Posts Tagged ‘Governor Brewer’

Brewer to Obama: Warning Signs Are Not Enough

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

One can’t help but admire Governor Brewer for speaking out.

80 miles from the border (inside our country) , Obama has given Mexicans free reign.

An Open Letter to Arizona Governor Jan Brewer

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

By my estimate in 2006 there were 30 Million illegal Mexican aliens living inside our borders.  Now, however, in 2010 their leaders boast about 40 Million criminal invaders seeking citizenship and demanding amnesty by “adverse possession.”

 

When Phoenix passed Philadelphia becoming the 5th largest metropolitan area in the United States, I knew it was a sham.  How did I know?  Because I took the stats published in our otherwise severely liberal newspaper, The Arizona Republic, and I did the numbers.  Had they not counted the illegal aliens, Phoenix would not be as large.

 

That newspaper claimed that 85% of Mexicans in Phoenix were here illegally.  From the figures available, in 2006 I estimated there were more than 1,000,000 illegal Mexican nationals in the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area!

 

Then, the bottom started falling out of our economy and the rats started leaving in droves, abandoning ship because they were only here for the jobs and the entitlements we lavish upon them.  Almost overnight the streets around Phoenix experienced reduced traffic and we could drive freely most of the day.  When the illegal’s were here en masse, it was “rush hour” all day long, but once they started going home, we could drive freely again between rush hours.  Now, I estimate there are approximately 500,000 illegal Mexican nationals remaining in Phoenix.

 

Now is the time for the Governor of Arizona to step up and make it State Law that all law enforcement agents shall first confirm the legal status of all persons they come in contact with before they proceed with any other business.  This completely eliminates any (false) claims of “racial profiling” because we are doing it to all, to everyone.

 

Then the State of Arizona needs to make it a crime punishable by fine and imprisonment to hire an illegal alien.  It shall be a misdemeanor to employ an illegal alien and it shall be a felony to knowingly employ an illegal alien.

 

Governor Jan Brewer took a courageous step in signing into Arizona State law a mirror image of the Federal law.  It was an ingenuous leap.  I applaud Jan Brewer for her courage and fortitude.  And at least her detractors have used a flattering photo of her in their “Nazi” posters.

 

Nevertheless, Govern Brewer’s biggest failing(s) was not taking her complaints to the citizens of Arizona when she saw how badly the former governor, Janet Napolitano had mismanaged the State and the illegal manner in which Napolitano cooked the books and violated the law fiscal ruining Arizona.  It would have saved US a lot of trouble not to have Napolitano’s incompetency in DC.  Perhaps it’s not too late.

 

Governor Brewer,  Are you listening?

Governor Brewer, Get Your Head out of Your Ass: It is NOT “Education” you are Saving but “Indoctrination”

Friday, July 10th, 2009

 

Get your head out of your ass

 

Hear, learn and use your mind.

 

“Public Education” has been totally compromised in this country.  Education in the USA has been nothing more than indoctrination and “brain washing” for decades.

 

You need to let the system die.  The current system of “public indoctrination” you mistakenly call “public education” has resulted in the “dumbing down” of all us.  Few can think clearly.  Almost no one can think independently.  We’ve lost the capacity to think critically.

 

It’s all because of the great centralized screw job we foist off on an unsuspecting public calling it “public education” when all this brain washing system has done is contributed to our demise and the miserable state we are experiencing.  We are enslaved in our minds and have lost our most precious capacity for freedom.

 

But wait, there’s more.  These are the “good days” and what is coming will be far worse than anything you can imagine.

 

Therefore, pull the plug on this bastard child mistakenly called “education.”  Let free enterprise in education have half a fighting chance.  We might again be able to produce fighting men and women, citizens who can think critically and analyze accurately.

RedFlex Photo Radar Van Technician Doug Georgianni Killed

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

 

Please—Feel free to post you comments. 

 

While I cannot condone manslaughter, it is understandable in the current environment.  Sadly, this incident feeds right into Napolitano’s recent admonitions concerning “domestic” terrorism.

 

This morning I heard Ankarlo utter some absolute rubbish!  When & if KTAR and Ankarlo are sued because of Ankarlo’s irresponsible statements encouraging marginally stable persons to commit suicide necessitates pulling him from the air!  Perhaps that is the real reason why Ankarlo Mornings changed hosts during the past hour?

