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Soros and Obama vs. Sheriff Joe Arpaio

gungy Wrote: Apr 24, 2012 1:45 PM
The worst sheriff in the country is also in AZ where the best one is. Pima County's Dupnik--yeah the Democrat political hack who went off and blamed the Right and Limbaugh and Palin etc etc etc for Giffor'd shooting (which also killed a conservative Republican judge--but he doesn't count) . And he was re-elected! The man is a disgrace to law enforcement but imagine if a future Republican Admn went after him for the corrupt hack he is--you'd never hear the end of it from the MSM.
Brian1078 Wrote: Apr 24, 2012 8:48 PM
You forgot to mention that Dupnik's Swat team raided a house and killed a decorated Marine Vet in his own home in an early morning raid after the Marine had worked a double shift at a local copper mine. They not only fired over 50 rounds from their M4s at him, they then refused to allow first responder paramedics to even treat the man's wounds for over an hour. Why? Because they were too chicken #$%^ to actually enter the home and clear it. There had been a number of home invasions in the area by people dressed as police, so when the swat team knocked in his door without properly identifying themselves. The Marine grabbed his AR-15. Despite the fact that they found no evidence of wrong doing, they smeared the Marine's character in the press
NyetToTheLeft Wrote: Apr 24, 2012 2:36 PM
You are correct. I feel sorry for Gifford, but come on people, there were multiple deaths that day! Giffords was the LUCKY one!! Why is she the only one ever mentioned?? So that the demoncrats can use it as an issue, that is why.
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