Arizona Governor Demands Expanded Illegal Alien Law to Include Space Aliens

Funny story written by Francois Dubois, S.J.

Tuesday, 28 February 2012

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This Arizona Air National Guard plane is ready to shoot down alien spacecrafts at a moment's notice.

TUSCON AZ (ABSNN) -- Tuesday morning, Arizona Governor, Jan Brewer, demanded that her state's already draconian law giveing Arizon law enforcement officers the right to detain undocumented aleins when stopped for traffic violations, be expanded to include "Aliens from Outer Space."

Brewer's office told reporters that the expanded "Illegal Alien Act" would put "a quick end to aliens from outer space abducting citizens for ungodly experiements such as have happened in South Carolina and Kentucky within the last five days."

Brewer told representatives from Arizona's legislature, "We cannot be too careful here. This skoob1999 will not be allowed to knock up our daughters or probe our anuses."

Orders were issued to the Arizon Air National Guard to "declare the skies over Arizona a 'no-fly zone.'" Such an order means that any UFO spotted over Arizona will be shot down, "no questions asked."

President Obama has yet to comment on Brewer's latest act of assuming federal powers over immigration of any kind, said sources close to the White House.

Use of the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard is granted to all governors in times of crisis.

"This is a state crisis and exactly why the Air National Guard was formed," said an Arizon ANG spokesperson. "We serve at the pleasure of the legally constituted government of Arizon. Our Commander-in-Chief is Governor Jan Brewer, not President Obama.

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