August 5, 2005, - 6:46 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Joe Webber is my hero. And, yes, he is an ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement) Special Agent in Charge–for Houston.
But he’s the good kind. Not like Abu Moskowitz. Webber reminds me of the days of Gary Waugh, a great American–and one of Abu Moskowitz’s predecessors as Special Agent in Charge in Michigan, the heart of Islamic America. Gary was my friend, and he knew–just like Joe Webber–that his job was to do what’s good for America and our safety as Americans against foreign enemy invaders.
Webber nearly died in 9/11, going back into his offices at the World Trade Center to rescue people. He survived for a reason.
How sad that some newer Homeland Security chieftains are in bed with our enemies–figuratively AND literally. He’s doing more for America’s safety and security on sick leave then Abu Moskowitz will do in a lifetime (though Abu Moskowitz’s damage far surpasses it). If only guys like Joe Webber were running the show, not retiring into the sunset. And if only the Feebs (the FBI) were out of the terrorism picture. Before 9/11 and since, the only thing they’re producing is a bad product.
Who’s looking out for you? After Webber retires, it’s hard to say . . . .
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