 

Certainly there is support to the idea that photo radar cameras and the inordinate amount of surveillance violate our Constitutional rights.  And we can thank the last administration, the Bush Administration for this.

 

Nonetheless, the irresponsible talk continues this very hour on KTAR and I am just tired of Barely-Famous Barry Young’s histrionics.  KFYI’s “Barely-Man-Enough Barry Young” is generally irritating and insulting.  Certainly, I wish there was someone else besides those two to listen to in the morning on Talk Radio.

 

But allow me to come to my point:  Let’s apply one principle to this matter and be done with it.

 

DPS Director Roger Vanderpool listen up.  You’ve made a lot of mistakes, serious mistakes—which will come to light in my blog.  But, I hope you as the man in charge of those cameras will agree with me. 

 

Governor Jan Brewer give me your attention.  You’ve inherited a lot of mistakes, which you have been loath to denounce and change.  But, I hope you as the woman in charge of DPS Director Vanderpool and most everything in the State will see the wisdom in my recommendations.

 

Let’s end this insane spying on one another and undue stress and anxiety on our roads.  Let’s apply the principle that has been so often exploited to invoke law after law in the name of saving the children.  How many times have we heard?

 

If it saves only one life . . .

 

If it saves only one child . . .

 

It will be worth it.

 

Put an end to this insanity and end these off-the-wall discussions by pulling those cameras, admitting it was a bad idea and

do it now!

 

Why?

 

Because I guarantee it will save at least one life.

 

It will save at least one more life.

 

And to insist upon being stiff necked and keeping those draconian cameras in place and continuing the stress & anxiety on the roadways and on us all, will render you, Brewer & Vanderpool et al., complicit in the next murder(s)!

 

What’s your opinion on this? 

 

Is the alleged Thomas Patrick Destories a hero or a victim?

 

How responsible should KTAR be if any one commits suicide because of irresponsible utterances encouraging them to kill themselves?

 

 

What’s your opinion?

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer Must Go!

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

If the Republicans want to keep the Governor’s Office, they’d better bring a different candidate forward during the next election or risk losing the Governor’s Office once again to Democrats!  There is no choice.  Either bring forward a far stronger candidate who is a real leader or lose!

                    

While Governor Jan Brewer made an excellent Secretary of State, it is readily apparent that the current Republican Governor is not a “leader.”  Why?  First, almost as soon as Brewer took office, she went to work on “political appearances” and attending “feel good” publicity events.  She appeared to be focused on running (prematurely) for election to the office she had just inherited!

 

Second, Brewer does not have the intelligence of her predecessor former Governor Janet Napolitano.  Napolitano is more intelligent and was a far more effective as a leader than Brewer—even though Napolitano’s philosophy and policies were misguided she was effective.

 

The discriminating point is that after more than a month in office, it is readily apparent that Jan Brewer is not leading!  Rather than make decisions herself, Brewer is requiring division directors under her to make major decisions.  While this might seem to be respectful of the division director’s turf, it is neglect of her gubernatorial responsibilities to the citizenry of Arizona.  And apparently Brewer thinks that by avoiding making the tough decisions and allowing others to lead her, she might not offend anyone, thereby be more electable during her first real run for the Governor’s Office.

 

Advice to Governor Jan Brewer: 

 

The only way to survive, for both you politically and the State, you need to lead.  You need to make the tough decisions.  Hard times require one to make serious decisions and not be derelict in duties by forcing underlings to make decisions you ought to be making.

 

This requires a commitment to make the tough decisions and the right decisions regardless of who might be offended.  And the final irony is it appears Governor Jan Brewer is going to accept the Federal Bail Out with all strings attached.  Those strings reek of former Governor Janet Napolitano’s handiwork:  Brewer is letting Napolitano continue to dictate to her and allow her to run the Arizona Governor’s Office from Washington, DC!

 

My advice:

 

Governor Brewer, you are a nice lady.  Put your personal political ambitions aside.  Make the commitment to serve Arizona to the best of YOUR abilities.  Make the tough decisions and take the responsibility.  Make the commitment to see Arizona to fiscal health and a return to sound policy. 

 

Prepare to step aside for another Republican candidate for the good of your party and the State.  Be prepared to return to your position and wonderful service as Arizona’s Secretary of State.

 

Otherwise, your wishy-washiness and noncommittal approach to leadership will doom any run for the Governor’s Office and risk Arizona suffering through another Democrat governor, maybe even making it possible for Terry Goddard to be elected Governor.

