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Reports that a recall of extremist Arizona governor Jan Brewer is not favored by many Arizonans are inaccurate.  The polls and statistics are a classic case of looking at paper and numbers rather than at human beings and strong emotions.  We are presently gathering over thousands of signatures and are being ignored by the main stream media, except for of course (thank GOD) Daily Kos and Huffington Post.

This is our press release from yesterday:
committee to recall extremist governor Jan Brewer press release

Hello, this note is from the committee to recall extremist governor Jan Brewer (filing number: RC-01-2012).  We are writing to let it be known that our recall is gathering signatures  around the state of Arizona.  We are hoping that the rest of the nation tomorrow will know that we as a recall exist and are seriously gathering signatures with strong support from the public. In conclusion, we are hoping when the governor is on the program: Meet The Press tomorrow that the rest of the nation and many in our state who do not know of our recall are informed that a large amount of citizens in our beloved state of Arizona do not agree with her abhorrent and cruel actions against the working people, the poor and her shameful behavior toward our president.  God bless the state of Arizona and recall Jan Brewer !
Leonard Clark :)
chair of the committee to recall extremist governor Jan Brewer

Brothers and sisters...please help us to continue to spread the word about our recall because, "it is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."

Leonard Clark  :)
chair of the committee to recall extremist governor Jan Brewer !  623-329-0284

Originally posted to thedamnliberal on Mon Feb 27, 2012 at 05:57 PM PST.

Also republished by Baja Arizona Kossacks.

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