Obama:Stay out of Arizona

January/26/2012 16:23PM
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You come to Arizona to campaign and insult our governor. A governor who has fixed all the damage your incompetent Secretary of Homeland Security broke using your progressive liberal policies as governor.

You come here to take credit for jobs Governor Brewer created. You have a real talent for blaming others when things go wrong and to take credit for the work of others.

Arizona is happy with our governor and how she is running this state. Maricopa County is happy with Sheriff Joe and your attacks on him are no more welcome than your attack on our governor.

I don’t see you getting in Chris Christie’s face. He criticizes you publicly, not in a book. You’ve got a lot to criticize with your track record. Getting off a plane and telling your host governor you object to what she wrote in a book about you is far from presidential.  But, it does confirm the narcissistic nature of your personality. Like Nixon, is there an enemies list?

You stepped in it big time on your big visit to swing Arizona your way in November. Don’t waste your time coming back. Spend more time in Illinois. They run that state the way you try to run my country. And, Illinois will soon be broke.

Help Illinois. Arizona is doing fine without you. Bobby Knight can recommend a good anger management program for you.

Jan Brewer, Obama Face Off Over Book, Immigration Issues

Obama Jan Brewer

The Huffington Post
First Posted: 01/25/2012  6:50 pm Updated: 01/25/2012  7:22 pm

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer traded words with President Obama after she greeted him at a Phoenix airport Wednesday.

Brewer and Obama “spoke intensely for a few minutes” after he landed at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, according to a White House pool report. At one point, the GOP governor shook her finger at the president.

“He was a little disturbed about my book,” Brewer told a reporter after the incident, referring to her political memoir, “Scorpions for Breakfast.” In the book, Brewer depicted Obama as “patronizing” during an earlier meeting.

“I said to him that I have all the respect in the world for the office of the president,” Brewer said. “The book is what the book is. I asked him if he read the book. He said he read the excerpt. So.”

Brewer said Obama told her “that he didn’t feel I had treated him cordially.”

“I said I was sorry he felt that way but I didn’t get my sentence finished,” Brewer said. “Anyway, we’re glad he’s here. I’ll regroup.”

The last time Obama met with Brewer was June 2010, when the Arizona governor visited the Oval Office for a private, 30-minute encounter the White House called a “good meeting.” At the time, Brewer said the meeting was “very cordial,” but in her book she said Obama had been “condescending.”

During Wednesday’s encounter, Brewer handed Obama a handwritten letter asking him to sit down with her to discuss the “Arizona comeback.”

“I thought we probably would’ve talked about the things that were important to him and important to me, helping one another,” Brewer said of a potential meeting with the president. “Our country is upside down. Arizona was upside down. But we have turned it around. I know again that he loves this country and I love this country.”

This isn’t the first time Obama and Brewer have disagreed. In October, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit brought on by Brewer that accused the Obama administration of failing to enforce immigration laws or maintain control of her state’s border with Mexico.

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