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Arpaio to campaign for Rick Perry in New Hampshire

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio (left) and Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry. (AP Photos)

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is set to endorse Texas Governor Rick Perry for president. ABC News reports Arpaio plans to campaign with Perry in New Hampshire next week.

ABC reports Perry has spoken with Arpaio several times over the phone since entering the presidential race.

Over the past few months, Arpaio has met personally in Phoenix with Republican presidential candidates Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain and he has spoken over the phone with Mitt Romney. In 2008, Arpaio endorsed Romney over Arizona Sen. John McCain.

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  1. So Rick is too stupid to understand this will hurt, not help his dying campaign? However, these two neanderthals do deserve each other.

  2. I was most disappointed to hear that Sheriff Joe Arpaio will endorse Rick Perry for President. I haven’t the slightest idea why he would do this, but I’m sure there is a reason for is. Right now we just don’t know what that reason is, that’s all.

  3. This endorsement is leaving both supporters and non-supporters of the Joe Arpaio puzzled at best. Since any candidate that takes an American stand against illegal immigration is instantly attacked by the Open Borders Lobby (Democrats, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the filth in the mainstream media, and a complete alphabet of radical Mexican organizations) it could be that Arpaio’s strategy is to endorse the absolute last person he really wants to see in the oval office.

    And speaking of the filth in the mainstream media, they continue to throw water on the anti-illegal fire that now seems to be at its peak. The OBL’s weapon-of-choice is the “poll”; prepared, baked, and fabricated to fit their agenda. Arizona State University recently released a poll stating that 78% of Arizonans supported amnesty – an absurdity beyond belief.

    All anyone has to do to capture the opinion of Americans is to surf blogs on the web, something millions have done every day for several years. With few exceptions (such as known method left-wing sites) the demand for sealing the border and deporting invaders is at a furor. After broadcasting a tainted, pro-illegal program on “Need To Know”, the taxpayer-funded PBS ran an online poll which backfired on them, and garnered a 65% pro-enforcement vote.

    The media is absolute poison. Sponsored by Mexican invasion profiteers (led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce), they have become merchants of brainwashing and propoganda, not unlike the scenario presented in the book/movie “1984”.

    Joe Arpaio is intelligent far beyond the subculture’s constant analysis and defamation. Perhaps he realizes that the OBL’s many avenues of misinformation have a long reach, and that his endorsement of any candidate is the “kiss of death.” Who more deserving than Rick Perry?

  4. I gave money to Sheriff Joe and now he’s backing Perry? Perry’s for the immigration of illegals and the North American Union. How can he do his job if he’s in NH? How about Sheriff Babeu and Dever, I hope they are still for the Constitution, Perry isn’t.

  5. Zoo (where he should be) has no idea what he’s talking about. He must have missed the recent Morrison Institute report that showed Arizonans overwhelming support comprehensive immigration reform. Arpaio is an idiot and has proved it many times over, he’s just looking for what serial narcissists always look for…media attention.

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