Monday, April 26, 2010

Illegal Jan Brewer Arrested in Arizona

A woman described as looking like Governor Jan Brewer was stopped by a Phoenix policeman over the weekend.

The woman was described as wearing a cheap blonde wig to disguise her racial origins as mentioned in the official police report.

Mention of the fact that the arresting police officer was of Hispanic origins has been leaked to the press.

The police officer asked the suspect to produce identification. The woman showed a valid Arizona State License that was computer checked by the cop.

The cop suspecting a new kind of illegal immigration scam or forgery of the license asked for proof of the suspect’s right to be in the United States. In other words, the cop wanted documentation that the suspect “Jan Brewer” had legal immigrant standing or was an American citizen. No proof as such was forthcoming from the suspect.

The suspected illegal alien was then arrested and transported to jail for booking.

The suspect demanded her rights and her lawyer while asserting that she was the Governor of the State of Arizona. While waiting for her lawyer, the suspect “Jan Brewer” called home and asked a relative to bring her birth certificate to the police station.

The hospital issued birth certificate of Jan Brewer arrived at the police station. The desk sergeant informed Jan Brewer that a hospital issued birth certificate was no longer valid in the United States to claim American citizenship under new laws, rules and regulations as stated by the Department of Homeland Security. Only a state issued certified and embossed birth certificate would be proof of Jan Brewer’s citizenship.

As of this hour, the suspect is in lockup awaiting proper ID from the head the Department of Public Safety.

It is good to know that we are safe from illegal immigrants in Arizona.


Boobquake challenges Allah to Shake Rattle and Roll

Some Muslim Cleric presuming to speak for the Almighty is being challenged by a flash mob on Facebook.

Facebook 'Boobquake' group set to prove Iranian cleric wrong
Launched last week by Indiana student Jennifer McCreight, 22, the 'Boobquake' event is a response to Iranian cleric Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi.

He claimed: “Many women who do not dress modestly ... lead young men astray, corrupt their chastity and spread adultery in society, which increases earthquakes,”

Groups in both Washington and Vancouver are planning dedicated Boobquake events, with hundreds of women revealing as much as they dare while seismic readings are taken, in order to prove the cleric wrong.
Ain't religion and rational reaction to religious insanity great? !