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Preemptive strike

Barber’s campaign this morning jumped on comments made by Martha McSally about being approached to run for several offices, calling it “politics at its worst.”

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  1. “Politics at its worst”??? HELLO? Barber should take a look in to his own SOUL…as Director of Giffords’ campaign, he could have possibly prevented the mass killing and shooting on Jan. 8th had he and his staff paid attention to Loughner’s e-mails to Giffords and reported him to the FBI. Instead, they all just brushed them off and we know the results. “Politics at it’s worse”…some nerve.

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