Brewer claims “we need to discuss the legalization, a pathway to citizenship — we need the workers in Arizona”
Remember last June when Barack Obama issued an unlawful executive order bypassing congress and exempting the so-called ‘dreamers’ from deportation? Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer exclaimed, “This was an outrageous announcement….that intends to grant back-door amnesty. It doesn’t take cynic to recognize this action for what it is, blatant political pandering.” Brewer called Obama’s action, “a preemptive strike against the anticipated (U.S. Supreme) court ruling.”
What a difference a year makes.
Fast forward to June 24, 2013. Brewer, Arizona’s schizophrenic governor, has apparently had a change of heart. Or maybe another brain freeze. In any case, Brewer, the border state Republican head of state, who should know better, now claims “This Gang of Eight bill is a victory for Arizona.”
Brewer, using words similar to her McMentor, who has repeatedly said, “We need to secure the border first,” states, “We need the border secured before we move forward.”
Syndicated columnist and blogger Michelle Malkin correctly tells Sean Hannity, “I reject the premise of ‘secure the border first.’ I hate these platitudes. It’s secure the border period.” Malkin states, “Because the Constitution, Article 4, Section 4 states, that it is the duty of the federal government — not only to provide for the common defense — but to secure the states against invasion.” Listen: