First, lets look at how Breitbart.tv labeled the silence heard 'round Arizona:
That's right! Breitbart.tv gives Brewer the benefit of the doubt of having a brain - by the looks of the debate it appears that Brewer is one of those headless bodies she spoke of. Now that we got the headline out of the way, lets take a look at the in-depth coverage Breitbart.tv gave the event:
Every politician's worst nightmare comes true for AZ Governor Jan Brewer.Okay...
Well, they posted the 1:08 second video showing Brewer stumble her way through her introduction, talking about how she... was... good... for Arizona (which was a lie), and how she brought it out of the abyss...
Not that abyss (sorry but I'm in a playful mood), but assuming the Breitbart fans knew better, lets see what they had to say:
Don't the right-wing critics claim Obama is focusing on too many things at one time and that the "lot on [his] plate" argument is null and void? Also, what difference does it make if Arizona's governor is better liked across the country?
I also thought the little dig towards Obama by mentioning vacations was pretty funny - I mean, who reports on the Arizona governor's vacation? Certainly not Fox News...
Some more of "lot on her plate" arguments, but more interesting is that the criticisms against her just happen to be "anti-American," yet if you look at NunChucks' comment, she is fighting for "Arizona's sovreignty and liberty" - didn't the south try that back in the 1860s?
What do you call someone's actions during a debate? I think it speaks volumes when a candidate freezes on such a simple question. Good thing she wasn't asked what newspapers she read...
Also, notice the flaming? Let's just say that comment was reported, although we doubt it will be removed (maybe its time we do another story surrounding around the flaming prevalent among right-wingers).
I thought this comment was interesting because they attack Obama for having teleprompters and praise Brewer for "ditch[ing] the script." First off, when did Obama have a teleprompter in the debates, and secondly, using the "teleprompter" argument just doesn't fly - she had her papers right there! At any moment, she could have looked down at her notes and talked about the wonderful things she did as governor - considering her defense of the immigration bill, she could have yelled out "SB1070" and started pumping her arms in the air like Arsenio Hall and her fans at home would have turned off the television happy.
That says a lot - this individual can relate to her even more because her mind went blank...
Here is a three-parter by Eileen for Freedom:
Eileen first claims conservative candidates like Brewer are not seasoned politicians. She must not be familiar with the fact that Brewer is a seasoned politician - she was previously Arizona's secretary of state for 6 years, chairman of the Maricopa board of county commissioners for 7 years, a state senator for 9 years, and a state representative for 4 years, totaling up a total of 27 years of political experience (that includes her time as governor).
She then asks who would benefit from the negative portrayal of conservatives in the media. Considering the conservatives are looking to extend the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy, I would have to say that the average Arizonan would benefit.
Thirdly, Eileen sees 2010 as the year Obama gets impeached or has his Kenyan birth certificate revealed. Need I say more?
I think after all those comments (and that was only the first page) you can get the picture - people who support Jan Brewer are ignorant of pretty much everything. They are full of contradictions and have no shame in spouting their hypocrisy and propaganda. Sadly, I doubt Brewer's performance will hurt her much on the campaign trail unless her opponents hammer her for her incompetence.