“There’s enough poison under my nail to curse a thousand men. Do you want some of this?”
The President of the most powerful country on earth had to duck as Brewer (what’s in a name?) cackled;
“Well! Do you – punk?”
Thank God we men of America did not see Brewer’s ugly transformed face, or our pubic hair would have fallen off, such is the power of the Witch of Endor – that only the President of the United States is impervious to. This office is still good for something after the Republicans have trashed it – but good!
P.S. Don’t look into Brewer’s eyes for more then three seconds, or you will be teleported to the Prisoner Planet, Exio.
The one-page letter was written in cursive script on Executive Office stationery. The letter touches on job creation, the state’s budget, and Brewer mentions visiting the border.
The letter says in part:
“You’ve arrived in a state at the forefront of America’s recovery — and her future,” she wrote. “We both love this great country, but we fundamentally disagree on how to best make America grow and prosper once again. I’d love an opportunity to share with you how we’ve been able to turn Arizona around with hard choices that turned out to be the right ones. And, of course, my offer to visit the border — and buy lunch — still stands.”
The governor signed the letter “With respect, Jan.”
After Brewer delivered the letter to Obama, the two spoke intensely for a few minutes and she pointed her finger at him. During the encounter, they were talking over each other before Obama appeared to walk away from the governor while they were still talking.
Brewer later said that the conversation left her “breathless” and that Obama had brought up her book.
Brewer’s book, Scorpions for Breakfast: My Fight Against Special Interests, Liberal Media, and Cynical Politicos to Secure America’s Border, deals with the state’s tough immigration law, Senate Bill 1070, the events that precipitated it and the fallout from its passage.
She repeatedly skewers the president in the book, painting a different picture of her June 2010 Oval Office meeting with Obama than she did in media interviews after the event, when she told media it “was a successful meeting, and I’m encouraged by that.”
In the book, however, the governor criticizes Obama for publicly mocking the state and SB 1070. She said Obama was condescending toward her during their 2010 meeting and lectured her about his efforts for comprehensive immigration reform.
“It wasn’t long before I realized I was hearing the president’s stump speech,” the book said. “Only I was supposed to listen without talking. He was patronizing.”
And after Wednesday’s encounter, she called Obama disrespectful because he walked away from her in mid-sentence.
“Well, I would never have walked away from anybody having a conversation,” she said. “And, of course, that is what it is. It is disrespectful for me.”