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    "some of Arpaio's posse have criminal records "with arrests for assault, drug possession, domestic violence, sex crimes against children, disorderly conduct, impersonating an officer - and the list goes on." - What could possibly go wrong?
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    50% percent of all Federal Prison inmates are illegal aliens. It tells a lot .
    The Congress should protect the interests of Americans, not illegals .
    If you against any kind of Amnesty, go to this website and register.
    Google this: NUMBERSUSA .
    Once you are registered, go to the "action board" to send free faxes to your state representative .
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    A lot depends on, on those who have a record, when they were arrested. If they have a sexual crime they should not be in the posse... I'm retired Army and I served with some guys who had criminal records and these guys all did their duty very well.
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    And so the pretend cop is going to guard against attacks by people who get all turned on by watching Under Siege movies. #ironyisdead
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    He is a deputy in lousianna where he lives. I feel that quilifes him better that the Hollywood idiots they call quilifed to testifies to congress.
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    @scotta - He's a reserve deputy; no qualifications required. I stand by my comment. What does any of this have to do with Hollywood idiots testifying before congress?
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    @Denizen_Kate the congress call all thoes idiots to testifie on things like global warming gun control. Steven is as qualified to teach as the idiots from Hollywood .
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    It is a Sheriff's job to protect his/her territory, not bend to political correctness. I applaud him for taking a pro-active approach. He is after all residing over territory with some of if not the highest incidence of illegal alien/drug smuggling activity.
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    "presiding over territory with some of if not the highest incidence of illegal alien/drug smuggling activity." You understand, don't you, that you've highlighted two big reasons why he shouldn't be playing Sheriff' Joe's Posse with Steve and the boys and ought to be directing that energy toward not having the highest incidence of alien drug smuggling in the nation? Or are they bringing it across the border hidden in juice boxes and Justin Bieber lunchboxes now?
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    @rkinsawjoe and what happened when he started arresting these criminals? You had Geraldo Rivera waging a holy crusade against his crimes against humanity, both him and every other open boarders advocate in the country. I understand what you are saying, believe me. The schools should be high on his list of priorities? Or does that just apply to blue states? If protecting the border is his highest priority perhaps the feds could work with him rather than against him? Just a thought.
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    His job is to enforce the law, not inflict schools with armed civilians whose actions may place enormous legal liability on the Sheriff's office should one of these "posse" members injure or kill a law-abiding citizen.

    Time for Joe to retire.
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    @DARSB True, you don't need a bunch of cowboys causing problems when a Hispanic guy comes to pick up his kids. Don't need another Newtown either. Ban the guns, don't think so they are already illegal 20 miles away in Mexico all the good that has done. I disagree about the retirement part just because of this. Didn't the DOJ sue Arizona for enforcing immigration laws under the notion that it was the Fed's job? Someone has to enforce the laws. Seems better to do it on the front lines rather than wait for them to commit a felony. Not all Hispanics are felonious bastards, I am personally good friends with two guys that finally admitted they were illegal. what are you gonna do? their kids give me hugs everytime I see them. On a personal basis it's a tough sell to send them back once they have married and have kids. Nationwide it's bad for the country. I say stop them before they can grow roots.
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    @Calfkiller You and I agree more often than not. In this case, it's that I disapprove of Sherriff Joe's media-whoring more than anything else.
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    "have criminal records "with arrests for assault, drug possession, domestic violence, sex crimes against children, disorderly conduct, impersonating an officer"

    why on earth is he using politicians?
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    Well there you have it. A guy who was sued for having sex slaves and forcing them to have sex with him and his wife and who can't act a lick is now an expert on protecting schools. Can a duet with Ted Nugent be far behind. Joe on Drums. Call it the three Stooges in Concert.
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    @Denizen_Kate Well what difference does it make? Nugent is a hack and Segal is so fat he's crush a drum throne. I mean you can't have 3 stooges without a third stooge.
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    @stepped_in_it Call it what you want but it's not plumber jokes. Segal couldn't get his big head under the sink and the rest of him would crack your imported kitchen tile.
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    Now that is funny......an actor whose accuracy (and he wasn't firing real rounds) was by special effects training real life sheriffs and deputies. Sounds like a conservitive wet dream!
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    The schools need to get their attorneys working to stop this; the sheriff doesn't have the authority to post guards without permission. I also think local police should be checking out these idiots for warrants or sex offender status. If they can't do it, then homeland security should get involved.
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    I doubt Seagal's qualification. There are real schools working on courses right now. It's a specialized training. I would like to see the FBI's HRC teams input on it. I discussed this with a Principal Saturday. She agreed she wants properly trained people in her school. She thinks it's impossible to completely prevent someone from doing it but believes that armed guards are the best way to reduce the risk.
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    Seagal has real law enforcement experience and he is a good shot. I'd really worry about vetting the posse members though, or anyone taking on the responsabilty to begin with.
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    I like the proactive approach, but the right answer is not 'posses', or more cops, or security guards. the right approach is to allow anyone who is properly trained and can legally carry a gun to do so in schools as well as everywhere else. a handful of lawful concealed carriers simply going about their business teaching or adminstrating would be a very effective response force, as well as a deterrent, since the killer could no longer count on a defenseless-victim zone (sometimes incorrectly called a 'gun-free zone').
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