Listen up cold fronts, heat waves, highs and lows, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has just issued another of her famous edicts, this time aimed against the weather phenomenon known as El Nino. "As far as I and the citizens of the State of Arizona are concerned, you (El Nino) can take your little weather patterns someplace else," said Brewer speaking to a group of Republicans at an event fundraiser.
The crowd of mostly Republicans, with the exception of one Libertarian perched upon the fence, applauded Brewer for standing up to her opponents and declaring that the last bastion of Hispanic influence, a weather pattern named after a young Spanish boy, will not stand in the way of Arizona and perfect weather. "They can try all they want, those Hispaniolas and Hispaniolitas," said Brewer, "to allow their kids over our borders, but we are just not going to allow it."
When confronted with the information that El Nino is not really a tangible child let alone anything that human beings have any control over, Brewer seemed confused. "Where I come from, Nino means 'little boy' and 'little boy translates to 'anchor baby'. I think I've just made my case."