Governor “Wicked Witch of the West” Jan Brewer ENDORSES the Mitt-ster. Just in time for Arizonia’s Tuesday primary, eh Mitt?

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What say you folks, does Gov.Jan Brewer’s ENDORSEMNT HELP or HURT GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney?

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6 Responses to Jan Brewer To Mitt Romeny: I’LL GET YOU, MY PRETTY, AND YOUR LITTLE DOG SEAMUS TOO!

  1. Ametia says:

    Jan Brewer Endorses Mitt Romney, Then Disrespects President Obama
    February 26, 2012
    By Wendy Gittleson

    For Brewer, an endorsement of Romney is hardly going out on a political limb. The state’s primary is in just two days and Romney is basically a shoo-in.

    Romney, on the other hand, is probably shrugging his shoulders at Brewer’s endorsement. Brewer is a polarizing figure. Arizona is an extremely conservative state, yet she enjoys just a 46% job approval rating. 84% of Democrats disapprove of Brewer and 54% of independents see the Governor in an unfavorable light. It’s doubtful that her endorsement will change the votes of many Arizonans, but if Romney becomes the eventual nominee, he might find himself having to distance himself from the woman whose number one political strength is pure, unadulterated meanness.

    On the same day she endorsed Romney, Brewer turned down an invitation to a dinner at the White House. The Speaker of the House, John Boehner has also turned down state dinners.

    Meanness is nothing new in today’s conservative politics. In 2008, Sarah Palin graduated the term “mean girl” from the halls of high schools everywhere to the halls of a political convention. Even before that, conservative talk show hosts such as Rush Limbaugh made cruel sport of everyone who isn’t white, male and conservative.

    However, something has happened since 2008. The flood gates have opened. Meanness, once a political liability, has become a viable political strategy. In 2010, the State of the Union Address, once a symbol of political decorum, was interrupted by a Congressman calling the President a liar. New Jersey’s Governor, Chris Christie, is famous for his abrasive, “in your face” style of politicking. Republican debate audiences boo healthcare and cheer for death.


  2. majii says:

    It believe it will help him with the baggers since Romney said in the AZ debate that he’d use Arizona’s immigration law as the national model, but I don’t see it helping him shore up the Hispanic vote, either in AZ next week or in in the GE in November.

    • Ametia says:

      Hi majii. It’s mind-boggling. Romney is soooo far to the Right, it is as if he really does think he can win the presidencey, simply because he thinks he’s entitled to it. It’s Stupifying…

  3. Ametia says:

    My my, Jan, clinging to the coattails of the eventual nominee, I see.

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