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From one of the first states to require identification to -- joining us now as the governor the state of Arizona Jan Brewer.
That number is also the author of the book scorpions for breakfast -- fight against special interest liberal media cynical politicos.
To secure America's border.
And has been known from time to time to have a job well -- airport.
Discussion -- the president -- good to have you with governor.
-- -- you live first a year reaction.
If I had to the idea that that.
The NAACP would be asking the United Nations -- -- the the discussion about voter identification laws in this country.
It's it's absolutely outrageous that that this would take place in our country and that we participate.
And in and asking countries.
That don't even.
-- important impact -- states.
To allow them to -- in on states' rights in -- American rights of what we want to do as far as elections countries that don't how.
Even have honest elections people like Libya and Saudi Arabia that don't even allow women to vote.
Now they're gonna tell us what we can ask people.
Floor when we want to register them -- to -- Them for her I -- -- and when we go to vote it's outrageous it's unbelievable it's ridiculous.
As as we go forward here that many people are shocked that there's even a discussion.
In this country in 2012.
When every form of identification the world is required to go about our daily business.
That there would be as in the case of Texas for example are talking with -- attorney general Greg Abbott here.
He points out that they're going to provide free to anyone who doesn't have.
A photo IDE.
A free of charge that identification.
Peculiar at best and it just doesn't make any sense why there should be this sense that there is no standard.
And certified the vote.
This is it is absolutely ridiculous that you know.
We've -- the life -- here since 2004.
There has been no back last no one's been yelling and screaming that they've been.
If you will from the process it's almost that people appreciated that they won't be disenfranchise so that they know that.
Everybody that is voting is a citizen.
When they register and that that is that person that shows up with the polls it -- is common sense why can't we just use common sense.
Berkshire perhaps because some folks in -- in government don't have any at a blow themselves and don't admire it and others -- the governor -- it's always good to have you with this we thank you so much.
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