Is Gov. Jan Brewer going too far with her latest ad campaign?
Brewer's political action committee on Tuesday debuted the latest in a series of ads targeting President Barack Obama.
The ad is one of three posted since Monday with images of Obama. The other two read "Obama once again abandons the citizens of Arizona!" and "The Obama Administration has declared war on Arizona!"
The campaign's debut coincided with Monday's landmark ruling on Arizona's immigration law and a subsequent move by the President. Just hours after the Supreme Court released its decision on SB 1070, the Obama Administration made a big move by ending existing agreements with Arizona police agencies.
Responding to the decision on Monday, Brewer said she was not surprised Obama has "once again abandoned the citizens of Arizona."
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