Skip to comments.“Respect Arizona” Wants to Remove Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Posted on 02/01/2013 4:57:13 PM PST by moonshinner_09
A bipartisan group in Arizona will try to oust controversial Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in a recall election.
We believe he has not done justice. Sheriff Arpaio has not taken responsibility for his acts, he has done a lot of harm to the Hispanic community, the county has paid millions of dollars in lawsuits filed against him, Randy Parraz, a member of Respect Arizona that is pushing the recall effort, told Efe.
Arpaio, 80, was first elected in 1992 and since then has been reelected six times.
Nonetheless, his popularity has tumbled among voters in the county, which includes Phoenix, and in last Novembers elections had a very close win over Democrat Paul Penzone with 51 percent of the vote, his lowest-ever margin of victory.
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Any group billing itself as bipartisan never is. It’s the usual bunch of lefties.
We need freeper from all over to fight this
and I know we will step up
The Sheriff's opponent, Penzone, had such rinos as grant woods and rick romley supporting him. Penzone is a dem, who failed to reveal that he is in favor of illegal aliens.
I know how these so-called bipartisan’s work. A few of the leftists’ fellow travelers “fall on the sword” and re-register republican. Problem solved for them; proceed with the pravda.
Yeah. He beat the second place loser who had 44% by over 80,000 votes. Sorry Shifty. Joe ain't going anywhere.
THEY will not be happy until EVERY dissenting voice is silenced.
The purges by neo-Marxist will not end until all true Americans are eliminated, and replaced by the followers of dear leader.
Fortunately, I have already escaped from the USSA.
Randy Parraz is an attorney, community organizer, and executive director of the National Voter Rights Education Project. As a leader of the AFL-CIO, he spent many years advocating on behalf of workers and their families. From church based organizing in East Dallas, to national coalition building on behalf of 20,000 strawberry workers in the fields of California, to coordinating the mobilization of thousands of Canadians across the border from Vancouver to Seattle in protest against the WTO, to spearheading support for the Immigrant Worker Freedom Ride in Arizona, Randy has experience with many different methods of social change. He is the founder of both the Student Institute for Social Change and the Latino Youth Leadership Institute. A graduate of UC Berkeley, Randy earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and a J.D. at Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law.
PUSH BACK! Maricopa County Board of Supervisors 01/11/2012 Meeting!
For those of you who did not hear about it on the news, there were about 100 Arizona Tea Party members who attended the Monday, January 9, meeting at the Arizona Capitol. Radical leftist Randy Parraz attended with only 17 of his band of Open Borders crowd, handing out resolutions to recall Sheriff Joe Arpaio. The news reported on Parrazs group of activists. Nothing has been reported so far about the 100 Tea Party members who were there to support the Conservative Legislature.
bipartisan == libtards, rinos and fake “independents”
Randy Parraz entered the US Senate race to replace John McCain on April 26th, the Monday after SB1070 was passed on Friday, April 23rd. As a labor organizer, Parraz has a history of working against injustice aimed at working class communities, from establishing the National Strawberry Commission for Workers Rights for strawberry pickers struggling to form a union in the fields of California. Now, with the passage of SB1070, which McCain supported, and with no strong voice fighting against this racist legislation from the Democratic nominees, Parraz decided that if no one else was going to stand up for our community, then he would.
Who is Randy Parraz?
The quick answer to this question is that Parraz is the real deal, a civil and labor rights activist who has a proven record of fighting for our community.
After completing his undergraduate work at UC Berkeley, Randy went to get his law degree from one of the most prestigious law schools in the nation, the Boalt Hall School of Law at Berkeley. As if this wasnât enough, Randy then attended and graduated from the nation’s top school, Harvard University, with a Masters degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
It was at Harvard that Randy Parraz first met Cesar Chavez, and little did he know how much his future work would continue what Chavez had started. Even though a world of wealth awaited somone with such a distinguished educational background, with degrees from both Berkeley and Harvard, Randy decided to use his knowledge to fight for justice for the hardworking American. In this role Randy was able to literally continue on the work that Cesar Chavez had begun even after Chavez’s death. He was able to join beside Dolores Huerta and fight for the strawberry worker’s campaign to form a union.
Randy’s work with labor unions would bring him to Arizona as the Arizona State Director for the National AFL-CIO. During this time, Randy, in partnership with the Arizona AFL-CIO, helped initiate and launch a process that lead to the first major restructuring of the labor movement in decades.
Dang straight we will! Thanks again,
Never forget the name of the Somos “Republicans”.
Seems like the Mehhhhhicccccans don’t like him.
Seems like the Mehhhhhicccccans don’t like him.
Bipartisan? Communists AND Democrats?
You beat me to it.
I have a degree of gratitude to liberals that I have developed over the years. I can read an article, and within the first sentence. often within the first few words, I can almost always summarize the article and see exactly the point they are going to make.
They have saved me so much time over the years...
With liberals, all you really have to do is listen. If you listen long enough, they will tell you exactly what they are thinking. No guesswork involved.
On a related issue, you can tell WHAT they have done simply by watching them project their behavior on others.
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