We were peaceful and would have been willing to listen to her point of view if she had expressed it in a calm, intelligent manner.
Yes, March 21, 2010, was the date that the final nail was nailed into the American coffin.
...through Disney parks, I think we can get our I-20 users to their destinations quickly and safely, too. It would be a start. Let's fix this problem. We don't need foreign oil. We need American brains and guts. Arlene Candy, Martinez
...piece of legislation, you need to. You will find, if you read between the lines, that there is very little in this bill that will help our children, but a lot that will help perpetuate state and local bureaucracy. Arlene Candy, Augusta
...the person who did this did so without authorization and broke the rules of both the state and local chapters. ... Arlene Candy, Augusta (Editor's note: The writer is co-chair of the Christian Coalition of Greater Augusta.)
...possibility of abortion due to incest, rape or to save the life of the mother. Unless Dr. Webster has had a change of heart, those of us who heard his position last time will not be supporting him this time either. Arlene Candy, Martinez
...They look at us and laugh and mock us, especially when we have the audacity to demand that they behave in ways that we don't. It has been said, "Those who refuse to learn by history are doomed to repeat it." Arlene Candy, Martinez
...Who in Washington, D.C., is going to vote to cut their own lifestyles and political power? So we must cut it for them. That is why the people waited and recapturing the people's government is their mission. Arlene Candy Martinez
...economy will adapt. It will take time and it will be painful -- change always is -- but we will come out a stronger nation and a better people. Aren't we worth it? Aren't our children and grandchildren worth it? Arlene Candy Martinez
...It is not the poor that do the most giving to charities. It is the wealthy. Without the wealthy (of which I am not one) this country would not survive. Remember Mr. Silhouette's story when you cast your vote. Arlene Candy, Martinez