Please replace the current text with Essay: Joe Arpaio, a fiscal conservative's perspective. This essay version does not include material copied from Wikipedia, follows the traditional organization of biogrpahies, makes clear as does the prior version that the DOJ Civil Rights investigation was started under George W. Bush, not Obama, and make clear that in accepting the pardon, Arpaio admitted his guilt. It also includes an item about Arpaio's real estate investments. Thanks, JDano (talk) 11:28, 11 September 2017 (EDT)
- First, both the ACLU and the SPLC are left-wing; there is nothing right or even noble about what they do, so we're not going to go there. Second, did Arpaio target Hispanics, or did he target illegals? One is mascarading as the other, despite what the liberals say. Third, what were the actual charges brought against him, which ones were dropped and why, and which ones were he convicted of? If his crime was inmates being forced to wear pink underwear, well, they shouldn't have committed the crime in the first place.
- Forth, there's not going to be an edit war here. There's not going to be the pushing of a liberal bias at all; there's not going to be so much as a citing of Wikipedia, let alone a copy of anything from it. Karajou (talk) 14:37, 11 September 2017 (EDT)
- And besides, JDano, since when did "fiscal conservatives" consider these leftist organizations to be nonpartisan and fair? You're either confusing "fiscal conservatism" for Leftism and soft-on-crime policies, or you're using this as a guise to add leftist content and still be able to call it "conservative." Even real fiscal conservatives have spending priorities, where they might want spending increases. The key is to spend less in less important areas so you can spend more in the essential areas. --1990'sguy (talk) 16:28, 12 September 2017 (EDT)