The democratic legislature in Arizona Governor Jan Brewer to criticize the left the country shortly after calling a special session of the State Senate to oust the Chairman of the Congress of the expansion of the Commission this week.
Brewer has traveled the country promoting his new book, "Scorpions for breakfast," where he discusses his work on the country's controversial immigration law. Book out Tuesday–the same day he called the Senate of the Republic led to the session to dismiss Colleen Coyle Mathis as Chairman of the expansion. Brewer left the Phoenix to New York for an appearance Wednesday morning on the "Today Show," leave the country acting Governor to sign a document formally dismissing Mathis after the Senate vote.
Brewer took steps to fire Mathis, said the Commission did not follow the Constitution of the State of the expansion in drawing new maps, Democrats ignore, against the Brewer and the Senate action to actually take the strength of partisanship. Mathis did not comment on his dismissal, but his lawyer said he planned to fight the action.
"When you hear the Governor declared the Constitutional Crisis and continuing on a tour of the book, rather than stay in the country to deal with the constitutional crisis, the issue," said State Senate minority leader David Schapira (D-Tempe). "He appeared on Greta Van Susteren. He was promoting his book and make a name for himself. "
Beer trips in recent weeks has taken him all over the country, including the recent stop in Huntsville, Ala., where he supported the new immigration law in Alabama. Brewer also attended a Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas in October. According to Harper Collins site, Brewer was scheduled to perform at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California next week to promote the book.