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Brewer lashes out at Napolitano over recent border comments (access required)

Gov. Jan Brewer said Janet Napolitano's words and actions at the Department of Homeland Security don't match her record from her time as governor, saying her predecessor has essentially turned her back on Arizona and its border problems.


  1. Really decent post… I love it. Keep ’em coming… 🙂

  2. The uneducated, unelected Brewer couldn’t carry Napolitano’s luggage.

  3. Hah!!! Gov. Jan Brewer has Nappy beat by a landslide. Nappy has her head in the clouds when it come to the border, cause she can’t admit the truth. Nappy was useless as a governor and she is useless in Homelans Security. She is a yes person to Obama.

  4. No !! maybe Mr, Brewer is not going to carry Napolitano’s luggage
    The people from U.S.A will in November 2010 when we all go to the polls
    50 states should be enough don’t you think?? Maybe Obama should leave the
    White house as well. those people are not working for the u.s people
    i,wonder to many times why are they so interested on helping Mexico??
    MMMM because it is not normal for a president to be so close with corrupt
    people like Mexican governants,I, have never seen any president doing the
    stupidities that Obama, Napolitano, Hillary, and Pelosi are doing. sorry!! but this is my oppinion, i, welcome yours!

  5. IluvAZ's Governor!

    The uneducated, unelected Brewer didn’t want to carry Nappy’s luggage so she dumped it all. Cleaning up Nappy’s mess took her a while, but Brewer got ‘er done. Approval ratings in the 80th percentile? I don’t think Nappy’s approval ratings could ever touch that. Not too bad for a chick without a college degree. Brewer’s common sense sure beat the heck out of Nappy’s EDUMACATION. LOL 🙂

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