When you see it in “La República!”
The Periódico de la República de Arizona’s political writer Dan Nowicki must be angling for a gig at Wikipedia after the lights dim at the newspaper. How else to explain his lead item today, passed along without even a mention of the obvious?
Nowicki details the “split” between Señor Juan McAmnesty and Sheriff Strangelove of Pinal County over the latest plan to open our nation’s border, waste more money, and imperil our national security.
The Pinal lawman, safely re-elected despite his dalliance with an illegal alien, now opposes Sen. McCain’s legislation.
Sheriff Babeu testified before the House Judiciary Committee last week, urging the rejection of McCain and Flake’s “Gang of 8″ bill being debated in the Senate. Babeu says it doesn’t do enough to secure the border — advocating for an alternative House plan that focuses on law enforcement and gives more authority to local police.
Memo to Nowicki: You’re doing just fine in your audition for Wikipedia. But if you plan to stay at the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic), it would be beneficial to learn the Spanish word for “hypocrisy.”
We gift you with it here: h-i-p-o-c-r-e-s-í-a.
For a memory refresher, here’s Babeu before their break up, giving aid and comfort to McCain during the 2010 campaign — telling the phony border hawk and worried candidate, “Senator, you’re one of us.”