This from Jim Small of the Arizona Capitol Times: The ethics trial was suddenly halted this afternoon when [Sen. Scott] Bundgaard resigned while the panel was on a lunch recess.
Tag Archives: Scott Bundgaard
I missed this when it was released, but a friend posted it on Facebook. Check out this list of “Friends of the Family” put out by the Arizona Family Project, a group that purports to advance and advocate “pro-family” policies. You notice who made the list? Scott Bundgaard. Judging from the list, all you need […]
I’ve been reading a lot of things here on the left side of Blogistan celebrating last week’s defeat of this year’s raft of anti-immigrant legislation. I’m not celebrating just yet. A quick perusal of the votes against these bills shows that Republican leadership set up for a vote to reconsider when they saw the vote […]
For those of you wondering why Senate Majority Leader Scott Bundgaard missed so many floor votes yesterday, it’s because he was taking a polygraph test. According to his attorney, he “aced” it. Of course, he “aced” a test so unreliable that private employers are banned from using it in most workplace investigations. Still unresolved is […]
Now, Scott Bundgaard is claiming that Aubry Ballard pulled a gun on him. Okay, but you’d think that a fact like this would have made the police report, especially given that one of the witnesses was an off duty officer. Unless… The Phoenix Police Department is obviously part of the Grand Liberal Conspiracy that has […]
Note to conservative activists: when celebrating the apparent victory of Scott Bundgaard, Charlie Sheen references are a really bad idea. In other news, ethics committee chairman Ron Gould (who I give a lot of stick to, but has been right on this one) hinted to the Capitol Times that he might be removed before he […]
Republican Senators are in closed caucus regarding Scott Bundgaard. An oft-retweeted missive from Arizona Central reports lots of gesturing. UPDATE: He’s staying on as majority leader. What is wrong with you people?
Another defense of Scott Bundgaard appeared for a short time on Saturday over at Sonoran Alliance. To the credit of Sonoran Alliance editor Shane Wikfors, the post was taken down. Still, the anonymous post reveals a lot about the mindset and tactics of Bundgaard’s defenders. Kenny Jacobs got a screen capture of the post and […]
Russell Pearce on Scott Bundgaard, as quoted in the Arizona Republic: I know what is going on. I think he is a victim of this whole thing. I feel bad for him. He certainly has paid the price.
Scott Bundgaard wants his privacy so bad that he keeps going on the radio and trashing his ex-girlfriend. That whole “right to remain silent” ain’t only a right, it’s also a recomendation. It would be easier for the public to give the man the benefit of the doubt if we had time to do so […]