My fellow Arizonians, and to all who want good government everywhere, I bring you these words:

It has taken awhile, probably too long now, but I would like to run for Governor of Arizona.

After talking to the Democratic Party of Arizona they suggested I run as a Republican.
After talking to the Republican Party they hinted I should run as an Independent.
They both said that an unknown with NO political experience has absolutely no chance of winning a major nomination for their respective parties let alone the election.

Everyone who has been old enough to vote for the last 10-years knows that running as an Independent may be desirable but not practical.
Only one of the two major parties are ever going to hold an important office such as Governor of Arizona.
What does this say about our political system?

Both parties, Democrat and Republican, have all ready secretly hand picked their crony for the election, and there not going to let some voter like you and I get in the way.

The entire election process is corrupted.
The people no longer have any faith in career politicians, and why should they.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
I know I need to get started ASAP.

I can do one thing if elected Governor, bring jobs to Arizona and put people to work.

Please share your thoughts with me.


Only in Arizona, probably not, but I live here...

The so-called brain trust here known as ADOT (Arizona Department of Transportation) loves to shut down major freeways on holiday weekends, like Easter, to pave roads. The problem is they usually shut them all down, leaving almost no major freeway accessible for use and forcing people onto the streets and side roads. What a bunch of freaking idiots!
Then everyone wants to know why the consumer isn't out spending money .... it's because they can't get anywhere you morons!
Oh, and here's the kicker to the taxpayer, ADOT workers get paid triple time cause it's a holiday.
And, the state wants too know why its in debt.

I am reasonably certain a monkey is the director of ADOT!


More from the former Arizona Governor, Janet Napolitano

This dip wad Liberal, as you probably know was appointed by President Obama as Homeland Security Director. She has no qualifications for that job other than she's a Liberal and kisses Obama's butt.
As governor of Arizona she couldn't stop the flow of Illegals into Arizona and made little effort to do so.
Now as Homeland Security Director her answer is add 50 new enforcement agents. That's like trying to empty the Pacific Ocean with a coffee cup.
In addition, this anti-American, Pro Illegal Immigration nitwit has insulted our America Troops by saying (paraphrased), 'Troops coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan should be put on a potential Domestic Terrorist Watch List, because they could become easy targets for right wing radical conservative elements.' If that's not Stalin and Communism I don't know what is!
I want to know why Congress has NOT called for her immediate resignation and if she refuses force Obama to fire her.
She has disgraced every American fighting man and woman.


Mexican Drug Wars have arrived in Arizona

You remember when I spoke of the former Arizona Governor, Janet Napolitano (Democrat) and the new Governor Jan Brewer (Republican), we also have another idiot named Phil Gordon, Mayor of Phoenix.
First Napolitano says we don't have a border problem, this is the moron that President Obama made Homeland Security Director. The new Arizona Governor, Jan Brewer says we need to do something so her answer to every frigging thing is raise taxes. Then you got Phil Gordon,. Mayor of Phoenix who supports these Illegal Aliens right to be here and thinks this is a problem Mexico should solve.
Phoenix has become the kidnapping capital of the United States and is second in the world only to Mexico City Mexico.
Add to this a huge increase in drug traffic, and home invasions.
If you don't own a gun don't come to Arizona.

