December 21, 2010, - 11:19 am
First, Barack Obama told us there are 57 states in the Union. Now, Department of Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano says there are 364 days in a year. It’s not just Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents who are snickering at their utterly ignorant boss, it’s their young kids.
Yesterday, an ICE agent’s young child was watching ABC “World News Tonight” with his dad, and saw this video below. The agent told me his child asked, “Dad, isn’t that your boss on TV? Doesn’t she know there are 365 days in a year?” ICE is Homeland Security’s largest and most prominent agency, and as I’ve told you before, ICE agents are mostly demoralized and have no confidence in Napolitano. That she doesn’t know basic stuff that a young kid knows–like how many days there are in a year–just adds to it. The woman is a moron.
Says the embarrassed agent:
I have to report to someone who doesn’t know how many F-ING days are in a year. In the words of Charlie Brown, we’re doomed.
On the other hand, maybe there is one day when Islamic terrorists and other illegal aliens and weapons smugglers can do as they wish. Maybe there’s one day when her agents and employees aren’t on duty 24/7. But some would argue that’s actually the case 364, er . . . 365 days a year, due to her horrid, um, “leadership.”
Artwork by David Lunde/Lundesigns
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