August 28, 2006, - 10:09 am
By Debbie Schlussel
More proof that going to Harvard doesn’t make you a genius. This guy got two degrees from Harvard Hates America. And he still can’t get it right.
On Thursday, Homeland Security’s failed chieftain, Michael Chertoff a/k/a “Mr. Burns,” once again spouted his support for amnesty for illegal aliens a/k/a a “guest worker program.”
At the Harlingen, Texas border, he said that the Border Patrol will not be able to sutain progress in arresting aliens at the border unless Congress passes “broad” immigration reforms. You know what that means. “Broad” means stupid. As in, amnesty.
According to USA Today, Chertoff said
DHS needs to focus on ‘the drug dealers, the criminals, even the terrorists’ trying to sneak across the southern border. It can only do that, he said, if the majority of migrants crossing to find work are allowed to do so through a ‘guest worker’ program.
Attention, 2-time Harvard grad Chertoff, how exactly will you stop terrorists–who usually have no previous criminal record of any sort–from crossing the border, if you open the border to them as “guest workers”?
None of the Nineteen 9/11 hijackers had criminal records. None would have been turned away from a guest worker program. None. None. None.
In fact, the database that DHS uses for background checks for those seekign citizenship–the same database they will use for a guest worker program–does not even access all the terrorist databases. It has access to only low-level databases, and will miss even many of those on various lists of terrorists.
And there have been many reports that Muslims are coming into the country through Mexico, where they’ve learned to speak Spanish and pose as Mexicans and other Latinos.
It figures a two-time Ivy Leaguer has no competence when it comes to the real world and good old common sense. They don’t teach you those things at Harvard Hates America. If you didn’t have them coming in, you don’t have then coming out.
And Chertoff is Exhibit A for that.
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