AP, Reuters, CNN, Fox News reports - here's the story:
U.S. rattled as Mexico drug war bleeds over border.....
PHOENIX Arizona – Hit men dressed in fake police tactical gear burst into a home in Phoenix, rake it with gunfire and execute a man.
Armed kidnappers snatch victims from cars and even a local shopping mall across the Phoenix valley for ransom, turning the sun-baked city into the "kidnap capital" of the United States.
Violence of this kind is common in Mexico where drug cartel abductions and executions are a daily feature of a raging drug war that claimed 6,000 lives south of the border last year.
But U.S. authorities now fear that violent crime is beginning to bleed over the porous Mexico border and take hold here.
"The fight in Mexico is about domination of the smuggling corridors and those corridors don't stop at the border," Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard said.
Execution style murders, violent home invasions, and a spiraling kidnap rate in Phoenix where police reported an average of one abduction a day last year linked to Mexican crime are not the only examples along the border.
In southern California, police have investigated cases of Americans abducted by armed groups tied to the Tijuana drug trade. One involved a businesswoman and her teenage daughter snatched in San Diego last year and held to ransom south of the border.
In south Texas, a live hand grenade traced back to a Mexican cartel stash was tossed onto the pool table of a bar frequented by off-duty police officers in January. The pin was left in it and the assailant fled.
Mexican traffickers have always been violent, but the death toll has soared since President Felipe Calderon took office in late 2006 and sent tens of thousands of troops to fight the country's powerful cocaine cartels.
Soldiers have fought pitched battles with drug gangs in several Mexican towns and overwhelmed police officers have fled municipal forces the length of the border. In many cases, police officers have been paid off by the drug gangs or even joined them.
In a sign of an increasingly desperate struggle to rein in the violence, Calderon this week ordered 5,000 more troops and federal police to Ciudad Juarez, just across the border from El Paso, Texas.
The cartels have killed 250 people in Ciudad Juarez in the past month, forced the police chief to resign, and shut down the airport with bomb threats.
The struggle by outgunned Mexican authorities to contain the violence was highlighted for Arizona state police last November, when Mexican police officers pinned down in a raging gun battle in Nogales, Sonora, reached out to them with an urgent request for more bullets.
While U.S. authorities stress they have not seen anything like the kind of street battles and horrific beheadings that are now common in Mexico, they are already taking action to curb was has become known as "overspill".
Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he wants 1,000 troops to guard the border. The state's Attorney General Greg Abbott is backing legislation to crack down on money laundering and human, drug and weapons trafficking through the state by the warring Gulf and Sinaloa cartels.
Lawmakers in Arizona heard testimony on border violence last week from police and prosecutors, who are seeking more robust measures to seize smugglers' assets, as well as cracking down harder on gunrunning to Mexico.
Washington has stepped up support for Calderon, pledging to give Mexico helicopters, surveillance aircraft, inspection equipment and police training under a $1.4 billion plan to beat the cartels in Mexico and Central America.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano a former Arizona governor told a Congressional hearing last week she was focused on curbing the southbound traffic in guns that are being used to arm the violent cartels.
In a measure of that commitment, a Phoenix gun dealer goes on trial next week on charges he sold hundreds of weapons, including AK-47 assault rifles, to smugglers knowing they would send them to a powerful cartel in Sinaloa state on Mexico's Pacific coast.
As the spiraling drug violence shakes Mexican cities and towns along the U.S. border, U.S. Senate lawmakers announced last week they would hold two hearings to assess the ability of U.S. security forces to deal with the rise in crime on the U.S. side.
Senator Joseph Lieberman, chairman of the homeland security governmental affairs committee, said the panel would assess border security programs already in place and review whether federal, state and local authorities are ready to respond to any serious spillover of the Mexican drugs war.
For the sheriff of Hidalgo County, in south Texas, where the live grenade was thrown into a bar in Pharr, possibly by street gang members armed by a Mexican cartel, that renewed attention to the war on his doorstep can only be welcome.
"It's the first time we've had a hand grenade attack," Guadalupe Trevino told Reuters. "I believe there's more out there that we need to find."


Driving in Phoenix Arizona versus elsewhere

Things to know if you plan on driving anywhere in the "Valley of the Sun" :
1. You must first learn to pronounce the city name, it is: FEE-NICKS. There are other names to learn such as Ahwatukee (Ah-wa-Too-Kee) but that will be included in the advanced course.

2. The morning rush hour is from 5:00 am to noon. The evening rush hour is from noon to 7:00 pm. Friday's rush hour starts on Thursday morning.

3. The minimum acceptable speed on most freeways is 85 mph. On Loop 101, your speed is expected to at least match the highway number. Anything less is considered 'Wussy Pussy'.

4. Forget the traffic rules you learned elsewhere. Phoenix Arizona has its own version of traffic rules. For example, cars/trucks with the loudest muffler go first at a four-way stop; the trucks with the biggest tires go second. However, Scottsdale, SUV-driving, cell phone-talking moms ALWAYS have the right of way.

