote:
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Naw, he should stay on indefinitely, just to annoy you as-hole republicans to no end. Maybe we could put up a statue for him, too, and make it of copper, so it shines right into the Governor's windows, too.
What a dumb reply, do you truly believe that old man annoys me, if so you need a head examination.

We have known all along he and his son are part of Pay to Play fat Bills inner group.

I hate to say it but although death happens to all of us and it is not always nice wishing that on anyone he won't be missed that much considering the lack of good things he has done over the years.

Other than lining his pockets and others with greenbacks.

It's more like you Democrats are crying that he won't be around to much longer, oh well what can you say other than hopefully a Republican replaces him.

Now that will truly annoy your donkeys.

“26.2”

Since: Feb 08

Santa Fe, NM

#19 Jan 18, 2012
PlacitasRoy wrote:
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I doubt your statement "the guy has not worked since 1976" is accurate, but regardless the damage asbestos can take a hell of a long time to appear.
Asbestos is one of the 5 major factors that can cause lung cancer besides the already well-known mesothelioma. In 1924, the first clear case of death due to asbestosis was published in The British Medical Journal. In 1930 Johns-Manville produced a report, for internal company use only, about medical reports of asbestos worker fatalities....Yet using the same tactics as the cigarette companies and climate deniers, it wasn't until 1989 the EPA announces that it will phase out and ban almost all products containing asbestos!
Full timeline of Key Events Related to Asbestos :
http://www.mesorc.com/asbestos-exposure/info/...
That is all correct. Both lung cancer and mesothelioma can be caused by asbestos, and can take decades to develop after exposure. Mesothelioma is strongly associated with asbestos exposure while lung cancer has additional major risk factors including smoking and radon.

Stage 4 lung cancer, from whatever cause, is a pretty grim diagnosis. It's time to put the politics aside and show some respect and dignity, as the Governor and many Republican legislators have, for a man who is suffering from a grave illness.
YouNumbNuts

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#20 Jan 19, 2012
GoodQuestion wrote:
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Over two years of chemo and still has a full head of hair?
Stage 4 cancer and will remain as Speaker?
I will believe it when I read his obituary
How can you tell when a member of this Lujan family is lying? Their lips are moving.

I personally know members of this family, including the Sr. & Jr. parasites. They are arrogant, condescending (and believe me they have no reason to be looking down on anyone!), liars and thieves who believe that if anyone is stupid enough to actually believe them or allow them to steal, then the victim gets what's deserved! They are cunning like a fox in a hen house and will take this state and its citizens for as much as they can by hook or by crook.
YouNumbNuts

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#21 Jan 19, 2012
whammer jammer wrote:
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Naw, he should stay on indefinitely, just to annoy you as-hole republicans to no end. Maybe we could put up a statue for him, too, and make it of copper, so it shines right into the Governor's windows, too.
Naw, some dope head or illegal alien or welfare scab would just steal the statue and recycle it down on Broadway. Now, make it out of the crap that these Lujans spout...

Since: Apr 10

Albuquerque, NM

#22 Jan 19, 2012
Sr. & Jr. have raped this state for years. They are encouraged to do so every election. New Mexico voters are stupid and deserve to live in one of, or the most corrupt state in the union.

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