Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) Gives Obama an Earful

The SCOAMF doesn’t like being called out for his arrogance and pro illegal immigration policies.

Normally politicians greet one another with pleasantries, even if they don’t particularly like each other. Not so Wednesday with President Barack Obama and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, who met Air Force One when it touched down outside of Phoenix.

……It started when she handed him a letter and said she was inviting him to meet with her. The president replied that he’d be glad to meet with her again “but did note that after their last meeting, a cordial discussion in the Oval Office, the governor inaccurately described the meeting in her book,” a senior administration official said.

He was referring to her book, “Scorpions for Breakfast,” which is harshly critical of the president. The pair has clashed sharply on immigration policy, with the Obama administration suing Arizona to block its enforcement measure. In the book, she described an Oval Office meeting, and claimed he was lecturing and patronizing, something the White House says is not true.

……According to the East Valley Tribune’s account of the book, Brewer wrote that she was insulted during a 2010 meeting with the president at the White House.

“It was though President Obama thought he could lecture me, and I would learn at his knee,” she wrote, calling his tone “patronizing.”



                                                                            Good for her.

Obama has a patronizing, narcissistic streak a mile long; looking down his nose at voters, declaring “I won”,  sacking the Constitution with ObamaCare, and using Marxist class warfare as a means to punish successful American entreprenuers. Object to Obama’s malfeasance and arrogant stupidity, and you get a tantrum from the indignant two-year old.

It’s all about him.

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