Arthur Hurrat 
Member since Aug 30, 2017


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Re: “Our choice for Rochester mayor: Lovely Warren

Once again we have a campaign where the name-recognition of an on-air personality is being substituted for experience. We saw it with Maggie Brooks. We saw it with Rich Funke (Most disastrously, we saw it with Donald Trump.) And now were seeing it with Rachel Barnhart.

And to make matters worse, rather than starting at the bottom of the political ladder and learning the ropes by first running for, and getting elected to, a town board or city council seat, in each case these candidates have used their name-recognition to jump the line and argue that their "life experience" should be accepted as a substitute for hands-on experience. Sadly, in Rochester and Monroe County at least (Trump excepted, thank god!) , the electorate tends to buy that bushwa.

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Posted by Arthur Hurrat on 08/31/2017 at 7:37 AM

Re: “Collins takes shotgun approach to gun laws

It should not be overlooked that, in the immediate aftermath of the June shooting of a congressman and others practicing for a baseball game, Collins rushed to the media (i.e. the evil liberal mainstream media) loudly denouncing Democrats as being responsible for the shooting because of their opposition to the policies and personality of our Tweeter-in-Chief, Donald Trump. Additionally, in a political red meat announcement, Collins also announced he would start regularly carrying a firearm for "protection". Apparently Collins was acting in response to the NeoCon pledge to take back America. In this case taking us back to Antebellum days when armed Congressmen strode the halls of the US Capitol looking for an opportunity to prove how macho they were.

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Posted by Arthur Hurrat on 08/30/2017 at 7:22 AM

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