A series on stupid things people say that clearly show they have no friggin' clue:
Of all the stupid things for a member of b. Hussein’s administration to say. Then again, stupid statements from these incompetents seem to come flying at us daily, so who the hell am I kidding?
Still…this one may be the dumbest of them all…Janet Napolitano, the latest Obama administration figure in need of a teleprompter, said this outrageousness Monday in an interview with CBC of Canada:
NM: I'm going to quote you here. A couple of weeks ago, you said that, you cited a feeling in the United States that if things — this is a quote — "are being done on the Mexican border, they should also be done on the Canadian border. We shouldn't go light on one border and not on the other."Wonders never cease. It’s inconceivable that the head of Homeland Security could be so ill-advised as to quote a rumor from 8 years ago as fact today, not to mention touch off a border dispute with a friendly neighbor with more than a few conservatives…then again, with these buffoons in charge, maybe it does make sense.
You know 6,000 civilians were killed in drug violence in Mexico last year. They export kidnappings. I think we can all agree that's not happening in Saskatchewan. Why the need for same level of security on the Canadian border as on the Mexican border given two drastically different realities?
JN: Look, the comment you read of course was taken out of context. The law doesn't differentiate. The law says the borders are the borders and these are the kind of things that have to be done at the borders.
Secondly, yes, Canada is not Mexico, it doesn't have a drug war going on, it didn't have 6,000 homicides that were drug-related last year. Nonetheless, to the extent that terrorists have come into our country or suspected or known terrorists have entered our country across a border, it's been across the Canadian border. There are real issues there.
NM: Are you talking about the 9/11 perpetrators?
JN: Not just those but others as well. So again, every country is entitled to have a border. It's part of sovereignty. It's part of knowing who's in the country.
One thing I do know: This is not what South Park was aiming for with "Blame Canada":
Listen, we all know Napolitano’s still suffering from losing her promised sexual reorientation surgery from b. Hussein’s 2010 budget after yesterday’s $100 million in cuts (that will take years to go into effect) in an effort to appease the 1 million-plus who attended last week’s tea parties. Oh, I’m just kidding…she’s already really a man.
But, really, Janet, if you’re going to be trusted to handle security in this country -- granted, your boss isn’t doing you any favors with his French-kissing of Hugo Chavez and playing footsy with Daniel Ortega and sending love letters and videos to Hamas and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad -- you really need to read the 9-11 Commission Report.
Maybe you're just trying to deflect attention from your other idiocy of the month.
Don’t count on it. We already know you need to read The Border for Dummies.
SHUT YOUR FRIGGIN’ YAP!