I'm listening to a local radio station and the announcer would like this guy for VPhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjFiHENNf9Q
And for Pres. he would chose this guyhttp://www.cnn.com/US/9907/27/tough.sheriff/
The tent city looks like a military camp in the desert, with thick canvas sleeping quarters spreading out in a remote area of Arizona.
The inhabitants, however, are not soldiers, but residents of an unusual, some say brutal, prison run by legendary lawman Joe Arpaio, called the toughest sheriff in the West.
For the Maricopa County sheriff, who opened the nation's largest tent prison in 1993, saving taxpayer pennies matters more than comforting convicted felons.
"We took away coffee, that saved $150,000 a year. Why do you need coffee in jail?" says Arpaio, patrolling the dusty, barren grounds. "Switched to bologna sandwiches, that saved half a million dollars a year."
Arpaio makes inmates pay for their meals, which some say are worse than those for the guard dogs. Canines eat $1.10 worth of food a day, the inmate 90 cents, the sheriff says. "I'm very proud of that too." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NneBLeZPaow