We didn’t choose a side. We’re not taking a position. We don’t believe one side or another is right or wrong in the Clean Elections Commission’s attempting to resolve the jurisdictional issue with GRRC. But in the meantime, I’m stuck with this statute.
The SB1487 bell has been rung only three times: Somerton, Tucson, and Snowflake. And in two of these cases, the situation resolved itself at the local level.
That blurry line is entirely the cause of our muddled jurisprudence over the past two-thirds of a century.
It basically means that any of these guys could have been anointed, and they didn’t think the president was serious or they didn’t take him at his word.
I really hope that I’m not appointing an axe murderer, but we don’t have the time to find that out.
When you’re driving, I want you to see if you can read those stickers. I did it. I couldn’t read any of them.
I don’t think her people can take staples off faster than my people or Jan Brewer’s or anyone else’s.
I need very comfortable confirmation that she is doing this. And then I have a decision to make. It wouldn’t be an automatic ‘no.’
I’m this close to having all observers leave.
On the face of it, it seemed like the right thing to do at the time. In hindsight, it was an epic mistake.
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