Saturday, August 20, 2011


Yes, true . . . dogging, deriding, and denigrating Phoenix, Airheadzona, has almost become a pastime of mine. I don’t like cops much to begin with either (let’s agree to call every one of them “Officer Dunkin” - unless it’s an “Officeress Dunkinette”).

And I particularly don’t care for a media-whore like Sheriff Dunkin Arpaio, who never met a TV camera he didn’t lust after, who undoubtedly delights in his label “America’s Toughest Sheriff”, and who loves the attention he gets from making inmates at his infamous Tent City jail wear pink boxers and eat green baloney.

Having said that, I must admit that Sheriff Dunkin Arpaio has met with my approval over two issues recently: 1) In defiance of the Federal traitors in Washington D.C., his hard-nosed, no-nonsense approach to illegal immigrants who are overrunning his Airheadzona district, and 2) this most recent piece of news . . .

It seems that Sheriff Dunkin Arpaio is contemplating undertaking an investigation into whether or not Barack “USAP” Obama has committed a felony by releasing a fraudulent birth certificate to the Americonned People and should therefore have his eligibility as a 2012 presidential candidate in Maricopa County questioned.

Frankly, I’ll be rather surprised if Arpaio doesn’t just milk this topic for all it’s worth (seeing the sort of attention B.O.’s B.C. issue garnered for Donald Trump), and then passes the buck when he thinks he’s extracted all the media coverage he can get from it. But I hope I’ve underestimated him.

You go, Arpaio! C'mon, prove me wrong, Donut Boy TV-Hound!

Here’s the story as it appears at World Net Daily:


Lawman Responds To Request From Local Tea-Party Leaders

Posted: August 18, 2011
9:20 pm Eastern
© 2011 WND

MARICOPA COUNTY, Ariz. --  At the request of tea-party leaders in Arizona, famed Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has agreed to examine evidence challenging the validity of Barack Obama's purported long-form birth certificate in a determination of the president's eligibility for the 2012 election ballot.

Tea party leaders in Surprise, Ariz., met with Arpaio and WND senior reporter Jerome Corsi Thursday morning to express concern that a fake birth certificate would be used to document the president's eligibility to run in Maricopa County, where Arpaio is the chief law-enforcement officer.

Arpaio's tough crackdown on illegal immigration has made him a national figure.

At a one-hour meeting in Arpaio's office, the tea-party leaders presented the sheriff with a petition that was drafted after a speech by Corsi the previous night. Corsi, author of a best-selling book challenging Obama's eligibility, "Where's the Birth Certificate?", presented evidence from numerous computer-imaging specialists who believe the document presented by the White House April 27 is not authentic.

Arpaio explained in a statement that he has agreed to "simply look at the evidence these people have assembled and examine whether it is within my jurisdiction to investigate the document's authenticity."

"I indicated in this meeting that I will also consider whether there is a more appropriate Arizona agency to determine the document's veracity and ultimately whether the president's name can lawfully be entered onto the 2012 election ballot," Arapaio said.

At a gathering Wednesday night of more than 325 people, sponsored by the Surprise Tea Party Patriots of Surprise, Ariz., and the Liberty Through Action organization, 242 signatures were gathered on the petition, which requested that Arpaio begin a criminal investigation.

The petition calls for the sheriff to investigate the possibility that a crime has been committed against the Arizona secretary of state, who must decide whether to put Obama's name on the ballot.

Arpaio told the tea-party leaders that he expects political pressure, but he pointed out that as the chief law enforcement officer of Maricopa County, he's taken an oath to respond to citizens who approach him about enforcing the law.

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Lt. Justin Griffin confirmed to WND that Arpaio is "waiting to receive all the documentation and all the investigative material from Dr. Jerry Corsi, and then he will look into the matter and compare it to the Arizona revised statutes."

The petition states:

We the undersigned citizens are respectfully requesting that you initiate a criminal investigation under the authority of A.R.S. 13-2407 A-C, Into the alleged Certificate of Live Birth, File Number 151 61 10641, State of Hawaii, for Barack H. Obama II. The document was released on April 27, 2011, by the White House to the press and posted on the White House website and distributed and downloaded by computer throughout the nation, including within Maricopa County. Reportedly, several experts have declared the document to be a forgery.

Reportedly, the file number may be out of sequence; "THE" appears to be misspelled as "TXE" in the State Registrar's stamp; there appears to be a "smiley face" in the "A" in the Alvin T. Onaka, State Registrar stamp; reportedly the document has computer generated, multiple layers and is not a copy of a single layered document; font types appear to vary throughout the document, reportedly, not possible with a vintage 1961 mechanical typewriter.

We urge you to continue to support the Rule of Law and to investigate and determine whether the alleged Certificate of Live Birth, for Barack H. Obama II, File Number 151 61 10641, is a forgery or an authentic document. A.R.S. 13-2407 A-C, declares that tampering with a public record is a class 6 felony.

"I think what we've seen is history created today," said Surprise tea-party leader Brian Reilly. "This is probably the first time in this country that citizens have gone to a sheriff over a national issue."

Reilly said he's "extremely grateful" that Arpaio will look into the matter is "hopeful that this will achieve what we're expecting to achieve on this issue, which is the truth."

"We're trying to get to the truth," he emphasized.

[Sheriff Dunkin Arpaio second from left.]

~ Stephen T. McCarthy

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  1. Back in Philly, I fell asleep in my car in a Dunkin' Donuts parking lot and was arrested for impersonating a police officer...

    Wow...supporting Sherrif Joe...while I agree with you on the issues, he really is a symbol of all that we pick on AZ about...


  2. HA!-HA!-HA!
    DiscDude, is that an original, or did you hear that somewhere? That sure is funny. (Nappy says he's gonna steal that line.)

    Yeah, hard to believe I'm supporting Dunkin Arpaio in anything, but damn, when he's right he's right. (Although I'm pretty sure nuttin' will come of this. As I said in the blog bit, he's probably just using the opportunity to get more more ink for his inflated ego.)


    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

  3. Sheriff Dunkin Arpaio,

    Always unavoidable for comment.


  4. AZYGOS ~
    Ha! Yeah, that pretty well sums him up.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'


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