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The most totally biased and inefficient government official at any level is unquestionably Janet Napolitano the Homeland Security Agency Secretary. She really isn’t even capable of being a secretary to the Secretary. And I might add, she is one scary woman.
This misfit was picked by an unqualified Chief Executive who in turn was picked by millions of unqualified people. That is what is supposed to make this travesty legal and proper; where it is neither.
Obama, our sorely lacking Commander-in-Chief, selected Ms. Napolitano to be a part of one of the most anti-Christian and anti-American presidential cabinets in the history of our once great, but now diminishing country.
If nothing else, this group of advisors that should be providing correct and sensible advice to the president is the most non-effective, perverse and full of pot-holes bunch ever to mislead and misinform a president in more than 234 years.
The latest example of her curious logic as offered as a homeland security rule is:
Unable (or unwilling?) to provide adequate protection to the American people, Ms. N now wants to monitor the Internet communications industry. She and her political party are unwilling to act properly by exercising strict surveillance on terrorists already in this country as well as the hundreds, thousands, or millions flowing freely and unfettered across our porous borders every hour of every day of every year.
Whether it is so as not to “offend” certain foreign nationalities or those of religious views in sympathy and concurrence with those of our little-known beliefs of this very un-American and largely anti-Christian president is difficult to say.
FoxNews.com reported on June 18, 2010 that “Napolitano said to a gathering of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy, ‘The First Amendment protects radical opinions, but we need the legal tools to do things like monitor the recruitment of terrorists via the Internet’.”
As stated above, her own party is the group most responsible for not allowing monitoring of terrorists, anywhere or anytime. But now that she thinks she could gain some information not just on terrorists, but ALL users of that medium for anti-US government speech by loyal and patriotic conservatives that might speak against her department or her boss, the president, she is definitely in agreement with spying on U. S. citizens.
I would suggest that the only element NOT to be monitored or spied on, would be terrorists, foreign OR domestic, that this government is already awash with including right in the president’s staff and cabinet. Does she, or even he, for that matter, think that everybody is as slow and mental clarity lacking as the voters who elevated all of them to these lofty positions? I would assure her this is not so.
“legal tools to do things like monitor the recruitment of terrorists via the Internet” she chirped to the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACSLP) (see above), I presume that the keyword there is “legal”; because it seems that many of this Administration’s business dealings are not only shady, but downright illegal.
Napolitano should have had the ACSLP discuss the Constitution’s Article II, Section 1 concerning qualifications for being a candidate for the presidency; or even discussing the source of authority for our government to FORCE people to join the recently signed into law health program of the president against their wishes; reinforced by stern penalties for refusal.
The Homeland Security Secretary might also have questioned the source authority for all of those mean and nasty looking CZARS, right out of the Soviet Socialists handbook now patrolling the halls of the White House (is it still painted white?)
But you see, she has no interest in looking for good old fashioned honest government actions and administrative rulings that are beneficial to the citizens of our country; no, under the guise of tracking terrorists online, she will be monitoring EVERY last one of us that uses the ‘Net on a frequent basis to see what sort of skullduggery we are up to. For all Napolitano knows, we might even be planning a TEA party; a thought that probably scares the hell out of all of them.
We all know now how true it was when this little saying, often credited to Ronald Reagan before his presidency, said that we should be frightened when someone says, “I’m from the federal government; I’m here to help.”
Janet, if we respectfully decline your offer of surveillance will we be fined? We don’t want our country mis-handled like you did with the State of Arizona; only just now has it started to recover under Jan Brewer’s guidance.