I love Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer. I really do. I don’t know where she stands on other issues. Well, I do know that she understands the Second Amendment, but other than that, I honestly don’t know much. My mind has been on other things recently. Nevertheless, I know exactly where she stands on illegal immigration, I know that she’s right, and I know that those who oppose her perspective on the issue are not only wrong, but are making an absolutely terrible case for their own arguments.
For crying out loud, people — the bill is short. It’s gotta be one-tenth of the length of the Communist Manifesto, and I’m pretty certain that many in the Obama administration have read the work by Marx and Engels (so have I, though, so read into that what you will). I mean, it’s something that can be read over the course of a bagel and cup of coffee. But they haven’t.
And making blind assertions about something based on superficialities or hearsay … isn’t that profiling? Couldn’t it be said that the very people so concerned about police officers passing judgment on people in Arizona with little or no cause, reason or provocation are themselves passing judgment on a piece of legislation with little or no cause, reason or provocation?
Jan Brewer is right. She knows she is right, and she knows her opponents are wrong. And I have no problem whatsoever with her and her team rubbing their faces in it. What we’re seeing out of our own Department of Homeland Security, Justice Department and State Department is absurd. I absolutely love the way she’s handling it.