Stop us if you've heard this one before, but Governor Jan Brewer had an incredibly difficult time spitting out words.
Brewer was commemorating those famous African-American pilots from World War II yesterday -- you know, the Tusakee, Tusks, Tuh-see-gee, Tuskegee, Tuska-skee, Tuske-tuh, TUSKEGEE, Tus-kee-kee, Tus-kuh-kee Airmen.
Yes, those were all of the actual pronounciations of "Tuskegee Airmen" Brewer attempted yesterday.
Fox 10 has the footage:
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The disconnect between Brewer's brain and her mouth could become one of the most defining moments of her governorship, including a 16-second-long brain fart during a debate, her struggle to spit out the phrase "belt buckle," her endorsement of President Obama, and her scientific theory that the weather is caused by "different things."
(See: Best Jan Brewer Brain Farts.)
Brewer might really want to reconsider her threats to run for a likely unconstitutional third term, before everything that comes out of her mouth starts sounding like an explanation of who sells seashells by the seashore.