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JOHN BRUMMETT: Primary curiosities May 22, 2018 at 2:17 p.m.

Moz you dumb coal shoveling fool. When we talk about the debt under Trump, the point being made is the fake concern Republicans had about it during Obama. I know I have to spell some things out in crayon for you, but this one should have been a no-brainer. Are you really that ignorant?

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JOHN BRUMMETT: Primary curiosities May 22, 2018 at 1:59 p.m.

LRCrook, actually we’ll just play back all the fake concern of Republicans over the debt followed by the CBO projections of Trump’s budget on the debt.
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Pack there are only a few I would label that way and you seem to fit the bill.

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Texas churches meet, mourn; U.S. debate over how to curb school shootings heats up May 22, 2018 at 1:30 p.m.

PM, nice. Wasn’t expecting that from you, but well played.

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Texas churches meet, mourn; U.S. debate over how to curb school shootings heats up May 22, 2018 at 11:46 a.m.

Pack really? How many resource officers do you actually know? In TX (yea, I refer to it because that's where Santa Fe is), the resource officer in the school is a peace officer. Are you telling me a teacher gets the same training as a peace officer? I'm guessing some of my friends who ARE resource officers in TX would take offense to that dumba** statement you just made. I know this will be yet ANOTHER statement you'll backtrack on.
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With regards to the PP comment, sure and while we're at it why not lump in captial punishment and wars with it. Why not go so far as to include starvation and homelessness. No, you made a pretty broad brush that really diminishes the loss the parents of these young people experience to attempt to score some political points.
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Regarding the blitz of comments from GM, no it shows someone who literally trolls these boards with meaningless rants. That's what it shows. It shows someone who really doesn't have anything better to do with their day.
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BTW, "Please note I attempted to engage you in a civil manner ..." ROTFLMAO. You haven't been "civil" in a long time, just snide and arrogant. It's your MO.

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JOHN BRUMMETT: Primary curiosities May 22, 2018 at 11:34 a.m.

I know the dumba**es of Pack and moz like to think CA-12 runs the country from a Democratic perspective, but that's far from the truth. Some things to consider, rising national debt, actual amount of tax cut for average Americans, rising gas prices, flat unemployment numbers, the hits just keep coming. Only the weak minded right-wingers live in the past. Most are moving to the future. I know that's hard for folks like Pack and moz to comprehend, much less analyze.
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Trust me, Pelosi means nothing to us now and hasn't in a LONG time.

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Turnout climbs for early voting across Arkansas; ID law draws few complaints May 22, 2018 at 11:14 a.m.

WDD I believe the fix to this is the Top Two primary system that has been catching on in a few states. It allows voters to pick the most rational of ALL the candidates instead of trusting a few to pick the candidates. It also seems to increase voter turnout at the primary and helps find those broad-based candidates that appeal to a larger section of voters. The problem is that party leaders hate the concept since it reduces the identification of party.

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JOHN BRUMMETT: Primary curiosities May 22, 2018 at 6:34 a.m.

Agree with your selection, John. While not in the district, I'd add Noland because of his experience in policy making. To truly hold ground in a conservative AR legislature, you need a policy nerd which Noland is. I've seen it work in Austin when the TX House tipped to a supermajority with the likes of four amazing policy nerds from across TX, one in budget, one in parliamentary procedure, and two in legislative policy intricacies. Those four held lines against some pretty BSC legislation proposed by right-wing representatives.
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AR needs those same kind of folks to avoid complete insanity in the House. Noland definitely has the experience for that, as well as the strong interest in his district.

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Turnout climbs for early voting across Arkansas; ID law draws few complaints May 22, 2018 at 6:19 a.m.

While this seems like good news, it's stil pretty abysmal. I looked at my former county in TX, Bexar County, and they experienced turnout of 8.9% in early voting with 1.1M voters. The problem is that the primary election sets the stage for the general in November, which means a small number of voters picks who voters get to choose in November. I really wish AR would switch to a Top Two primary system, but that's a pipe dream.

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Texas churches meet, mourn; U.S. debate over how to curb school shootings heats up May 22, 2018 at 6:08 a.m.

Pack you are so freakin' dumb, it's scary. You have a REALLY hard time reading comments and comprehending them. Admit it. Trying to weasel out of your own just shows your ignorance. A) Never said I advocate gun-free, but made a general statement that gun nuts like you will prevent it. There is a difference if you look at the sentence, but why do I even hold up hope you'll grasp it. B) I have never advocated against resource officers (key point) having guns. FYI, it's pretty common place in TX and has been for decades, especially in major cities. They are employed by the district and are trained peace officers. So, in what altered universe did you EVER see me advocate against them? I did say I don't support TEACHERS being armed. The fact you can't seem to separate those two concepts further shows your ignorance.
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Regardless, you keep losing this debate because you flounder on positions. You tried to wiggle out of the PP comment by some obscure discussion on the sanctity of life. When faced with facts about TX and FL, you make the cop out statement of "it takes time." How much freakin' time will it take? All the while, young lives are cut short becuase you have a fetish for guns.
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Fake you are just as bad at jumping topics with the AIDS comment. Looking at the time of the comment, it must have been a pretty serious bender you were on yesterday. At least I hope you don't drive during those and stayed holed up in that trailer. 3 comments all in the span of 9 minutes.

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Arkansas candidates make final pitches before primary May 21, 2018 at 6:23 p.m.

Still believe Tucker is the best of the field to represent ALL of the 2nd, not just the Heights and Fair Park (Gwen Combs) or a bunch of techies from Silicon Valley (Paul Spencer). Tucker will also provide the best matchup against Hill in November, giving independents more of a choice than a Trump rubber stamper.

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