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Watch: Tucson Hero Intern Daniel Hernandez Receives Standing Ovation from Arizona Legislature

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Daniel Hernandez, the gay intern whose quick thinking is credited with helping save the life of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, was recognized by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and the Arizona legislature yesterday during Brewer's 'State of the State' address.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP....

(screencap via joe)

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  1. Good Lord, the poor guy looks scared shitless! I would be too. What a surreal situation. I hope somebody subsidizes a really nice, long vacation for him.

    Posted by: Gregoire | Jan 11, 2011 10:57:00 AM


  2. Jan Brewer says to Intern.."Thank You so much for your Heroism, but NO you can NOT have RIGHTs or Marriage..but Thanks anyways"

    Posted by: Disgusted American | Jan 11, 2011 10:57:47 AM


  3. Good for him!
    Seems like a decent guy to boot.

    Sad that he lives in a state where they will stop him and ask for his citizenship papers....

    Posted by: Good for Him! | Jan 11, 2011 11:19:07 AM


  4. Did they also ask to see his papers?

    Posted by: crispy | Jan 11, 2011 11:19:48 AM


  5. Danielle maybe? Sure looks like someones sporting a rack there, tranny surprise!

    Posted by: Eric | Jan 11, 2011 8:09:14 PM


  6. Jan Brewer says to Intern.."Thank You so much for your Heroism, but NO you can NOT have RIGHTs or Marriage..but Thanks anyways"

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    And sorry, but due to restructuring and our bottom line, you're employment is terminated. Good luck with your future endeavors. Security will escort you out. Buh-bye.

    Posted by: ratbastard | Jan 11, 2011 10:49:55 PM


  7. Did they also ask to see his papers?

    POSTED BY: CRISPY | JAN 11, 2011 11:19:48 AM

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    Yeah, when I apply for employment, a bank account, get on an airplane, get stopped by police, etc., guess what? They require positive I.D. and many situations require a birth certificate also. Are some people more equal than others?

    And when I've been outside my country, the U.S., i've always had appropriate 'Papers' on me. Many countries require non-citizens carry them on your person at all times. You should see hough strict Mexico is with it's 'Undocumented'.

    Posted by: ratbastard | Jan 11, 2011 10:55:17 PM


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