This is just one of many messages to the GOP that all Americans want someone to stand up to the Dumb Bastard. Gov. Brewer’s exchange with Obama has been widely discussed. Here one of the tangible results of pushing back at Barry.
Whether or not yesterday’s confrontation with President Barack Obama was a stunt, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s book sales are benefiting.
According to Amazon.com’s list of movers and shakers, Brewer’s book, Scorpions for Breakfast, enjoyed a sales increase of 2,224,700 percent since she and the president butted heads on a Mesa runway.
Prior to the meeting, Brewer’s book was languishing in the annals of the millions of books sold by Amazon. It was sitting at 311,472 overall on Wednesday afternoon. By Thursday morning, the book had moved to number 14.
And Arizona TAM Artgal chimes in with her take on the confrontation:
If only congress would take a ‘pointer’ from Arizona Governor Jan Brewer when it comes to how to deal with Obama!
The Thin-Skinned President was reportedly less than thrilled with the way he was ‘misrepresented’ in Gov. Brewer’s book, Scorpions for Breakfast. Perhaps Obama should consider that Arizonans are not thrilled with the manner in which we have been misrepresented by him and his administration.
Obama was in Chandler, AZ to visit the Intel Corporation today to kick off his re-election campaign. Many in Arizona, including Chandler’s vice-mayor, saw this as Obama wanting to take credit for a 5 billion dollar expansion of Intel resulting in thousands of new jobs being created – something Obama had nothing to do with: Chandler vice-mayor tweets: Obama’s message is misleading.
Ironically, the only news anyone is paying attention to in regard to Obama’s visit is the stand off between him and Governor Brewer. Looks like Gov. Brewer has already won.