SB 1108: The colossal rock in state Rep. Russell Pearce's head, and his neo-Nazi supporters.

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J.T. Ready and Russell Pearce joined at the proverbial hip at an anti-immigrant rally in June of ‘07.

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J.T. Ready, the Ernst Rohm of the East Valley, second from right, at a neo-Nazi rally in Omaha, September of ‘07.

You've gotta love a guy who's as big of a hypocritical ass as Mesa muttonhead state Rep. Russell Pearce. The bullet-headed bigot who boasts a slab of sheetrock for a brain, likes to wrap himself in the American flag every chance he gets, like when he's defending his final solution to illegal immigration in Arizona -- the employer sanctions law, or demanding the denial of birth certificates to so-called "anchor babies," otherwise known as American citizens to you and me.

Pinhead Pearce's latest legislative abomination is an anti-American, anti-freedom, anti-First Amendment amendment to Senate Bill 1108, which,

States that the primary purpose of public education is the inculcation of the values of American citizenship.

States that public tax dollars used in public schools should not be used to denigrate American values and the teachings of Western civilization.

States that public tax dollars should not be used to promote political, religious, ideological, or cultural values as truth when such values are in conflict with the values of American citizenship and the teachings of Western civilization.

[And] prevents public schools in Arizona from including any courses, classes, or school sponsored activities within the program of instruction that feature or promote as truth any political, religious, ideological, or cultural values that denigrate or overtly encourage dissent from the values of American democracy and Western civilization, including democracy, capitalism, pluralism, and religious toleration.

If this loyalty-oath-type McCarthyism is good enough for the academic goose, then why can't the same rules apply to state legislators? After all, if they "promote as truth any political, religious, ideological, or cultural values that denigrate or overtly encourage dissent from the values of American democracy and Western civilization," then we should have laws that run them out of office on a red-hot rail, right? Why should any of our tax dollars go to pay for the salary of some legislative extremist who could care less about the freedoms fought for by the Greatest Generation during WWII, say?

So I propose allowing the same rules meant to ideologically rein in publicly-funded schools, curb such racist, anti-Mexican lawmakers as, well, Russell Pearce. After all, Pearce has hung out in the past with Mesa neo-Nazi J.T. Ready, the two-ton Ernst Rohm of the East Valley. Why, just take a look-see at these here pics -- one of Pearce and turd-reicher J.T. near-about to French kiss each other at an anti-illegal demo back in June of last year. Shucks, Pearce's even promoted white supremacist values in the past by forwarding a neo-Nazi National Alliance e-mail to supporters back in 2006.

Are pro-neo-Nazi values American values? Why of course they aren't. So that means ol Russ is just plain un-American for encouraging such varmints. He should be stripped of his salary and legislative position tout de suite and returned to the wilderness of Mesa to dwell the rest of his days. Perhaps some waggish Democratic legislator could propose a law to ban Pearce and his ilk from the state capitol forever.


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