Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Homeland Security Official Exposed as Clown

Consider the following passage from a Fox News story. It begins with an observable, verifiable fact and concludes with an utterly moronic observation via a typically dense Obama administration idiotarian:
More than a dozen detainees transferred to Yemen reportedly have returned to fight with Al Qaeda. But on Sunday Deputy National Security Adviser for Counterterrorism and Homeland Security John Brennan did not rule out sending Yemeni detainees back to that country.
Minister of Propagand Press Secretary Gibbs tries first to defuse the issue ex post facto:
The U.S. will not transfer any detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Yemen right now, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Tuesday.
But, after carefully slipping in that "right now," he proceeds to step in the doo-doo, too:
Ninety detainees in Gitmo are from Yemen, which is combating a resurgent Al Qaeda. A delayed return could mean they will end up in a federal prison in Thomson, Illinois, Gibbs said.
Is that a threat, dude? In your boss' home state, no less?? Illinoisians must indeed be pleased to have their guy in the White House.

I am beginning to think that the Obama campaign must have borrowed Steve Jobs' famous reality distortion field to conceal their true nature and thus ensure winning the 2008 election. It's the only possible explanation I can come up with. The American people are simply too intelligent to have consciously elected these politically tone-deaf Bozos.

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