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    The Amazing Racist: Al Sharpton Targets Arizona’s Sheriff Arpaio
    Immigration; Posted on: 2009-04-13 14:51:50 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    High profile bigot (pictured right) demands resignation of popular Sheriff

    With 160 officers and deputies trained in immigration laws, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has arrested around 1500 illegal immigrants. So the gospel, according to Al, is that it’s racist to arrest people who break the law. Interesting viewpoint, Reverend.

    It’s not difficult to imagine the Reverend Al labeling someone a racist so it shouldn’t be a surprise to hear he’s knocking at the door of our very own Sheriff Arpaio.

    In a press conference earlier this week, civil rights leaders threatened to storm the streets of Phoenix if the Maricopa County Sheriff refuses to resign. The call to action came after the sheriff authorized immigration sweeps on Tuesday. Sharpton, along with ACORN CEO Bertha Lewis, promised to make personal appearances if the sheriff doesn’t submit, accusing him of racially profiling Hispanics.

    Arpaio’s response could very well mean the circus is coming to town.



    Arpaio pretended not to know the Reverend, saying, “What is his name? Sharpton? He wants me to resign? Have I got news for him. He can stick that in his pipe and smoke it.”

    Arpaio, trooper that he is, went on to say, “I’m never going to resign. The guy is living in a fantasyland if he thinks he is going to pressure me into anything. He doesn’t even know where Arizona is.”

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