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Sunday, 16 December 2012

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A recent photo of Governor Jan Brewer without any make up, perfume, or deodorant. (Photo courtesy of Sheriff Joe Arpaio).

PHOENIX - Many people believe that Arizona governor Jan Brewer has finally gone off the deep end.

The woman who has banned tacos, tortillas, and tamales in her state recently appeared on The View and made an astounding comment.

She stated to Joy Behar that her latest directive states that the Santa Ana Winds, that originate in the neighboring state of California, are to be referred to ONLY by the name the Saint Anne Winds.

Behar, who isn't afraid to speak her mind, asked Brewer how she believes that banning certain food products and now the wind, which is a natural occurring phenomenon, is going to help her state.

The governor, who is 68, but looks 88, smirked and told Behar that she made her decision after meeting with one of her best friends and unofficial adviser Sheriff Joe "Pinky" Arpaio, who is 80, but looks 81.

She went on to say that Arpaio even convinced her to go ahead and ban piƱatas, maracas, and Eva Longoria albums.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Apparently the Arizona sun has gotten to "Pinky" Arpaio because Miss Longoria has never recorded a CD. In fact she recently told 'Tittle Tattle Tonight' that her singing is so bad that she doesn't even sing in the shower.]

Governor Brewer has made it perfectly clear that if she hears any television or radio reporter, or any citizen of Arizona, refer to the Santa Ana Winds by that name, she will see to it that the individual is arrested and charged with Nolo Statutory Non-Cooperative Ipso Habeas.

SIDENOTE: Brewer pointed out that any and all violations could result in a fine of up to $43,000 and a three week jail sentence.

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