Sheriff Joe Arpaio officially announc...

Sheriff Joe Arpaio officially announces run for re-election

There are 3013 comments on the KTAR story from Jan 5, 2012, titled Sheriff Joe Arpaio officially announces run for re-election. In it, KTAR reports that:

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio shows his badge as he holds a ceremony where 92 of his immigration jail officers, who lost their federal power to check whether inmates are in the county illegally, turn in their credentials after federal officials pulled the Sheriff's office immigration enforcement powers Wednesday, Dec.

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#22 Jan 8, 2012
no to Joe wrote:
That pink panty wearing nazi is an embarrassment to Maricopa County
You left out "crotchless"

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

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#23 Jan 8, 2012
barefoot2626 wrote:
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You left out "crotchless"
How true, anybody who doesn't support Sheriff Joe quest to protect American citizens must be "crotchless" wusses. Our current administration is a prime example of being comprised of many who are lacking testicular fortitude.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

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#24 Jan 8, 2012
s/b: Sheriff Joe's quest.

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#25 Jan 8, 2012
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>How true, anybody who doesn't support Sheriff Joe quest to protect American citizens must be "crotchless" wusses.
Check the carport: UPS dropped off your shipment of panties yesterday. It's on the hood of your Prius.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

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#26 Jan 8, 2012
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Check the carport: UPS dropped off your shipment of panties yesterday. It's on the hood of your Prius.
Wrong, your crsytal ball lied to you. I have a two-car garage in which there is no Prius, and the only delivery I got was computer-related. Tsk, tsk.

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#27 Jan 8, 2012
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong, your crsytal ball l
Your ear rings are crystal, darling: next time you and your boyfriend have a fight, throw him in his face and demand to see the receipt.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

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#28 Jan 8, 2012
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Your ear rings are crystal, darling: next time you and your boyfriend have a fight, throw him in his face and demand to see the receipt.
Dang, you ARE so silly...I have a husband, and why would I throw "him" in his face? Actually what the heck sense does that make? Go read a book, or take a walk and let some fresh air get to your brain. You are polluting these threads with nonsense.

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#29 Jan 8, 2012
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Dang, you ARE so silly...I have a husband, and why would I throw "him" in his face?
Right... no wife has ever thrown a fit...

HAHAHAAHAH!

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#30 Jan 8, 2012
teddyr4me wrote:
Wrong, your crsytal
PS: Let me know if you want to play the grammar / spelling / obvious mistype game.

Myself: I think it is a waste of time - since there is not a single person in this forum that hasn't muffed something- but I'll play.
Randy Rodriquez

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#31 Jan 8, 2012
SAM wrote:
This Sherrif is a politician attempting to gain attention so he can get a higher paying job from the citizens he is sworn to protect and serve.As soon as there is evidence of the torturing of an innocent inmate,he should be prosecuted and then imprisoned in his own jail.
You have AZ confused with the tax slave camp that the union owned politicians who run as "democrats" have made of CA. Az doens't pay $800,000 per year (salary, benefits, and pensions? for every year worked to law enforcement personnel like UnionCrat politicians forced the tax slaves in CA to pay.

Of course, AZ isn't a pathetic joke of a Blue State. Az citizens don't have a civic death wish like Californians.
After all, citizens in the Red States have their children's futures to consider.

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#32 Jan 8, 2012
Randy Rodriquez wrote:
Az doens't pay $800,000 per year (salary, benefits, and pensions? for every year worked to law enforcement personnel like UnionCrat politicians forced the tax slaves in CA to pay.
Neither does California- but don't let actual facts stand in the way of your rants.

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#33 Jan 8, 2012
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Right... no wife has ever thrown a fit...
HAHAHAAHAH!
Who said that? I honestly can say that I NEVER threw anything at him. That's so silly.

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#34 Jan 8, 2012
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PS: Let me know if you want to play the grammar / spelling / obvious mistype game.
Myself: I think it is a waste of time - since there is not a single person in this forum that hasn't muffed something- but I'll play.
Proving THAT is what YOU like to do, play with people. Sorry, I am through with you and your antagonistic behavior and posts...you have become a parody of yourself. Ta ta.

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#35 Jan 8, 2012
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The trend to allow abuse of prisoners is comming to an end.Frustration over the political failure has allowed some sadistic law enforcement employees to be ignored to send a warning to hard core criminals that they will be tortured if caught.The problem with this idea is that inmates with non violent offenses are included.Crimes such as alimony,DWI,jay walking,traffic violations,and false domestic violence charges as well as hidden camera tickets.These violations do not make a hardened criminal,yet after being mistreated by such sadistic methods,one can see they would seek revenge. I believe it would be justified.We are not a Nazi nation yet and should not try to copy Hitler's methods even though they are occaisionly effective on murderers and child abusers.Today there are more innocent people in jail than ever in the history of our nation.Here in Ohio a young man was recently released after being imprisoned for over 20 years on a false rape charge.He spent his entire young life in prison for a crime he couldn't have possibly committed.He wasn't even in the state when the crime was committed.Our justic system has become imcompetent and reckless sending more and more innocents to prison.The DNA tests have caused thousands of inmates to be declared innocent which proves the system is convicting innocent citizens on a regular basis.People who torture should be screened out and criminal charges must be put against them so they can see these practices from behind bars.Including this demented Sherrif.
Off of your meds again? Liberal loons like you give the democratic party a bad name and that is hard to do after they voted to put Obama in office.

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#36 Jan 8, 2012
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Who said that? I honestly can say that I NEVER threw anything at him. That's so silly.
RIGHT...

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#37 Jan 8, 2012
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Proving THAT is what YOU like to do, play with people.
Sweetie: you are the one who was picking at something I mistyped.

I was letting you slide.
Cat74

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#38 Jan 8, 2012
We traveled through the South, and wWest last fall, and you would be surprised. The midwest is filled with gloomy people. The west is looking forward to the pipeline and all the jobs it will create, and all the businesses it will save. So many people who really want to work have gone to Texas.
Kevin

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#39 Jan 8, 2012
Ya pelosi is the politician who screwed over Arizona more then anyone else by telling federal cops not to arrest illegals for years.She did this to only further her political career much like obama at the expense of the will and rights of all citizens.How is this a democracy when they consistently and openly break the law that the nations votes for. Obama has no right to play act as supreme court justice and decide what americans should enforce and shouldn't.
Cat74

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#40 Jan 8, 2012
I shall get my checkbook, and write the Sheriff a check to help with his re election. I hope he does run for higher office soon, but in the meantime we need him to clean the cesspool that is illegal alien camps.
Randy Rodriquez

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#41 Jan 8, 2012
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Neither does California- but don't let actual facts stand in the way of your rants.
FACTS? LAPD chief is paid $450,000........he retires with 90% of the average of his last three years salary......combine the two amounts and he makes over $800,000 per 30 "working year" coupled with 30 retirment years.

Relax. AZ citizens aren't sadistic enough to elect Unioncrats who would leave that bone crushing burden to THEIR children. Only Californians would allow that to happen to their kids.

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