The Hispana Who Might Become Governor

Punchy opening from Counterpunch: "She's a tough-talking New Mexico state prosecutor whose zeal for catching and deporting illegal aliens rivals that of Joe Arapaio, the Arizona county sheriff who's come to symbolize America's resurgent 'nativism' toward immigrants.

But she's not likely to be the target of a Justice Department lawsuit anytime soon. Democrats are too busy trying to keep Susana Martinez (pictured), a 50-year-old mother of five -- and a staunch Tea Party Republican and one of Sarah Palin's proudest 'Mama Grizzlies' -- from getting elected the first female Hispanic governor in U.S. history."

Susana's ancestors are from Spain. She's an elected district attorney and a pro-business social conservative.

Here's her YouTube channel.

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