Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Hap Connors blames Arizona shootings on the right

...putting him in league with the Daily Kos, Jim Clyburn, Paul Krugman and the idiot sheriff of Pima County.

"If you hear about a mass murder and your first thought is how you can pin it on somebody you disagree with politically, there is something very wrong with you"- Jim Treacher, Daily Caller

"I'd hate to be an apologist right now for Palin, Beck, Limbaugh and anyone who makes a living generating hate and fear. They may not have pulled the trigger, but they helped load the weapon." -Hap Connors, January 10, 2011

Keep in mind, this is the same individual who has called Republicans, "fascists", "trained monkeys", "Shiites", and "crazy", clearly generating as much hate and fear as anyone. This type of name calling and demonizing has no place in our politics, and Hap Connors deserves censure for clearly violating the county code of ethics.

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2 Comments:

At January 11, 2011 at 10:13 AM , Blogger Jgardn50 said...

Mr. Hap Connors needs to be "VOTED" OUT, SENSURED, FIRED, for such hate mongering words as well as Sheriff Dupnik (Tucson, AZ). No one who makes up such lies about an insane person deserves to hold any political office or for that fact--any job. Funny thing is--friends of the gunman say he was a "pot-smoking--far left individual"--what do Hap and Mr. Dupnik have to say about that. We definitely need to "target" Hap's district to "vote him out next election" (to borrow words from Sarah and also from the Democratic political map--words that have always been used in both political camps, that mean just what they have always meant--vote them OUT--run someone against them). Shame on you HAP for such hateful, ignorant lies. Mr. Loughner is INSANE--that's it in a NUTshell (literally).

 
At January 11, 2011 at 11:46 AM , Blogger David said...

We need a list of Connors quotes (with source cites) and get it read into the record at the next BoS meeting.

 

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