June 13, 2007, - 9:21 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Conservative columnist Robert Novak–long referred to as the “Prince of Darkness” in the Washington press corps–cited Julie L. Myers a/k/a “The ICE Princess” in his weekly nationally syndicated column as the symbol of why President Bush has lost prestige and respect among his dwindling Republican base:
Republican insiders who complain about Bush filling mid-level government vacancies with “children” cite a classic case. The President in September 2005 named Julie L. Myers, then 36 years old, to head U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. She has never been confirmed, amid bipartisan agreement that she lacks the five years of management experience required by statute.
Myers is serving on a recess appointment.
For the record, I’m no fan of Bob Novak. While he is usually on target regarding domestic and social issues, he is a self-hating former Jew who is such a supporter of extremist Muslims that he once said on CNN’s “Crossfire” (which he then hosted) that he is a HAMAS supporter.
But regarding The ICE Princess, The Prince of Darkness is right on. As is the rest of his column, this week. I guess it takes a fake Prince to call out a self-anointed Princess.
Julie Myers is the symbol of Bush incompetence and worse. She is the poster child for why we have lost respect for this man. No, the symbol of how this man has squandered any respect he had. 20 million illegal aliens in our midst and counting.
The ICE Princess is the symbol of a lot that is wrong with this Administration. 18 months to go–counting down the minutes.
Speaking of incompetence and disaster, I’ve been getting quite a few reports from the field from various ICE agents who’ve attended the Marcy “Black Ass” Forman a/k/a “Peppermint Patty” Anti-Schlussel World Tour. We’ll post some of those soon.
Keep them coming. Nice to know that a whole summer of the ICE Director of Investigation’s time is not being spent on dealing with stopping illegal aliens, but with stopping me. Hmmm . . . The Prince of Darkness should have added Peppermint Patty to his column
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