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Old 06-26-2010, 08:50 AM
Location: Tennessee
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Originally Posted by chielgirl View Post
Why isn't this moved to the illegal immigration forum?
I'm going with because the original post is about a dumb politician in Wisconsin who doesn't know her geography. It's not about immigration. I know the video has been removed from YouTube for copyright reasons but I saw it on TV. For those just looking at this thread now, the politician doesn't know why Arizona is making a flap because Arizona doesn't border Mexico so if anyone was complaining, it should be Texas. After she goes on about it, at the end, another politician gently tells Dumbo, Arizona does border Mexico. Unfortunately, I didn't see how she reacted to that revelation.


Where in the World Is Arizona? - Video - FoxNews.com

Old 06-26-2010, 03:13 PM
Location: Where I live.
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Originally Posted by Jadex View Post
Video is no longer available
It's in several other places, as others have noted:

Senator Kyl Gives Supervisor Peggy West a Geography Lesson
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