‘A bumper crop of psycho-talkers’by Pamela Powers Hannley on Oct. 12, 2010, under 2010 elections, Arizona, Arizona Legislature, Congress, Democratic Party, Ed Schultz, Gabrielle Giffords, Jan Brewer, Jesse Kelly, Raul Grijalva, Republican Party, Tea Party, Terry Goddard, Tucson
“We have a bumper crop of psycho-talkers running for office this year,” says Ed Schultz, lefty radio and TV personality.
You got that right, Ed, especially here in the “meth lab of democracy.”
- Jesse “no-social-security” Kelly (US House of Representatives)
- Ruth ”Sarah-likes-me” McClung (US House of Representatives)
- John “which-way-should-I-flip-flop-today?” McCain (US Senate)
- Jan “beheadings!” Brewer (Arizona Governor)
- Tom “what-SEC-violation” Horne (Arizona Attorney General)
- John “who-needs-public-education” Huppenthal (Public Istruction)
- Greg “privatize-this” Krino (Arizona Legislature)
- Russel “yikes-brown-people” Pearce (Arizona Legislature)
Please consider voting for sane candidates in November. “Sitting this one out” because your tweaked some issue is a seriously bad idea– unless, of course, you don’t care about Social Security, minimum wage, a healthcare safety net, or public education.
If you do care about these important programs, show the big money right-wingers that voters have the power in Arizona– not out-of-state $$$. Vote Goddard for governor, Deschene for Secretary of State, Rotellini for Attorney General, Cherny for Treasurer and Giffords and Grijalva for Congress. And last but not least– probably one of the most important races– Kotterman for Public Instruction– if you want to save public education in our state.