If we remember correctly, the Kansas lawyer who wrote Arizona’s SB 1070 indicated that difficulty with English is one factor that could lead to “reasonable suspicion” for questioning a person’s immigration status. Based on Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s embarrassing performance at a recent debate, we have our own reasonable suspicions.
During her introduction, the governor paused for 10 seconds, unable to form a sentence, and said, “We have did what was right for Arizona.” That’s some atrocious grammar, Governor. Later in the debate, when asked about her questionable claims of headless bodies found in Arizona, Gov. Brewer answered with words about her opponent’s support of labor unions. Not comprehending a simple question indicates to us a lack of understanding of basic English conversation.
Gov. Brewer, we’re gonna have to see your papers.