Obama forces yet another conservative politician to behave like an out of control lunatic, because he is a ruthless dictator:
Democrats see the chance that President Obama’s heated exchange with Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona on the airport tarmac in Phoenix could help him with the Hispanic voters he came West to court this week.
The run-in, captured in a photograph of the governor wagging a finger at the president as they discussed her book, “Scorpions for Breakfast,” lit up Hispanic radio stations and blogs all over the state. While it is difficult to judge whether the moment will have any lasting impact, Hispanic leaders said that what is being dubbed by some as the “dustup in the desert” could play in the president’s favor given the unfavorable view many Hispanics have of the governor for her advocacy of tough immigration measures.
“For that incident alone,” Robert Meza, a Democratic state senator from Phoenix, said Thursday, “85 percent more Latin people will gravitate toward the president.”
I believe Meza is being sarcastic there, so don’t jump all over him. He doesn’t have any idea whether this will matter in the election but he had to say something.
Obama is still not apologizing for forcing Governor Brewer to make a fool out of herself:
In an interview with ABC News that was broadcast Thursday, Mr. Obama said the conflict was being blown out of proportion.
“I’m usually accused of not being intense enough, right?” he said, laughing. “Too relaxed.”