Sheriff Paul Babeu:
Is a Republican Congressional candidate.
Is associated with the Romney campaign.
Is said to have dated a Mexican immigrant.
Is accused of threatening to deport said immigrant.
Is anti-illegal immigration.
Is gay. 

Contradiction much?
I wonder what his stance on DOMA is…

Couple Arrested For Abandoning Baby to Play Pokémon GO

Brent Daley, 27, and Brianna Daley, 25, of San Tan Valley, Arizona are facing charges of child endangerment and child neglect after bailing on their 2-year-old baby to play Pokémon GO.

According to their statements, Brent and Brianna left their son alone for 90-minutes alone until a neighbor called the police after witnessing the child wandering around outside without any parents. The toddler was barefoot and only wearing a diaper.

Police found a way to contact the father once inside the house. The Pokémaster Dad reportedly said “whatever” and hung up when told his son was found abandoned, according to  the sheriff’s office.

“The couple admitted they were away from the residence for up to 90 minutes playing the Pokémon Go smartphone game. They said they were driving around San Tan Valley, stopping at parks and other places to interact with the game,” said Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu. “Our agency and many other law-enforcement agencies have been warning people about personal safety while playing this interactive smartphone game, but we never would have imagined that parents would abandon a child to play Pokémon Go.”


Why??? Why champion a party that essentially hates you? Let’s, for a moment, put aside the fact that the GOP pursues horrendous, inhumane, and patently unjust policies.  

Each of these people strongly advocate for a party that openly hates and discriminates against women, lgbt, marriage equality, immigrants, and black people/minorities. However, as you can see, they are women, lgbt, black, or immigrants (or children thereof) themselves.

I just don’t get it. It shouldn’t vex me so much, and yet…

Finally - after his texting pics to other men and posting them on gay websites became public, Babeu comes out, but denies allegations

Arizona GOP congressional candidate Paul Babeu acknowledged Saturday he is gay but forcefully denied charges he threatened an ex-lover with deportation after their relationship soured.

“All of the allegations are false except one, I am gay,” Babeu said.

The nationally renown Pinal County Sheriff called a news conference to address the explosive story by The Phoenix New Times that he pressured a man only identified as “Jose” into signing an agreement to conceal their relationship or face deportation. The piece, posted late Friday, also includes text messages Babeu exchanged with the man and pictures he posted on online gay websites.