It appears some people think everything is a game.
In Arizona politics, it appears that Legislative District 6 is a preferred arena for game playing.
Tony Bouie began his adult life as a “game” player. His athletic skills allowed him to make hundreds of thousands of dollars playing a game. Recently, however, he has begun to play another game. It is called gaming the system.
Just months ago Bouie said he was measuring life in terms of months, while at the same time as he was laying out a game plan for a whole new career.
First and foremost, Bouie decided to game the voters by running for the legislature as a Republican when he has lived his entire life as a Democrat. His advisors, members of the pro-illegal hiring business community, convinced him to switch his party because the demographics of the district highly favored Republicans.
Bouie, a former pro-football player, is trying to feed at the trough by gaming the government procurement system, by receiving preferential consideration over other more qualified small businesses.
Everyone knows you can’t play a game alone. If you are a rookie you need experienced role models to provide instruction. Bouie has surrounded himself with professional game players.
One of Bouie’s major endorsers, Vernon Parker, is under investigation for allegedly gaming the government by making false claims in order to acquire a lucrative contract.
Bouie’s major contributors believe in gaming our state and federal laws by hiring illegal aliens in order to increase their personal profit margins.
Bouie’s major fundraiser host is now trying to game the people of Arizona with an initiative that will destroy our new laws mandating workplace enforcement for those who intentionally hire illegals.
And now, it appears that there are assertions that Bouie was gaming the compassionate residents of Anthem.
Mr. Bouie, life is not a game. It is time you stop playing others for fools by this sordid gaming of the voters of LD 6. Running for the state legislature is serious business, not just another playground.
The game is over.