Monday, December 1, 2008

AZ: It's Official, Napolitano Leaving Town

It's official, Napolitano is leaving town. The early reports have been confirmed. Unfortunately, she has announced that she won't be stepping down until after her nomination has been confirmed by the Senate. On the bright side, if she is confirmed she will be long gone before any 2009 legislation comes across the Governors desk so any pro-gun legislation that our legislature passes in 2009 will be safe from her veto. Perhaps with Jan Brewer's help we can get the budget balanced as an extra bonus. Icing on the cake.

Update 1: Jan Brewer Transition Website.

6 comments:

Eric Shelton said...

I don't know if I should cheer, or apologize to the rest of the country for foisting her upon them...

Did you know she got her start in politics as Anita Hill's lawyer trying to discredit Clarence Thomas?

Dustin said...

No I didn't know that but I'm not surprised. The only consolation I have to offer our Country is that she probably isn't much worse than whoever Obama was considering as her alternate. :)

Dustin said...

His entire cabinet is a bunch of Liberal Clinton re-treads. And Obama said he was going to bring change - looks like more of the same to me. :)

Anonymous said...

I still don't know how to feel about this. So she's gone from our state and thats a good thing for us anyway but I feel bad that she will now be unleashed upon the rest of the nation. I'm amazed that she even got the job really, I guess she doesn't have any "registered" guns for the obama (clinton) camp to worry about.

She will be in charge of FEMA. This is going to go over well...

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