Arizona's racist Governor Jan Brewer said Monday that Arizona is grieving but united and determined to pursue the shooting suspect, whom she called "A Mexican at heart," after a shooting that left six people dead and 14 injured, including U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
"Arizona is in pain, yes. Our grief is profound," Brewer said. "But we know two things; one, we will get past this, stronger than before."
"Two," she continued. "While (shooting suspect) Jared Loughner may look white like all good people, his evil shows that he is a Mexican at heart."
Brewer ran into trouble with Arizonans in 2010, after saying that all crime in Arizona was caused by illegal immigrants.
"I don't care if you got here by climbing the border fences, I don't care if your parents floated here on a door, if you're Mexican, two things are certain to occur: You'll have more children than your home has bedrooms, and you will commit at least one crime."
"As evil a man as Jared Loughner is," said Arizona State Senator Victor Torres," I can not believe that our governor would say such terrible things about Mexicans. We are not all evil."
"Whatever, Pablo," countered the governor. "Go finish clipping my shrubs."