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Soros and Obama vs. Sheriff Joe Arpaio

dcooper Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 10:34 PM
Dear Sheriff Joe Please post all information on all politicians and judges that have been either cowards or have taken steps to attack you, so that the voters will be able to take that list to the voting boths. P.S. vote the bums out.
Diogenes8 Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 2:02 PM
The actions of Thomas and Arpaio against the Board of Supervisors, judges and others have cost county taxpayers at least $10.6 million, mostly in legal bills, according to a Republic analysis. A legal settlement reportedly imminent with Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox, who was targeted by some of their activities, could raise that figure by $1 million, The Republic has learned.

The disciplinary panel ruled that harsh punishment was fitting because the former prosecutors together pressed unwarranted criminal charges, obtained indictments, filed a federal racketeering lawsuit and initiated investigations against Thomas and Arpaio's political enemies from 2006 to 2010, when Thomas resigned as county attorney to run for state attorney general.
For many, the term "sheriff" conjures up images of the Old West. A few may consider a sheriff to have some form of outdated and obsolete political office. But for me and countless other patriots across our nation, a sheriff is the epitome of good and necessary county law enforcement.

As documented on the Durham County, N.C., website, the position of sheriff originated in England more than 1,000 years ago, known then as a shire-reeve, who was "the steward of the King's estates, guardian of the peace, judge and jury of the Shire County (county court) and was the local agent of...