tonybock:

BREWER RELEASES COPY OF LETTER SHE HANDED TO OBAMA
“In a sudden about-face, Gov. Jan Brewer on Thursday evening made public a copy of the letter she handed President Barack Obama during their high-profile encounter a day earlier that dominated national news, the blogosphere and water-cooler conversation,” reports The Arizona Republic.
Dear Mr. “President” (LOL) (*SIGH!*) (UGH),
As you can see by the Red, White and Blue crayon this letter was written with, I HEART this country, BIG TIME!!! As someone actually born here I can understand why it’s more difficult for a foreigner like you to truly appreciate all the neat, amazing stuff this land offers. I know the demands of your office are great. You’ve surely been very busy consulting with Chavez and Achmenidijad, helping Kim Jong U.N. learn the ropes, studying Europe for good socialist ideas, apologizing to EVERYONE all over the freakin’ place, putting people on food stamps, putting people on welfare and reading your “holy” koran. I get you don’t have the time to notice that down here in Arizona there’s a freakin’ butt ton of Mexicans doing the salsa right over the border into MY country! It’s ridiculous, man! I know you’ve probably never read that Constitution as you’ve put it through the oval office paper shredder, but there’s a big part in there about “EVERYONE’S CREATED EQUAL BY GOD (except for the Mexicans - KEEP ‘EM OUT OF HERE!)” That’s a direct quote. So, since you ain’t gonna be doing anything about it, I will. YOU ARE EVIL AND ARE DESTROYING THIS NATION! 
Cordially yours,
Jan 

Pretty much summarizes this picture and that woman

tonybock:

BREWER RELEASES COPY OF LETTER SHE HANDED TO OBAMA

“In a sudden about-face, Gov. Jan Brewer on Thursday evening made public a copy of the letter she handed President Barack Obama during their high-profile encounter a day earlier that dominated national news, the blogosphere and water-cooler conversation,” reports The Arizona Republic.

Dear Mr. “President” (LOL) (*SIGH!*) (UGH),

As you can see by the Red, White and Blue crayon this letter was written with, I HEART this country, BIG TIME!!! As someone actually born here I can understand why it’s more difficult for a foreigner like you to truly appreciate all the neat, amazing stuff this land offers. I know the demands of your office are great. You’ve surely been very busy consulting with Chavez and Achmenidijad, helping Kim Jong U.N. learn the ropes, studying Europe for good socialist ideas, apologizing to EVERYONE all over the freakin’ place, putting people on food stamps, putting people on welfare and reading your “holy” koran. I get you don’t have the time to notice that down here in Arizona there’s a freakin’ butt ton of Mexicans doing the salsa right over the border into MY country! It’s ridiculous, man! I know you’ve probably never read that Constitution as you’ve put it through the oval office paper shredder, but there’s a big part in there about “EVERYONE’S CREATED EQUAL BY GOD (except for the Mexicans - KEEP ‘EM OUT OF HERE!)” That’s a direct quote. So, since you ain’t gonna be doing anything about it, I will. YOU ARE EVIL AND ARE DESTROYING THIS NATION! 

Cordially yours,

Jan 

Pretty much summarizes this picture and that woman

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The least that any governor owes any president is respect.

It’s more than that. The least any PERSON owes any other person is respect.

Imagine what Republicans would have said if what occured at the Mesa airport between Gov. Jan Brewer and President Barack Obama had taken place between Gov. Janet Napolitano and President George W. Bush.

Can you imagine the explosions of rhetoric from our U.S. Senators and our Republicans in the House if there was a photograph of Napolitano wagging a finger at Bush?

The condemnation would have been overwhelming.

And justified.

The governor wasn’t at the airport greeting the president on behalf of herself. She was there representing ALL of us. Right, left and middle. Young and old. Men and women.

A simple “Welcome to Arizona, let me know if there’s anything we can do for you,” would have sufficed.

A lecture, an argument, a confrontation of any kind shows disrespect for the office. Not just for the person who holds it.

The governor should be embarrassed.

We all might have different views on politics. But we know good manners, and bad ones, when we see them.

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Arizona Republic columnist EJ MONTINI, regarding governor Jan Brewer’s disgraceful, impolitic behavior toward the President yesterday.

Yep.

(via inothernews)