5. If you actually stop at a yellow light, you will be rear ended, cussed out, and possibly shot.

6. Never honk at anyone. Ever. Seriously. It's another offense that can get you shot.

7. Road construction is permanent and continuous in Phoenix Arizona. Detour barrels are moved around for your entertainment pleasure during the middle of the night to make the next day's driving a bit more exciting.

8. Watch carefully for road hazards such as drunks, illegals, skunks, dogs, barrels, cones, cows, horses, cats, mattresses, shredded tires, squirrels, rabbits, crows, vultures, pigeons, javelinas (wild Arizona pigs), tarantulas (giant spiders), roadrunners, rattlesnakes, and the coyotes feeding on any of these dead items.

9. Maricopa Freeway, Papago Freeway and the 'I-10' are the same road. SR202 is the same road as The Red Mountain FWY. Dunlap and Olive are the same street too. Jefferson becomes Washington, but they are not the same street. SR 101 is also the Pima FWY...except west of I-17, which is also The Black Canyon FWY...which is also The Veterans Memorial HWY. Frank Lloyd Wright is the same as Bell Road execpt in Scottsdale where all the arrogant dead beat wannabee rich shits live. Lastly, Thunderbird Rd. becomes Cactus Road. but, Cactus Rd. doesn't become Thunderbird Rd. because it dead ends at a mountain.

10. If someone actually has their turn signal on, wave them to the shoulder to let them know it has been accidentally activated.

11. If you are in the left lane and only driving 70 in a 55-65 mph zone, you are considered a road hazard and will be flipped off accordingly. If you return the flip, you'll be shot.

12. For summer driving, it is advisable to wear potholders on your hands.


Is This What You Want for Your Child's Education?

We have become a nation of lazy cowards. That's right, we are so worried about being politically correct we allow Illegals to enter our country and make endless demands on our government causing a financial crisis and a severe burden to U.S. Citizens, who pay for this lunacy with their hard earned tax dollars.
Below is an actual school in the Phoenix Valley (Arizona) who has succumbed to the demands of Illegal Mexicans.
I say enough is enough, I am tired of hearing about we have to live with these leeches on society and that the problem is too overwhelming, we can't deport them!
How do you know since we have never tried?


Greedy Inept Arizona Utility Companies

Where I live in Phoenix, I am forced to use APS (Arizona Public Service) for my Electric Power Company.

Yesterday I went in to pay my bill and APS got rid of the 'Payment Only Line' and installed those looped rope style waiting lines instead.
This causes people who simply want to get in and out fast by paying their utility bill to wait in line for people with problems or issues. Many of these are Non Speaking English Illegals.
Why in hell should I have to wait in line to give someone money?
Why are these greedy asshole utility companies even hooking electric power and other types of service (gas, water, sewer, trash, cable, telephone, etc.) to homes and apartments with Illegals?
It comes down to pure greed by these utility companies and their monopoly on services.

Utility companies of all kinds should have to compete for your service !!!
This would reduce the cost to the consumer, and improve customer service.

My husband, Mr. NO Patience, is gonna inquire today about me running for politics in Arizona. I am thinking of running for Governor. I have no experience but I do have common sense and no political ties.
I can't wait to come home from work today and hear what he was told, nothing good I bet.


Photo Radar

If you're just moving to Arizona, or visiting, or maybe been away for awhile, welcome.
YES, welcome to Arizona's Photo Radar System, a convenient way to raise large sums of revenue by inept politicians who spend money faster than they take it in.


Arizona Adoption Laws were ceated by Liberal Ne'er-do-wells

This is a subject that has been on my mind and has pissed me off for many years.

I cannot speak for other states, but in Arizona if you want to adopt a child you have to go classes run by a bunch of idiot psychobabble morons to inform you how to raise your child.
We wanted to adopt a child, even after explaining that we have children, the state said, 'We don't care, attend the school or you are not qualified as parents.'
The state's adoption bureau information office told us if we weren't happy then go adopt a child from overseas, because even if we adopted from another location inside the United States we would still half to abide by Arizona laws.

Again, you have to just say - WTF !!

