PHOENIX - Governor Jan Brewer acting on the advice of her good friend and political supporter Sheriff Joe "Pinky" Arpaio has taken steps to issue a song band for her state.
The governor recently met with Arpaio, the self-proclaimed toughest lawman in America and together the two made the monumental musical decision of banning the Carly Rae Jepsen song "Call Me Maybe."
Governor Brewer informed reporters that she has absolutely nothing against Miss Jepsen other than the fact that she is a foreigner.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Jepsen is a native of Canada. She looks like she's 16, but she is actually 26, the same age as Lady Gaga.]
The governor was asked by Cowbell Notes Music Magazine reporter Chipper Caruso why her and Sheriff Arpaio decided to ban the sugary innocent pop song from being played on Arizona radio stations.
She took a drink of her Geritol Margarita and replied that she and Joey (Arpaio) just do not think that it is an appropriate song since it deals with a young girl asking a boy she just met to call her up without knowing anything at all about him.
Brewer went on to say that, that kind of mentality can lead to a disregard for the law of the land and cause young impressionable individuals to commit acts of jaywalking, building tagging, and eventually counterfeiting.
Sheriff "Pinky" says that he is in total agreement with the governor and added that he does not want to have to end up arresting a bunch of young teens who acted out on the song.
SIDENOTE: Carly Rae Jepsen was to have sung the "National Anthem" at an Arizona Cardinals NFL football game in November but she has now been dropped and the "Stars Spangled Banner" will now be sung instead by Governor Brewer accompanied by Sheriff Arpaio on the mouth organ.