Jan Brewer will not seek re-election ...

Jan Brewer will not seek re-election as governor

There are 10 comments on the Verde Independent story from Mar 12, 2014, titled Jan Brewer will not seek re-election as governor. In it, Verde Independent reports that:

Gov. Jan Brewer, who developed an international reputation for her vociferous attacks on illegal immigration, is ending her career as an elected politician at the end of the year.

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wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Mar 12, 2014
Oh I am so sad over this she is great, I hope someone as good as her will take her place.
spud

United States

#2 Mar 12, 2014
I' not generally a fan of nepotism but, in his case, I hope they can find a blood relative of Brewer or Arpaio to take that spot. Viva Brewer. Viva Arpaio. Viva pink prison underwear.
ronnie

United States

#3 Mar 12, 2014
spud wrote:
I' not generally a fan of nepotism but, in his case, I hope they can find a blood relative of Brewer or Arpaio to take that spot. Viva Brewer. Viva Arpaio. Viva pink prison underwear.
I believe she's got someone waiting in her wings.....she has worked so hard to control the insult to her State, I doubt she could walk away without making damn good and sure someone in her likeness is ready to run with the ball... The State of Arizona has run a muck for years and years, Jan is respected in the West for her valuable stance on the rule of our sovereign law.......God Bless her....
Cordwainer Trout

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 Mar 12, 2014
Support whoever the candidate is, who will sign a new protection of religion and protection from disease legislation affirming the right of citizens not to be harassed by frivolous law suits by homosexual and other weirdo activists. Brewster allowing the gay press and domination of media to bully her into submitting to their renewed terror tactics will leave a black mark on her record of service.

“New one man.”

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#5 Mar 15, 2014
I doubt that the 'frivolous' law suits would be an issue if people were not being discriminated against.
I sometimes thing they should have put it into law, then within a short time the bigoted 'weirdos' will be out of business.
Hyme

United States

#6 Apr 11, 2014
Happy to see her go! She passed a. racist illegal immigration law drafted by her secretary of state and changed the drafting of the original design. The GOP and brewer cost the state $billions in taxpayer monies and no pathway to citizenship! Joe is a JOKE!! He did not design the pink idea. Both ideas came from the same person. I told Hendershott about the pink in 1998. What you are saying is that you want me to be Govenor?!
Jack Shortz

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Apr 11, 2014
Hyme wrote:
Happy to see her go! She passed a. racist illegal immigration law drafted by her secretary of state and changed the drafting of the original design. The GOP and brewer cost the state $billions in taxpayer monies and no pathway to citizenship! Joe is a JOKE!! He did not design the pink idea. Both ideas came from the same person. I told Hendershott about the pink in 1998. What you are saying is that you want me to be Govenor?!
OK nice work Jan...you did a helluva job. Not afraid to tell that wet noodle hussein obama that he's a peeece of sheeet

Next non-democrat...step right up
Oldglory

Coachella, CA

#8 Apr 11, 2014
Hyme wrote:
Happy to see her go! She passed a. racist illegal immigration law drafted by her secretary of state and changed the drafting of the original design. The GOP and brewer cost the state $billions in taxpayer monies and no pathway to citizenship! Joe is a JOKE!! He did not design the pink idea. Both ideas came from the same person. I told Hendershott about the pink in 1998. What you are saying is that you want me to be Govenor?!
You pro-illegals don't have an honest bone in your bodies, do you? There was no "racist" illegal immigration law! Racial profiling was expressly prohibited in that law but your etnocentric ilk continue with your lies because you didn't want illegals to be detected, detained and deported. Now just who are the racists? Why should there be a path to citizenship for lawbreaking invaders?
Fasthorse

United States

#9 Apr 15, 2014
Oldglory wrote:
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You pro-illegals don't have an honest bone in your bodies, do you? There was no "racist" illegal immigration law! Racial profiling was expressly prohibited in that law but your etnocentric ilk continue with your lies because you didn't want illegals to be detected, detained and deported. Now just who are the racists? Why should there be a path to citizenship for lawbreaking invaders?
My family visited Phoenix for a 3 day weekend about a month ago and we were stopped 3 times by police for trivial reasons. Once for not signaling a turn within the prescribed distance before the turn, second for the letter "A" in Arizona on the license plate was obscured (it was a rental car), and third for a 10 yr old child not in a car seat but buckled.

In each case, we were interrogated and the cops declined to issue us a citation and in each case, my research later on showed that I had no violation. Over my 50 yrs of driving in other states, I've only been stopped once for speeding. So I cannot believe this was not racial profiling as my family is dark-skinned Natives from Oklahoma. If it quacks like a duck, walks like a duck, chances are it's a duck.

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#10 Apr 15, 2014
Fasthorse wrote:
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My family visited Phoenix for a 3 day weekend about a month ago and we were stopped 3 times by police for trivial reasons. Once for not signaling a turn within the prescribed distance before the turn, second for the letter "A" in Arizona on the license plate was obscured (it was a rental car), and third for a 10 yr old child not in a car seat but buckled.
In each case, we were interrogated and the cops declined to issue us a citation and in each case, my research later on showed that I had no violation. Over my 50 yrs of driving in other states, I've only been stopped once for speeding. So I cannot believe this was not racial profiling as my family is dark-skinned Natives from Oklahoma. If it quacks like a duck, walks like a duck, chances are it's a duck.
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