"Hi, Jacquie! Please forgive my previous email, written when I thought you to be Arnie Rosner's widow! :-) Doh.
If you have no objection, I would appreciate having your direct email address, to facilitate the start of our getting to know…"
I basically have no on site groups as my groups are in a grocery store in little Sties idaho . computers are ok but cell phones are left at home. we have participation with the city council and the sheriff and even the county.
When the act of freedom of choice and decisions are administered by all a certain feeling of comradship evolves and like a tree it grows from a seedling into its natural self watered by the discussions like the tree of freedom which Thomas jefferson spokeof which needed to be fed by both the blood of patriots as well as tyrants.
We are the trees and we are the water. We are that which this world was built for. Even though we may lose sight of the Devine origin He does not lose sight of us. thankyou for that water.
So, what do you good folk suggest best be done with Dupnik? He is obviously a very popular fellow, and a majority of Pima County voters seem to be quire happy with him. Are the politics of Tucson so different from those of Phoenix?
Not completely incidentally, I wonder on what criteria Joe Arpaio seems to get a pass, and he had a chance to arrest obama and passed it up. Did that lapse of duty amount to treasonous misprision? Arpaio, Zullo, et al. did a great job ... continue to do so, I guess ... but Sheriffs have powers in their jurisdictions that supersede those of federal-government employees, unless I have my facts wrong. I think that is the main thrust of Sheriff Richard Mack's message, isn't it?
Not incidentally, Sheriff Mack said he'd like Clarence Dupnik's job. I wish they'd both join this Group! This might even get interesting. ;-)
I understand that you are in Gila Co., and I thank you for clarifying that, Donald. But you're welcome to join the Group and participate in the discussion. Good ideas and help can come from any quarter. :-)