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Mills’ ‘misstatement’ on employer sanctions raising eyebrows (access required)

Misstatement or not, Republican gubernatorial hopeful Buz Mills left some questioning his anti-illegal immigration credentials when he spoke out against Arizona's employer sanctions law at a recent candidate forum.

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  1. So Buz is already flip-flopping…more to come from the amateur. He loves to tout his “businessman” credentials too, another sign he hasn’t been here long enough to remember our last two Republican “businessmen” governors, Mecham amd Symington, both were indicted. Can Buz join that illustrious group?

  2. Hmm… he made so many speeches he forgot to tailor-make his speech to the crowd? If you’re standing on the truth, then you have one face and one platform that you present to all. Your problem should be saying the same thing so many times that you get bored, rather than figuring out how to present the right face to the right person.

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