Thursday, April 23, 2009

These Are Not the Droids You Seek

DHS Secretary uses Jedi powers to advance agenda of Sith Lord.

In order to allow easily manipulated illegal immigrants the right to vote without being a citizen (as they do in socialist multi-cultural suicidal Europe), Obama et. al, are trying to stop the discussion about our sieve of a southern border. May also tie into their North American Union goals. In order to accomplish this distraction, why not have your lackey say something terribly outlandish about the northern border. This could all be part of some grand plan, she's just an idiot, or both.

Story here and in following oped. Congrats to Obama for continuing to piss off our trusted allies: UK and Canada.

National Post editorial board

National Post Published: Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Can someone please tell us how U. S. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano got her job? She appears to be about as knowledgeable about border issues as a late-night radio call-in yahoo.

In an interview broadcast Monday on the CBC, Ms. Napolitano attempted to justify her call for stricter border security on the premise that "suspected or known terrorists" have entered the U. S. across the Canadian border, including the perpetrators of the 9/11 attack.

All the 9/11 terrorists, of course, entered the United States directly from overseas. The notion that some arrived via Canada is a myth that briefly popped up in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, and was then quickly debunked.

Informed of her error, Ms. Napolitano blustered: "I can't talk to that. I can talk about the future. And here's the future. The future is we have borders."

Just what does that mean, exactly?

Just a few weeks ago, Ms. Napolitano equated Canada's border to Mexico's, suggesting they deserved the same treatment. Mexico is engulfed in a drug war that left more than 5,000 dead last year, and which is spawning a spillover kidnapping epidemic in Arizona. So many Mexicans enter the United States illegally that a multi-billion-dollar barrier has been built from Texas to California to keep them out.

In Canada, on the other hand, the main problem is congestion resulting from cross-border trade. Not quite the same thing, is it?

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