Skip to comments.Sheriff Joe Arpaio to Endorse Rick Perry Next Week
Posted on 11/26/2011 5:16:28 PM PST by smoothsailing
November 26, 2011
Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz., who calls himself Americas Toughest Sheriff, will endorse Texas Gov. Rick Perry next week, a source with knowledge of the endorsement told ABC News.
Arpaio espouses a hard-line stance on illegal immigration, leading raids to round up and jail illegal immigrants, and was a major proponent of the controversial Arizona immigration law. Perry has spoken with Arpaio several times over the phone since entering the presidential race.
Arpaio, a much sought after endorsement in the GOP field, plans to campaign with Perry in New Hampshire next week, the source said. The Texas governor will be in the Granite State Tuesday and Wednesday, holding three town halls and a breakfast at the Nashua Chamber of Commerce along with speaking at the New Hampshire State House...
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This could be very interesting, I am expecting news from Dean Haskins next week as well....Also, and I will not provide a link unless it happens, but there is a “prophet” who predicted Obama’s demise in year three back in April....I am sitting on that for now....
Or maybe since you’re so full of impractical solutions we can send them to NJ.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio is an excellent endorsement. He understands the situation and how to handle things, therefore approves Governor Perry. Arpaio is a much admired Sheriff by conservatives.
I see the abundance of “hater” keywords up there. I’ve seen people zotted for inserting objectionable keywords before.
We’ll see if the Perry-haters will get away with the keyword spamming...could get interesting...
This is hard to believe. Joe, say it ain’t so!
Yep, the flaming anti-Perry spam monkeys are out in force!
(shield recommended we string garlic up around our keyboards and monitors) ;-)
“Or maybe since youre so full of impractical solutions we can send them to NJ”
Thanks for bringing that up. When the economy tanked here they started leaving the state. See what happens when you remove their resources? They’re probably back in Texas now getting free tuition.
Anyway you can post the list of keyword spammers?
I will try to educate you, but you have to be willing to learn.
In the early part of 2001 the Texas Legislative branch had inside knowledge that the newly elected President was going to pass amnesty either as a lame duck after losing re-election in 2004 or during his lame duck term in '04-08. Because the state has over 1.1 to 1.2 million illegals living here they decided to get ahead of the game and turn them into tax payers instead of legal welfare draws. Because of how the in-state tuition rules were written at the time we also knew that it could over-whelm the colleges so we changed the rules. We made it to where only the top 10% of each graduating class in schools in Texas could get into a state funded school as a freshman. Also we put in a road block so that only the illegals that we had already educated in Texas high schools could get in-state tuition. American students from the rest of the country could qualify by just buying property or their parents buying property, illegals had to be here for at least 3 years attending High school.
Had it not been for 9/11, Bush would have push amnesty through. Rick Perry had only been Governor for a few months when the 2001 legislation was passed and it was passed with a pre-9/11 mind set believing that Bush would succeed. So yes, Bush is the reason behind the 2001 legislation.
So sorry, I guess Chris Christie isn’t as skillful as Governor Perry at maintaining economic prosperity in the face of multiple challenges.
Part of the deal to get in state tuition is that the students have to apply for citizenship before they get it. Are they still criminals when they do this?
Or maybe Christie ate up all the food and they left because he was starving them.
Well, the mods know who inserts each keyword. Imagine this on a Palin or Cain thread......
Not a southern thing at all.
Keywords would last about 2 minutes on Palin and Cain threads and we’d see a “knock it off” post...
"Sheriff" Joe probably doesn't give a hoot about someone who can't spell sheriff.
Kind of says it all, doesn't it?
Lol, good idea of Shield’s about the garlic. I need to make a flying monkey gif, lol.
Hope you both had a nice Thanksgiving. I had company and never got to post a greeting to friends.
Yes, Gingrich called people who want the rule of law upheld heartless and inhumane. So did Perry.
” But if you say that we should not educate children who have come into our state for no other reason
than they’ve been brought there by no fault of their own,
I don’t think you have a heart.
We need to be educating these children,
because they will become a drag on our society.”
Perry was talking about punishing children for the sins of their parents.
PAConservative1 “joined” Oct 11, 2011. Wasn’t that around the time that FR zotted all of Mitt Romneybots? Sure is suspicious that someone well-rehearsed in using “Ricardo” and other hateful phrases to address the governor has such a history.
How ‘bout it PAConservative? Doesn’t the Romney campaign have your back?