Sunday, February 26, 2012

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer endorses Romney for president

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) endorsed Mitt Romney for president during her appearance Sunday morning on “Meet the Press.”

Brewer said she viewed Romney as the most electable candidate to challenge President Obama this fall, and that she made her conclusion after meeting with the candidates and after a debate this week in Arizona.

“I have decided that I am going to publicly endorse Mitt Romney. I think he's the man that can carry the day,” Brewer said. “I think Mitt is by far the person who can go in and win.”

Brewer has become a national figurehead for efforts to curb illegal immigration after leading an effort to install one of the nation’s toughest immigration laws.
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Terrye said...

Well, I wonder how Malkin and Tancredo will feel about this. They endorsed Santorum, who in turn refused to even vote for E-verify.

Anonymous said...

Oh darn it, I guess Brewer is an establishment RINO politician.

Terrye said...

I went to Brewer's facebook page and said something nice to her. The Gingrich and Santorum people are showing their butts over there.

Anonymous said...

The Palinbots are losing what little bit of brain they have over this. Palinbots think they can tell everyone who to endorse...they're at clueless as the quitter.

Anonymous said...

In other words...the Palinbots are all wee weed up about this endorsement.

Dave said...

Brewer is apparently basing this on electability, but could well be basing it on polling showing Mitt well ahead in Arizona.

Or, it could be based on principle...she has been very strong on immigration, and, as Ann Coulter has been outspoken in saying, Mitt is the most Conservative candidate.....and particularly on immigration.

Anonymous said...

Well, what is a sane governor going to do? There is no other choice at this point.

It's like the 3 little bears. Newt was too immoral, Santy is toooo moral (except for the lying-haha), and Mitt is just right.