Reason No. 1 Million to Sign the Joe Arpaio Recall Petition: His Dumb Fans

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio
A voicemail left on our phone this morning from the racist individual who comments on New Times' blogs with the handle "Joe Arpaio Fan" is the millionth reason (that's an estimate) people should sign the petition to recall the elderly sheriff.

Of course, a federal judge's ruling last week stating that Arpaio's office racially profiles Latinos is a better reason to sign the petition, but if you needed just one more reason, "Joe Arpaio Fan" has it.

See also:
Joe Arpaio Recall Needs 100,000 Signatures According to Organizers (w/Update)
Joe Arpaio Recall Supporters Set Up "Camp Recall Arpaio" in Downtown Phoenix

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Joe Arpaio Fans Look a Little Desperate With Billboards Urging People Not to Sign Recall

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We assume "it" does not refer to being sheriff of Maricopa County.
Not that Sheriff Joe Arpaio and friends haven't looked desperate to avoid a recall election throughout this entire process, but these Phoenix billboards definitely have the distinct scent of desperation.

It was just a couple of weeks ago that Feathered Bastard wrote about Arpaio apologist John Philip Sousa IV and his hysterical plea for money to save Joe's job. These billboards appear to be the fruit of his labor.

See also:
-Joe Arpaio's Wing-Nut Supporter John Philip Sousa IV's Hysterical Appeal for Moolah


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Joe Arpaio Recall Wants Larry Klayman's Bogus Lawsuit Dismissed Sooner, Rather Than Later

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Matthew Hendley
Special pink underwear recently delivered by Respect Arizona to the office of Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's friends, birther attorney Larry Klayman and ex-lawmaker David Burnell Smith, are doing Arpaio a solid favor in their bogus lawsuit against Respect Arizona, the group trying to recall the elderly sheriff.

Respect Arizona's legal counsel already told New Times last week that the motion to dismiss the case has been filed, but attorney Chris Ford now has filed a motion for an expedited hearing, claiming Klayman, Smith, and their Tea Party associates are using the lawsuit as a "political assault" against the recall effort.

See also:
-Arpaio Recall Moves to Dismiss Larry Klayman's Bogus Lawsuit
-Larry Klayman Sues New Times, Is Really Weird
-Klayman Was Found to Have "Inappropriately Touched" Kids
-David Burnell Smith Teams Up With Larry Klayman in Fight of Arpaio Recall
-Klayman Asks If Joe Arpaio Recall Chairman Is a "Homo" Who "Want[s] My Nuts"
-Joe Arpaio's Birther Buddies Say They'll Take Recall Effort to Court to Shut It Down

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Joe Arpaio Recall Moves to Dismiss Larry Klayman's Bogus Lawsuit

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Photo by Matthew Hendley
Special pink underwear delivered by Respect Arizona to the office of Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Stop us if you've heard this before, but an attorney is alleging that notorious birther and Sheriff Joe Arpaio-fan Larry Klayman has filed a lawsuit without any legal merit.

In fact, Chris Ford -- legal counsel for Respect Arizona -- told New Times yesterday that he's also seeking sanctions against the pro-Joe group that filed the lawsuit, run by a pair of tea-party figures from Surprise, and its attorneys, Klayman and former birther lawmaker David Burnell Smith.

See also:
-Larry Klayman Sues New Times, Is Really Weird
-Klayman Was Found to Have "Inappropriately Touched" Kids
-David Burnell Smith Teams Up With Larry Klayman in Fight of Arpaio Recall
-Klayman Asks If Joe Arpaio Recall Chairman Is a "Homo" Who "Want[s] My Nuts"
-Joe Arpaio's Birther Buddies Say They'll Take Recall Effort to Court to Shut It Down


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Breitbart (Falsely) Claims Joe Arpaio Did Nothing but Help Solve Sex-Crimes Cases

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Breitbart.com, founded by the late Andrew Breitbart, made an unsurprising move this morning by publishing an article about the recall effort against Sheriff Joe Arpaio, effectively soliciting donations for the pro-Joe forces.

What is surprising, however, is writer Warner Todd Huston's revisionist explanation of Arpaio's sex-crimes debacle. Actually, it's more gross than it is surprising.

See also:
-Victims Wonder Why Arpaio Let Sex-Abuse Cases Languish


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David Burnell Smith, Ex-Lawmaker, Teams Up With Larry Klayman in Fight of Arpaio Recall

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David Burnell Smith
Former Republican legislator David Burnell Smith, a birther and DUI attorney recently arrested for alleged DUI, is doing Larry Klayman's bidding in the fight against the recall of Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

As many people pointed out as Klayman continued to claim that he'd try to get the recall effort shut down, he's not licensed to practice law in Arizona. Smith, however, is.

See also:
-Larry Klayman Sues New Times, Is Really Weird
-Klayman Was Found to Have "Inappropriately Touched" Kids
-Klayman Asks If Joe Arpaio Recall Chairman Is a "Homo" Who "Want[s] My Nuts"
-Joe Arpaio's Birther Buddies Say They'll Take Recall Effort to Court to Shut It Down
-Joe Arpaio and the "Birther" Gang Gather at the Capitol


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Larry Klayman Asks If Joe Arpaio Recall Chairman Is a "Homo" Who "Want[s] My Nuts"

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Larry Klayman
"Birther" attorney Larry Klayman, who is fighting the recall of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, wants to know if the chairman of the Arpaio recall organization is a "homo" who "want[s] my nuts."

Klayman probably didn't mean to let everyone know he asked that, but it appears that Klayman isn't very good at using e-mail, which he inadvertently sent to people working for Respect Arizona.

See also:
-Klayman Was Found to Have "Inappropriately Touched" Kids
-Joe Arpaio's Birther Buddies Say They'll Take Recall Effort to Court to Shut It Down

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Joe Arpaio's Network of "Birther" Buds Raising Cash for Themselves in Name of Recall

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i-mockery.com
A publication similar in nature to World Net Daily.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio sure has some suckers in his fan base, and you can bet his "birther" pals at World Net Daily are well aware of that.

That's why you can head over to the "superstore" for WND -- the conspiracy-theorist website known for the ramblings of master-birther Jerome Corsi -- and for between $5 and $1,000, you can "help defend against the 'recall' of Sheriff Joe Arpaio," but you're not sending that to the Arpaio campaign.

See also:
-Birther Lawyer Fighting Joe Arpaio Recall Was Found to Have "Inappropriately Touched" Kids
-Joe Arpaio's Birther Buddies Say They'll Take Recall Effort to Court to Shut It Down

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Joe Arpaio Supporters Go for Another Unlikely Recall: Democrat Chad Campbell

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House Minority Leader Chad Campbell
In what appears to be another recall attempt motivated by the effort to recall Sheriff Joe Arpaio, some Arpaio supporters say they're going to try to recall House Minority Leader Chad Campbell.

As with the announcement by another set of Arpaio supporters, who claim to be attempting a recall of County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox, we have a hard time believing that any more than five minutes of thought was put into this decision.

See also:
-Joe Arpaio Supporters Going for (Highly Improbable) Recall of Mary Rose Wilcox


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Joe Arpaio's Pathetic Fundraising Attempt Uses Alleged Broken Arm to Ask for Money

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio
The self-proclaimed "toughest" sheriff in America, Joe Arpaio, is now using his wife and his alleged broken arm to raise money to fight the recall effort against him.

To sum it up in just a couple of words, this plea for money is completely pathetic.

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