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Do You Think the Joe Arpaio Recall Effort "Should Fail"?

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According to the opinion of the Arizona Republic editorial board, the Sheriff Joe Arpaio recall effort "should fail."

The piss-poor argument used is, "The recall is as much of an abuse of Arizona law as anything Arpaio has done."

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-Arizona Republic Declares Joe Arpaio Recall Effort "Should Fail"

"The election was less than three months ago," the editorial continues. "Arpaio took the oath of office a month ago. No new issues have arisen that weren't thoroughly vetted during the election campaign. There is no reason for another vote."

Never mind the massive dump that same editorial board took on Arpaio in October, do you agree with this new horse shit opinion?

Cast your vote below:


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