Associated Press and Reuters photos
Arizona Repugnican Gov. Jan Brewer, who needs even more formaldehyde, pictured Tuesday in Phoenix at left, now has attacked U.S. Secretary of State Billary Clinton, right, pictured yesterday in Washington, D.C.
Arizona’s unelected Borg Queen, Repugnican Gov. Jan Brewer, in another blatant political stunt meant to help her win the considerable white supremacist vote in Arizona in November, now has taken on U.S. Secretary of State Billary Clinton.
Billary reportedly said in an interview in Ecuador earlier this month that the U.S. Justice Department plans to sue Arizona, the South Africa of the Southwest, for its racist, white supremacist, unconstitutional state law that will result in racial profiling against Latinos.
In response, big, bad bitch Brewer huffed and puffed, “To learn of this lawsuit through an Ecuadorean interview with the secretary of state is just outrageous. If our own government intends to sue our state to prevent illegal immigration enforcement, the least it can do is inform us before it informs the citizens of another nation.”
Awwwww, Jan, you poor victim!
Clearly, you are the victim here — not the poor, brown-skinned peoples whom you are persecuting for your own comfortable white-ass personal political gain!
Fact is, Arizona and the other red states — such as Texas (a.k.a. Bushland), one of whose U.S. representatives, who has received a ton of money from Big Oil, treasonously has apologized to the CEO of British Petroleum for BP’s supposedly harsh treatment by the Obama administration* — have made the United States of America an international fucking laughingstock, and yes, it is the job of the U.S. secretary of state to represent the nation abroad. And part of that job would be to assure the world’s civilized, enlightened nations that indeed the entire U.S. is not in lockstep with Nazi Arizona.
Further, the dipshit white supremacist “leaders” of Arizona will be notified of any federal lawsuit in the appropriate legal way; they have known all along to expect such a federal legal challenge; and they do not have any legal, moral or ethical right to be informed about such a lawsuit before anyone else is informed about it.
A little civics lesson for the fucktards of Arizona and their supporters: Arizona does not get to dictate to D.C.
Clearly, Borg Queen Brewer is appealing to the anti-Billary and the xenophobic crowd in Arizona when she slams Billary for defending the United States’ international image and reputation (well, what is left of it after the eight, long, nightmarish years of rule by the unelected, treasonous Bush regime) from red-state tarnish abroad.
It’s the same old wingnut propaganda, that any U.S. government official who doesn’t shit and piss upon other nations and their representatives — like the treasonous members of the unelected Bush regime did — is betraying the American citizens back home.
Fact is, I don’t consider red-state wingnuts to be my fellow Americans. They don’t represent me or tens of millions of other Americans like me.
Further, they need to get over already the fact that their stupid white male candidate, Repugnican Arizona Sen. John McCainosaurus, lost the election in November 2008 to yes, the black guy — by 7 percentage points and by 192 electoral votes.
That means that as much as it just kills the white supremacists to have a black guy calling the shots in the White House, he still gets to call the fucking shots.
That’s the way the system works, civics fucktards: The team that gets the most votes gets to govern.**
To suggest otherwise is treasonous and anti-American.
*The $20 billion in reparations that the Obama administration has secured from BP is just a drop in BP’s deep, deep bucket, but Repugnican U.S. Rep. Joe Barton of Texas yesterday called this a “shakedown” — “a tragedy of the first proportion that a private corporation can be subjected to what I would characterize as a shakedown. In this case, a $20 billion shakedown.”
Clearly, the Repugnican Party believes that we, the tax-paying people, are supposed to pay for BP’s mess and every tax-dodging corporation’s mess. To expect the corporations to pay the cost of their messes is socialist and anti-American, you see — indeed, a tragedy of the first proportion!
**With the exception, of course, of Repugnican George W. Bush, who lost the popular vote in 2000 but who had a lot of wingnutty friends in high places.