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Brewer names appointments to Pima County Superior court

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  • John Flanagan posted at 1:49 pm on Thu, May 9, 2013.

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    It is so refreshing that Brewer, whom I admire for her guts, faith, and conservative values, has made appointments of individuals who appear to hold conservative credentials. If this were a Democratic governor, we would likely get appointments of card carrying activists, with connections to the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, the abortion lobby, and/or ACORN or SEIU. Throw in a Harvard law school alumnae, trained in leftist political ideals, and you would have the ingredients of a random progressive appointment roster. I pray that conservative Republicans continue to influence Arizona politics, lest the Democrats get into dominance and the appointments begin to look more like the crazy bunch running the courts in places like California and Massachusetts.

     

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