We decided against adoption, so some little girl somewhere didn't get a home because of the idiotic bureaucracy and stupid Arizona Adoption Laws.
Why you ask - well we were quite offended when told that we had no knowledge on how to raise a child even though we have done so successfully, that we should adopt from some third world shit-hole country, and who the hell has the time to attend some stupid classes.
You have to wonder, how many children in Arizona or the United States for that matter don't get adopted because of the government?
In case you are asking yourself, why didn't we go to a private or non profit adoption agency, because they are subject to the same laws.
What's worse, we wanted a little girl and were willing to take a child from 5 to 10 years old. Most parents want infants. Older children are harder to place, but the state doesn't give a crap as long as they get what they want!

If I ever run for office I am going for the BIG ONE, governor, and there are so many things I'd like to change, starting with doing business in the government using common sense!


Arizona Spends Taxpayer Money Like it Grows on Trees.

City of Phoenix Arizona City Hall - If the lights were off in one building from 6pm - 6am, and all weekend, Maricopa County could save $222,000.

Amid financial crisis, the government in Arizona could save hundreds of thousands of dollars if officials turned off building lights at night. But many of the lights just burn all night long.
In a recent address to the nation, President Barack Obama said, “Our government now pays the highest energy bills in the world.”
How high? The November electricity bill for Phoenix City Hall (and two surrounding buildings) totaled almost $122,000.
The state, the county and the city all face massive shortfalls, yet lights are being left on overnight.
We checked two dozen government buildings, at each hour throughout the night, for a week-long period.
There were signs of some savings. We saw the lights at the Sandra Day O’Connor Federal Courthouse in Phoenix go off at 10 p.m.
For all other building that were lit less than 50-percent of the night, we considered them off too.
But the ABC15 Investigators found the lights on consistently at 15 buildings, including the Arizona Attorney General's Office, the Maricopa County Central Courthouse, the Arizona Capitol Museum, the Arizona State Land Department building and the Arizona Department of Health Services building.
Doctor George Basile with ASU's School of Sustainability said he isn’t sure why the lights are on.
“Let's not make this rocket science," he said. "When you don't need lights on then turn them off. Put in a better bulb, start thinking about it.”
Cleaning crews likely aren't to blame here. The lights were on all night at the Arizona Department of Education, even though the cleaning crew left by 9 p.m.
At the Calvin C. Goode Municipal Building, we found the same thing. At 1:30 a.m., we watched as the cleaning crew left, yet the building was still fully lit.
State records show their cleaning is done by 1 a.m., the county finishes up cleaning by 1:30 a.m. and the city cleaning is done at 2 a.m.
So how much money could be saved with the flick of a switch?
We used the Maricopa County Central Courthouse as an example. The county told us the square footage and the type of bulbs they use.
Then, ASU's energy experts did the math.
If the lights were off from 6 p.m. - 6 a.m., and all weekend, the county could save about $18,500 per month.
Multiply that by 12 months, and you get $222,000 for one building.
Include all 15 buildings, and the savings is substantial.
Last month, then Governor Janet Napolitano asked that lights be turned off overnight in state buildings.
Following her request, we went back to check and found many buildings still lit up including the Arizona Department of Revenue, the very department collecting money for state needs.
But our investigation may now be getting some results.
Late last week, a spokesperson for the state said, "The new administration issued a directive... night maintenance will turn off lights when possible. Thanks for pointing it out.”
The City of Phoenix also said it has an Energy Management Program and they have reduced usage recently.
A spokesperson for Maricopa County said they share ABC15's concerns and contracted with APS for an audit of all facilities.

My Comments:
1/ Democrat Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, another do nothing politician is complaining his city doesn't have money but he and city council sure know how to spend it. Like most of the Mayors in America, both Democrat and Republican, they have their hand out and are looking for President Obama to bail them out of their financial crisis. That means we the people, we the taxpayers, but who is going to pay for this later down the road... We The People, We the Taxpayers, that's who!
2/ I am sure other cities have their share of debt and irresponsible politicians as well.
3/ The more of this I see, the closer I get to running for office.


You-Tube: Litter Cleanup

Next time someone talks about 'Illegal Aliens' in the United States, tell them to watch this video clip of what they bring to Arizona.


