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We're all New Yorkers tonight.

Hang in there Big Apple, we're pulling for you.

Faux "News" begins to blame President Obama for Hurricane Sandy in 3...2...1

Halloween Party tonight to benefit Sedona Pride I have no fabulous costume.

I'm thinking of being a teabagger. I have limited budget and materials.

Ideas please? What shall I put on my misspelled sign?

I want to amuse, not offend.

I'm a short, 50 year old woman whose boobs are a constant war on buttons, if that helps.

Obama Bin Ladin?

Thanks Bob!

We broke Current TV's website

oops

Toby needs a forever home

Hi, I'm Toby and I'm looking for a forever home. I'm one year old, happy, super affectionate, obedient, fixed and have all my shots. I love being outside and have spent the last year actively living on a rescued horse and llama/alpaca ranch. I like a lot of room and wouldn't do well in a small apartment. I know NOT to chase the cats and chickens! I get along well with other dogs, horses and such. I LOVE to go hiking!
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Toby was abandoned by my daughter's ex when he suddenly moved out. She can not afford to stay in the place she is and can not afford any place that would take Toby too. Daughter is a struggling nursing student working two jobs. Are you interested in becoming Toby's new family?

Free delivery anywhere within a days drive of Sedona AZ. Message me for more info.

How can you resist this cuteness?







Breathtaking performance at the Night of Too Many Stars

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Obama leading Robme in Arizona? How did we miss this last week?

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/10/13/poll-presidential-race-close-in-arizona/

President Barack Obama stands at 44% and GOP challenger Mitt Romney has 42% in the Rocky Mountain poll released Saturday. The margin is within the poll's sampling error.

snip

The state's two most populous counties, Maricopa and Pima, came out in support of Obama, while Romney has a lead in the rural counties. Men are evenly split between the two candidates, and the difference between the candidates among women is only three points.

Obama is the heavy favorite among the state's Latinos, who split for him 77% to Romney's 10%.

snip again

The Rocky Mountain poll included 523 registered voters reached by phone between October 4 and 10, entirely after the first presidential debate. The poll has a sampling error of plus or minus 4.4 points.

ATTENTION YAVAPAI COUNTY! Judge Campbell on ballot is a teabagger

She's running unopposed unfortunately.


http://cvbugle.com/main.asp?SectionID=1&SubSectionID=1&ArticleID=30060

On the other hand

Judge Kenton Jones rightfully removed firearms from a wing nut blogger making threats online.

http://www.wnd.com/2011/09/349713/

That's the World Nut Daily whining about it so don't click unless you really need to.

Michael Bluff presided over my divorce three years ago and was quite fair.

Supreme Court Justice John Pelander is a repug and was appointed by Gov Jan "Crypt-keeper" Brewer. "Nuff said.

Superior Court Judge Anna Young by Gov. Brewer too.

Teabaggers ignore the facts. Enjoy your stay.

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Americans_for_Prosperity#Americans_for_Prosperity_and_the_Tea_Party

According to a 2010 article on Koch Industries and the billionaire Koch brothers in The New Yorker, the advocacy wing of Americans for Prosperity organized a July 4th 2010 weekend summit called Defending the American Dream in Austin, TX. Five hundred people attended the summit, which The New Yorker said served, in part, as a training session for Tea Party activists in Texas. An advertisement cast the event as a populist uprising against vested corporate power: “Today, the voices of average Americans are being drowned out by lobbyists and special interests. But you can do something about it” without making any mention of its corporate funders. The White House has expressed frustration that such sponsors have largely eluded public notice - David Axelrod, President Obama’s senior adviser, said, “What they don’t say is that, in part, this is a grassroots citizens’ movement brought to you by a bunch of oil billionaires.”

Reports indicate that the Tea Party Movement benefits from millions of dollars from conservative foundations that are derived from wealthy U.S. families and their business interests. Is appears that money to organize and implement the Movement is flowing primarily through two conservative groups: Americans for Prosperity and FreedomWorks.

In an April 9, 2009 article on ThinkProgress.org, Lee Fang reports that the principal organizers of Tea Party events are Americans for Prosperity and Freedom Works, which it described as two "lobbyist-run think tanks" that are "well funded" and that provide the logistics and organizing for the Tea Party movement from coast to coast. Media Matters reported that David Koch of Koch Industries was a co-founder of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE). David Koch was chairman of the board of directors of CSE. CSE received substantial funding from David Koch of Koch Industries, which is the largest privately-held energy company in the country, and the conservative Koch Family Foundations, which make substantial annual donations to conservative think tanks, advocacy groups, etc. Media Matters reported that the Koch family has given more than $12 million to CSE (predecessor of FreedomWorks) between 1985 and 2002.
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