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“Jan Brewer has the cojones…” – Sarah Palin

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From Michelle Malkin

“Jan Brewer has the cojones that our president does not have,” [Palin] said. “If our own president will not enforce our federal law, more power to Jan Brewer.” (3:35 in video below)

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  1. SPO101 permalink
    08/02/2010 2:45 PM

    I want AZ Governor Jan Brewer to show papers to prove she’s a human being. I think it was FOX that did a show on extraterrestrials that live among us, and Governor Brewer does resemble some alien from a B Movie, “Invasion of the Brain Snatchers”, right? I’ve have my suspicions about people like Jan Brewer, Mitch McConnell and Karl Rove because of their lack of human qualities.

    As far as the immigration issue goes… Republicans never made a big deal about immigration enforcement during Bush/Cheney but NOW all conservative hell is breaking loose… even though the Obama Administration is deporting MORE illegal’s than Bush ever did. Maybe we should adopt Ronald Wilson Reagan’s immigration policy (look it up morons)

    And funny how I didn’t hear NOT ONE WORD on the Cable News about AZ Gov. Jan Brewer’s connection with the Corrections Corp of America. Not to mention I could stop this immigration problem with one thing… ARREST ALL THOSE conservative business people WHO ARE HIRING THE ILLEGAL WORKERS! Republican Party = Hypocrisy

    On 7-28-10 I was watching Republicans on Morning Joe (MSNBC) preach about being ADULTS when it comes to our economic meltdown. I say BS! The real ADULTS are trying to demand accountability from those who got us in this financial mess. Republicans want to shift the burden of responsibility on
    American working class, teachers, poor people, unions and immigrants.

    I wonder if the spoiled Silver Spoons on Morning Joe knew how much they hurt Democrats, Progressives, Liberals when they didn’t challenge NJ Gov. Christie. NOW all over the internet the Conservative wacko groupies are swooning all over Christie like he was a rock star. Of course, because of these Republican low grade thought processes, the right wing monkeys now consider American working class, teachers, poor people, unions and immigrants the biggest threat to our economy

    What kind of Americans are stupid enough to believe that decent wages, decent working conditions, enforcing again regulation, reforming our broken financial system and broken healthcare are BAD THINGS! Especially letting all those tax breaks for the rich expire (ten years is enough!) so the rich can again pay their fair share. When the Republicans were running things they started two wars they did not want to finish, set us up for financial system failure and took tax dollars away from grade schools to give BP tax breaks/subsidies (Corporate Welfare). DON’T BELIEVE ME, you rightwing numbskulls, CHECK IT OUT FOR YOURSELVES!

  2. Ben permalink
    08/02/2010 3:58 PM

    Obviously, since you never saw Republicans outraged by Bush’s attempts at amnesty while watching Olbermann and getting riled up at those “evil right-wing corporate fat cats” (nevermind the fact that Wall Street donates overwhelmingly to democrats), anyone who is remotely conservative MUST have been complacent with Bush’s immigration policy, and should therefore not be afforded the right to protest Obama’s suing of Arizona over a law that merely mirrors the immigration law on the federal books? Right, makes total sense.

    You’re right, we really shouldn’t expect our government to enforce immigration laws, right? Afterall, I mean, its the President’s job to pick and choose which laws he enforces, right? What do we silly racist bigoted conservatives know about the rule of law?

    Wait, wait, wait…you think the “Republicans” on MSNBC are REAL??? LOL you really don’t have a clue, do you? Just like that Tea Party infiltrator (the miraculous singular racist found at a tea party among the hundreds of thousands of tea party attendees), MSNBC plants these “Republicans” on their programs as fodder for their liberal commentators to tear apart. They set up decoys, and then blow them away in what amounts to collective libelous propaganda.

    If I believed you were actually concerned about illegal immigration, I’d suggest you protest San Francisco and all the other sanctuary cities that protect all those “evil republican business owners” that hire illegals. However, I believe you’re one of these people who have been worked up and riled up about “human rights” and other moral imperatives that you’re more concerned with making sure illegals get a “fair shake” than enforcing laws. Yes, that’s right, its against the law to jump the border.

    Unions are, actually, a threat to our economy…when you combine them with Clinton’s NAFTA and TARP and the government buyout of GM. Then, you throw in SEIU beating up conservatives for speaking out against The One. When unions inflate the value of a job to the point that it becomes cheaper to outsource that job overseas and ship those goods from the other side of the planet, then yes, unions are a serious threat to this economy. Instead of being allowed to file for bankruptcy where they could have nullified and revised their contract with the UAW, GM was chopped up and given to the unions, and the shareholders (to whom GM was ultimately responsible) got screwed.

    Of course, we need the government to mandate a livable wage, right? We need the government to determine the minimum terms of employment, otherwise, we run the risk of EVERYONE LIVING IN POVERTY OHHH MY GODDDDD THE HUMANITY. Newsflash: minimum wage hurts the poor, inflates wages and prices across the board, and boosts unemployment. If you were a history buff, you’d be familiar with the Coolidge-era minimum-wage-less 1920s where unemployment hit the record low of 1.8%. Of course, the Federal Reserve and FDR put a swift and nearly-permanent (if it hadn’t been for natural causes and the post-war boom) stop to the roaring twenties. No, I do not believe in the saintly depiction of FDR.

    Healthcare was broken because 30% of it was controlled by the government. The untouched private sector healthcare was working just fine before Nancy Pelosi got her grubby little hands all over it. Oh, and they also took over the student loan industry. What did that have to do with healthcare?

    And since when is healthcare, a service rendered by someone else, a right? Saying that healthcare is a right is basically saying that each of us has a right to have someone else do work for us (or pay for work to be done for us) for free. That’s slavery. The 13th amendment abolished slavery. Not that I expect you to be bothered with knowing the constitution. You’re a liberal…you’re exempt from reading all that boring, outdated drivel, right?

    But please, do continue getting people riled up, “hungry, tough, and ready for ACTION”…just like the Obama endorsement “kiss of death”, it only serves my cause when you talk/write/speak.


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