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Tough-talking Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio told Newsmax on Wednesday that he is considering a run for Arizona governor now that Jan Brewer has said that she would not seek a third term as the state's top Republican after five years in office.

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Hey, that`s great super Joe, now all those pesky brown people, illegals and like you know, look like illegals really really need to be afraid, shit super afriad, don`sha think?, especially if their calfs look like cantaloupes from lugging sacks of weed into your turf we have to go after them...Now where`s that damn posse, Gran Jose?

Your,"If I`m ever going to do it, I should do it now," Arpaio, 81, said in an exclusive interview. "I don't want to wait until I'm 86 years old"...Well Mi Capitan, that will get all those old white prunes blue hair who love you flood the voting booths for ya. Fer sure.

"If I'm going to do it, the only problem is that I have to resign as sheriff," he added. "I have a lot of things going on, a lot of sensitive things going on."

Arpaio declined to be more specific — only saying: "If I leave, it's all going to be in vain. So I have to weigh that."

Hey no problemo Jose. Some of your most awesome white-knuckled racists already have your back. You`re already a shoo-in to keep the war on pesky illegal brownies and those who look like them going with this spectacular movie, (even if its a fictional movie based on racism) by the same white rancher who keep on finding decapitated heads on their properties. You will be able to scare the wits out of the people who love you. So why not, go for it, show them this video:

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Wow Josie, all those big guns, who wouldn`t love that? That character Arroyo is some evil wet back don`cha think bro? All you have to do is blame this Arroya dude as the one evil illegal who is dumping all those decaptivated heads on your lawn to distract you from running raids against all those cock-fights and brown job seekers who want to take jobs from the real workers who are white and legal citizens. Never mind that this video is based on fiction for the very purpose of scaring those white haired ladies that have kept you in office since 1993.

Hell, I have even seen these type of movies Jose, so you can fairly use this one on your compaign, now that your Cus` decided not to seek re-election. Well actually, she cannot run again for Governor because Arizona only allows a two-term stint. But no matter Jose, you can show voters how tough you have been as anti-immigration, oh and those cool pink underwear move you made for your jail is an ace-in-the-hole for you. Yeah your own.

The self-proclaimed "toughest sheriff in America," Arpaio has held the job since 1993 and is known nationally for his strict treatment of jail inmates and for cracking down on illegal immigration.

He told Newsmax that he raised $3.5 million last year for a possible gubernatorial campaign and that he planned to release a position paper next week "that would show what I would do if I were the governor.

"If I decide to run, it would give the public some idea of what I have in mind, what my platform would be," Arpaio said.

Yes folks. the tough sheriff can say he has held this job since 1993 and is known nationally for his strict treatment of jail inmates and for cracking down on illegal immigration. Well, even if it has cost the state of Arizona`s tax-payers millions of dollars to pay damages or fines resulting from his illegal crusades against brown folks who come to work to support starving families back home, where that may be.

All you have to do Jose, is mention that these malcreants come here illegally, against the laws of this country, and never mind that you still have that boat in your back yard which brought you here illegally with your own kind to draw these laws that target only none whites.

It should not surprise anyone that the trend to rule the burning cross in Arizona is set to continue with the circling of Republican buzzards now that the old witch is out to fly into the night on her broom.

Several other Republicans have entered the primary race for governor under the assumption that Brewer would not run again.

They include Arizona State Treasurer and former Cold Stone Creamery CEO Doug Ducey, Secretary of State Ken Bennett, Mesa Mayor Scott Smith, former GoDaddy legal counsel Christine Jones, state Sen. Al Melvin, and former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas.

I think I count seven Republicans linning up to take this job, not counting Jose.

Now ask me how many Democrats want this job? I think I read somewhere that "one" democrat has thrown his hat, no wait, he has no hat -- into the contest.

Now all we need is for the bros, the Kochs come to Sheriff`s Joe side. Anyway, this is
some shitty news that I thought you might be interested in reading. If you live anywhere near that hot-over town of Arizona, read the story at the link...and weep.

Originally posted to Ole Texan on Thu Mar 13, 2014 at 10:17 AM PDT.

Also republished by Baja Arizona Kossacks.

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