The Jan Brewer pinata: a little Hamas-style protesting comes to Arizona

28 Apr

At first glance, it looks harmless.  Just a little boy hitting a pinata.  Could be his birthday.

Let’s examine the details of this photo a little more deeply.

In the foreground, we have a little boy of maybe 6 or 7.  He’s holding a wooden stick, which he is swinging at a pinata.

In the background, an adult woman in a dress is laughing and clapping, while others snap photos or take video.  Off to the left, a man, apparently smiling, relaxes in the shade.  Other kids are present.  They’re probably awaiting their swing, or maybe they already got to take a swing or two already.

So that’s the scene.  Let’s take a second look at the pinata.

That’s Jan Brewer’s face.  She’s the governor of Arizona.  And there’s a political sign on the pinata, which reads:

vote no to ARIZONA Republican Party

Maybe it’s just me, but this spectacle of adults teach a child to strike out with a big stick at an elected official reminds of something we’ve seen far, far too much of over the last few years.

These are Lil’ Hamas kids getting geared up for a terror war against Israel.

We’re not at this point in the US yet, but if people keep propagandizing their kids with pinatas of duly and legally elected officials with whom they happen to disagree, we’ll get there all too fast.

I want to be clear here: The kids are not to blame.  They’re not old enough to know better.  But woman in the dress, and the ones with the cameras, and the man on the left are old enough to know better.

They know what they’re doing.

And so does President Obama.  When this radical man on the one hand makes a nakedly racial call for support, and on the other hand denounces a state for attempting to get its arms around a problem that he has been elected to deal with – but won’t – he knows exactly what he’s doing.


Posted by on April 28, 2010 in politics


5 responses to “The Jan Brewer pinata: a little Hamas-style protesting comes to Arizona

  1. P. Henry Saddleburr

    April 28, 2010 at 2:37 am

    It’s intentional, it’s deliberate and it’s the reason the left will be outcast from electoral politics for at least a decade, until SOME forget and listen to the siren song of liberalism again.

    Oh, and the violent rock and bottle throwing tactics and intimidation of the left in their recent protests??? This will only cause people to steel their spines and defintely won’t help their cause either. I’ve seen lots of grannies at Tea Parties who will be quite able to cope with the leftist bedwetters if their safety is compromised. They’re 2nd amendment sisters, too.

    Not that they are asking for it, but Obama is fomenting a race war.
    President OJ. Just sayin’.

  2. Saddlesore

    April 28, 2010 at 4:28 pm

    I think I know where this is going. During the campaign didn’t Obama have a slip of the tongue (i.e. he told the truth) where he referred to a plan for a large domestic defense corps? I don’t recall his exact phraseology, but it was spooky.

    I can see little kids goosestepping with the Obama hopey changey symbol on their neckerchiefs. Not a pretty picture.

  3. diaryofatiredblackman

    May 17, 2010 at 5:47 pm

    I love America because we can bash and critique our leaders, generally without much repercussion, but lets be real here. This Jan Brewer woman is a friggin racist. If she were elected President she’d cut all the Non-White History Programs from public universities and school systems, which would severly limit the young from obtaining a truthful version of history. A version of history from the side of the oppressed. There is no doubt about it. People have the wrong impression of “ethnic studies” and all assume that its about supremacy and separatism. It’s really about education. Learning about your past. There are plenty of overglorified white heroes in our history books. Is it so wrong to learn about some Mexican-American ones?

  4. Belle Hurley

    July 29, 2010 at 3:25 am

    That is insane to say that Gov. Brewer is a racist! Just what has she done to make you think that? Ummm…let me see…..NOTHING! The woman has done her job in trying to protect the people of Arizona! Plain and simple. There is nothing remotely racist in that. To accuse her of that is to expose your own racism.

    You think that murders such as Che and Castro are heroes? You’re nuts.

    FYI, I live in southern Arizona.

  5. Danny

    April 25, 2011 at 12:19 pm

    You know I was just looking for piñatas and I get this load of crap on my computer.
    Lots of innuendo, finger pointing and speculation in the original post …fear mongering from people who can’t remember exact phraseology, but it’s “creepy” and one side calling the other Nazis…AGAIN! While double standard condemnations about violent left wing protests touting granny’s 2nd amendment rights are thinly veiled with threats of killing those who disagree…and finally yet another diatribe from an angry black man about people being treated different because of race while expounding the value of racially separate history classes.

    You extremists left and right should be ashamed of yourselves. You have let media on both sides of these arguments work to manipulate your fears into blind hatred; leaving no room between the shouting and accusations for moderate voices of reason and compromise…shameful language, shameful actions, and shameful attitudes towards others.


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