Friday, April 17, 2009

Napolitano Apologizes: Leftist Style

Typical of the Left, their courage lasts only as long as the Patchouli hasn't worn off.

After being forced to hold her nose and meet with the American Legion, DHS (Dept Homeland Security) Secy Janet Napolitano is backed into a corner, and then fakes sincerity with a mealy-mouthed "apology" that fools no one.

To the extent veterans read it as an accusation, an apology is owed. (source)

Given the withering light of day, and having to finally show bravery in a life that apparently isn't used to such things, this Leftist crybaby did what all too many of these bedwetters do: conjur up something that they had nothing close to actual experience in, but claim that said incident drove them to their phobic reaction (such as associating all veterans with Timothy McVeigh).

Hear this limosine liberal explain her rationale:
“I have to tell you, I was the United States Attorney for Arizona in the 90’s when Tim McVeigh bombed the Murrow building in Oklahoma City and unfortunately he was a vet — that’s where he got his training,” she said. “And so when I was told about the report, it rang true with me. This has happened in the past.” (source)

*sigh*

Why can't any liberal ever say what they mean, and mean what they say? It reveals their character when they repeatedly hide behind things that are obvious smokescreens. If Napolitano is SO stupid that she thinks the US Army teaches us infantry soldiers (which Timothy was, and so was I), to mix nitrogen fertilizer and gasoline in exact measurements in the back of a truck for remote detonation, she shouldn't be given the job, trust, or government clearance she has.

My guess is that of course she knows we're not trained for that kind of warfare, but that it sounds plausible for making the atrocious claim she did in her alarmist report only days earlier about "right-wing extremism". She is merely doing her administration's bidding of arousing civil unrest against what Barry considers to be his "enemies": Conservatives, veterans, and the GOP.

America needs to be afraid. Be very, very, afraid.

2 comments:

James Yanke said...

Napolitano's use of the 1995 Oklahoma City attack as an example of why US military veterans are supposedly a threat to us all certainly is intriguing-

That bombing was a single event, almost 14 years ago- but hasn't Al Qaida staged hundreds of attacks on US interests since then? Why so little mention of them since she was appointed three months ago- isn't keeping a lid on those medieval savages 80% of her job description? Isn't that why the Department of Homeland Security created in the first-place?

Apparently there is no bounds to what government assets Obama will prostitute for his own purposes… while neglecting daunting, actual threats in the meantime.

So all who wondered why Obama chose this obedient toady to head Homeland Security now have their answer: a serious choice who would have focused upon real terrorist threats -not imaginary, partisan ones- like, say, a Rudolph Giuliani, wouldn't have been a willing participant in such a sham report.

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John Galt said...

Right on, James! Thanks for the comment.

Barry is turning executive branch agencies on our own citizens. This is turning out to be a nightmare far worse than what we imagined, I believe.

I look forward to checking out your blog.