Lunatics at AZ Republic yearn to copy CA’s Brown

California’s leftist retread Gov. Jerry Brown, still unable to shake his hippie image as “Gov. Moonbeam,” recently signed the second bill of the two-part California DREAM Act, granting in-state college tuition to illegal alien students.

Of course the lefties at the AZ Republic were awash in praise of this unsustainable expenditure. A California senate committee analysis detailed the new costs resulting from the new law to be an additional $40 million a year. The costs associated with the Cal-Grant program currently stand at $1.4 billion. Check out California’s Debt Clock for a glimpse at the realities of rolling out this red carpet invitation for more illegals to take advantage of such a reckless misuse of taxpayer’s money.

Earlier this year, the Los Angeles Times, hardly a bastion of conservatism, acknowledged that “after a 10-year borrowing binge, the upcoming budget is expected to spend more on debt than public universities or state parks. Next year’s repayments — $7.65 billion — could make up a quarter of the deficit.” In July, AP reported California’s debt reached crisis proportions forcing it to borrow $5.4 billion from private investment firms as a hedge against a possible default. Yet astronomical costs matter not when foreign nationals are the recipients and struggling taxpaying citizens are footing the bill.  

Yet the title of a lead editorial in the daily fish wrap makes its supportive position of Gov. Brown’s actions all too evident before reading a single word of the now expected drivel: Punishment isn’t the only way to fix immigration.

The editorialist knows the truth and so do we. But telling the big lie has to be done repetitively in order to convincingly portray it as authentic. Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels explained the tactic, “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”

Here, from the editorial, is the Linda Valdez version: Nevertheless, Arizona stands on the punitive side of the divide as states struggle to enact laws to deal with the presence of millions of undocumented families who live and work in our country. California is demonstrating a more pragmatic approach.

Thanks Herr Goebbels, but we’ll pass.

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7 Responses to Lunatics at AZ Republic yearn to copy CA’s Brown

  1. Braveheart says:

    The Valdez/Amnesty/Open borders faction at the Republic obviously calls the shots. No wonder the newspaper is called the AZ Repugnant. Their last gasps will be “Viva, Mexico!! Si Se Puede!”

  2. Doc says:

    Here’s some “off-topic but ON-POINT” propaganda:

    http://michellemalkin.com/2011/10/12/john-mccain-occupy-2/
    ….huge suprize! Please forgive the interruption, SRA…just thought we’d all like to see this lates “maverickyness”…

  3. Calypso says:

    What is Jerry Brown smoking? The state of California is bankrupt and the state’s unemployment (Calif. Citizens) is at record levels. How does he think spending on illegals takes care of those critical issues? He should be recalled for this atrocity, but they probably can’t afford to hold a special election.

  4. Justin says:

    You guys got it right on connecting the Goebbels big lie theory to the AZ Republic and specifically to Linda Valdez their amnesty queen.

  5. East Valley PC says:

    The national Dream Act is a dream of Jeff Flake’s. Flake is running for the US Senate from Arizona now that Jon Kyl is retiring. Think that through before you cast your ballot for this deceitful man who puts illegals above US citizens.

  6. Seen It All says:

    This fact filled and shocking article “Illegal immigration’s toll on state’s deficit” was published in the Ventura County Star. It was written by U.S. Reps. Elton Gallingly (Calif) and Lamar Smith (Texas)
    http://www.vcstar.com/news/2011/mar/06/illegal-immigrations-toll-on-states-deficit/

  7. Seeing Red AZ says:

    PJ:
    Thank you for your keen eye in catching the typo. It’s been corrected. Much appreciated.

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