 

Goddard must resign as Attorney General.  Goddard has allowed his offices to be used unethically and in a fashion it could charged under RICO—the criminal laws for prosecuting organized crime—which is what Goddard has allowed the Attorney General’s Office to become!

Coming Show Saturday February 21

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

Having been notified by email that our new Governor can not or will not meet with me, I called NW in the Governor’s office.  We are at an impasse after it was suggested I meet with the new Director of ADOC.  Therefore,

BE ADVISED DURING THIS NEXT SHOW I WILL NAME NAMES AND DISCUSS OPENLY THE CRIMES THAT WERE COMMITTED INSIDE ADOC BY ADOC PERSONNEL!

Tune in.

Frankly, I think our new Governor is in over her head.  While I had hoped to be restored and employed correcting the messes within ADOC, the revelations during this next show are likely to result in major financial losses for the State of Arizona at a time when it can ill afford it.  Nevertheless, these people (ADOC and the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners) have damaged me and done their best to destroy me.

Be advised:

We are talking about several frauds & malfeasance, sexual battery, rape of a patient and MURDER.

Many will come forward, rightfully so, seeking justice from an unjust system.  Expect the State of Arizona to pay Big Bucks in damages and costly fighting in the United States Supreme Court.  Why?  Because there is no Sex Offender Treatment Program in ADOC, especially since ADOC and the private prison fired Dr. Susanne Arnold!

Then there are those who were brutally murdered!

By ADOC guards.

By Medical Health Services.

By medically induced leukemia because of the ignorance & negligence of contract psychiatry AND the supervising psychologists (Arnold & McCauley & company) who covered it up, literally burying the evidence, and allowing the culprit to continue practising for more than another year during which he killed more inmate patients.

They weren’t sentenced to DEATH!

They weren’t given sentences of EXECUTION!

Nonetheless, they died.  Some horribly, miserably.

Let the State of Arizona pay the price.  I am tired of being the brunt of their terror.

Folks, this is “bureaucratic tyranny.”

We have become a communist country.

Wake up!

Wake up!  America.

Before it’s too late!

“America, America, where are you now?

Don’t you care about your sons and daughters?”

Monster~Steppenwolf

Correction ADOC Interim Director Chuck Ryan: Advice for Governor Jan Brewer

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

 

Correcting the record per the disclosures posted by Iris on:

 

http://sonoranalliance.com/?p=2957#comment-102524

 

There is an error regarding Mr. Ryan and this is the only possible error of all that was posted.  In other words, all of it is true with the possible exception of the one statement that Mr. Ryan had been forced out of ADOC or ADC as the current web page under construction calls the Arizona Department of Corrections. 

 

I call ADOC or ADC something else, as one may see from the categories on my blog.  And the rest of The Valley shall soon refer to ADOC as the Department of “Corruption.

 

During my interview I mentioned it had been reported to me one of the superiors in ADOC had been “forced to leave ADOC upon threat of death;” however, my ability to recall names is somewhat impaired. 

 

I do not recall the name of the man who was forced to leave “due to his lack of support for Governor Napolitano” and walk off from ADOC and his ASRS retirement.  Perhaps it was Terry Stewart.

 

However, I recall the name and attributes quite well of the officer who confided those things in me.  It was given somewhat in confidence and accompanied by emotional frustration and disgust at how corrupt ADOC was and remains.

 

Nonetheless, I can tell you that Mr. Ryan has been the “Interim Director” of ADOC in the past, perhaps even many times.  Moreover, there is one hallmark, one characteristic that is unforgettable about Chuck Ryan:

 

Chuck Ryan was not well liked by the rank & file. 

 

In fact, to say that Mr. Ryan was “hated” would not be too strong.

 

Allow me to paraphrase a lifetime ADOC employee who knew Chuck Ryan intimately: 

 

‘Chuck Ryan was an asshole.  He was born an asshole and he’s always going to be an asshole.  He’s a short man.  He has “little man syndrome” (and “tan hair”).  He’s always going to be an asshole.  Everyone hates him!

 

Chuck Ryan has been disliked for years by the rank & file of ADOC security officers, administrative support & health services alike.

 

My advice to Governor Jan Brewer:

 

DO NOT CONSIDER CHUCK RYAN FOR DIRECTOR OF ADOC!

 

Unless the Governor wants to send a message to the hard working men & women at ADOC that the Governor doesn’t give a hoot for the men & women who work hard at ADOC!