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    Posted July 28, 2014 by
    xkater
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    Mesa, Arizona

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    Election Signs in Mesa, AZ

     

    The sign in this picture is visible in East Mesa at intersections. The background is that Dough Little is running for the Corporation Commission, which is not a partizan job, but he happens to be a Republican and other Republicans don't seem to like him, because he stands for additional taxing of solar business. My objection to this sign has nothing to do with the above, although I would not want to see the solar industry taxed more than others.

     

    What is disturbing, is that Republicans found a way to disrespect and to make a stupid statement about the President of the United States. Barack Obama does not run for office, certainly not in Mesa Arizona, LOL, and the taxes the Democrats want to raise have to do with those who don't pay their fair share. Plus they placed his hands up, as if he did not care what anyone thinks.
    This ridiculous sign caught my eyes. What sort of imbecils are doing this? What is that under the nose, I am not sure. Someone may have added that in.

     

    I give credit to my granddaughter for the picture she took.

     

    Note: At the bottom, if you enlarge the pic, you will see that an organization named TUSK is responsible and name and phone number is given, Mike Scerbo, 602 615 6523.

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