More About Arizona:

When you think things can't get anymore stupid, they do.
I went to get a pair of prescription glasses. This is the same place I had my original glasses made, which weren't cheap.
I was informed since it was more than one year, by Arizona law, I couldn't get a new pair of glasses.
I didn't need a new prescription my glasses work fine. In fact all I wanted was an upgrade to my standard glasses with the same frame. Like scratch proof lens, change color according to the exterior or interior light, etc.
Still, the same bullshit story.
Then my husband intervenes and says, 'Ok, I will send a letter to our lawyer stating that you refused to issue a new pair of glasses and if my wife is in any kind of accident you will be held liable and responsible.'
Suddenly they have a whole new approach and I get my glasses.

We both just shook our heads as we walked out.
What the hell kind of political nightmare is this bull crap?
What moron legislates what we wear, what we eat, when we see a doctor, and if we don't comply to these silly ass rules, we are denied our rights!

This is a perfect example of runaway government where powerful lobbyist rule and the common person pays for it and takes it up the butt.

Yeah, and you want to move to Arizona.


In case you haven't been keeping up with current events:

Before reading this, keep in mind, I am woman myself.

Janet Napolitano, Homeland Security Director

Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano was confirmed Tuesday, January 20, 2009, by the U.S. Senate as Homeland Security Secretary in Barack Obama’s administration.
Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of The United States the same day.
Napolitano will leave the state post as Arizona Secretary of State Jan Brewer, another woman, is sworn in as governor today, Wednesday, at the Arizona State Capital.
Janet Napolitano is a Democrat.
Jan Brewer is a Republican.
Brewer inherits a tough job with the state facing huge deficits.
In fact from my last posting Arizona went from a 600 Million dollar debt to over One Billion Dollars. Somebody's been in the cookie jar.
Estimates say this could be a combined $4.5 billion budget deficit for the current and next fiscal years.

Think the Republicans are any better, well John McCain, we all know who he is, and the other idiot Republican Senator from Arizona John Kyl praised Janet Napolitano at the Senate confirmation hearings.

Janet Napolitano as Homeland Security Director:
Keep in mind Arizona has the worst Illegal immigration problem in country. This was worsened to heights while Napolitano was governor. In addition, while she was governor the drug and human smuggling business increased and got more violent. Add to this the gang problems on both sides of the border worsened, which she did nothing to stop.
Napolitano fully endorses the use of Photo Radar Cameras and other cameras for monitoring traffic, both vehicle and human.
Napolitano puts in some of the dumbest public servants and then backs them for state elected offices, an example is Elaine Richardson former Arizona Real Estate Commissioner and now a state senator.
Sixty Percent of all criminals in any state or local prison in Arizona are illegal.
So you think Obama surrounds himself by good people – you better think again.

Janet Napolitano as Governor of Arizona:
She created the fiasco of 600 million dollar boondoggle on giving tax incentives for green vehicles that were suppose to run on propane conversion but there were so many loopholes in the legislation it got used for everything by every con artist there were to wipe out any good and the state had to pick up the tab.
Her don't ask don't look don't tell policy on illegal immigration allowed millions of illegals into the USA. Many settled here in Arizona and engulfed our social services, welfare, and educational systems into bankruptcy. The new governor isn't any better. The Republicans swamped by big business lobbyist to not enforce any illegal alien enforcement because they wanted cheap labor has now bankrupt the state. We are California in every-way.
We have high pollution and smog and it's getting worse.
We have high property taxes and getting higher.
We have high auto and homeowner insurance rates and there going up.
We have a high sales tax and they want to increase that.
The police now concentrate on issuing tickets using Photo Radar and any other method to pay off the deficit.
Arizona is a right to work state and they have a public record of telling unions they are not welcomed here.
Social Services will have to be severely reduced according to the new Governor, Jan Brewer. Planned positions for fire, police, and emergency services have all ready been eliminated.
Arizona now has the highest mortgage foreclosure rate in the nation.
Not convinced, well our electric rates went up an average of 19% in one year fully endorsed by both the democrats and republicans.

Jan Brewer, Republican, the new Governor of Arizona

So do you still want to move to Arizona?

On a personal note:
My husband has suggested I run for politics. I am an Asian and they say Asians are coming into their own in politics, whatever the hell that means.
Does anyone think this is a good idea?
I have no experience but then neither does a fifth grader and anyone of them could do better than politicians from Arizona.