May 6, 2008, - 11:09 am
About That Immigration Problem: ICE Princess Protects Us From The Invasion of Alien . . . Dinosaur Eggs?!
By Debbie Schlussel
Remember those 20 million plus illegal aliens roaming free in the great American abyss?
Well, somebody–somebody atop Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)–apparently forgot. She–Julie L. Myers, The ICE Princess–thinks the problem is solved. And now she’s concentrating on the more important issue of that illegal invasion of Argentinian dinosaur egg fossils.
I agree that these dangerous fossils are driving down American wages, taking American jobs, and pose a dangerous terrorist and criminal threat to America. And as far as enforcing Customs laws goes, we all know that returning these ancient eggs to South America is far more important than, say, the Hawala money-laundering of millions to Islamic terrorists going on from Dearbornistan–an investigation that ICE Michigan/Ohio Special Agent in Charge Brian Moskowitz abandoned.
Oh, and they enable her an excuse to travel to South America very luxuriously on your dime. Nice work if you can get it . . . and are an expert in Blackface “originality”:
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – A senior U.S. Homeland Security official is in Argentina to discuss money laundering, human trafficking – and dinosaur eggs.
Julie L. Myers plans to hand over to Argentina’s government a cache of more than 3,675 kilograms of fossils seized two years ago at a gem and mineral show in Tucson, Arizona.
American authorities say the fossils – including dinosaur eggs, shell fragments, petrified pine cones and fossilized crabs – were illegally removed from Argentina and offered for sale in the United States.
Experts believe the fossils date from an era between 180 million and 250 million years ago.
Details of a midweek, handover ceremony are still being worked out, with plans to fly the fossils to Argentina shortly.
Myers then plans to visit Uruguay and Brazil.
The egg fossils have been sitting around, collecting dust in the ICE evidence room for over two years. But, suddenly, they are an important cause for a press conference . . . and an “urgent,” well-appointed trip to South America.
Myers could hand over the goods to the Argentinian Ambassador in Washington, instead of wasting your money. That’s what she did when she visited her Islamist friends at the Saudi Embassy to give them coins an American diver legally found in disputed waters and which were from around the 13th Century, prior to the existence of Saudi Arabia. And she didn’t travel to China when she returned fossil eggs to the Chi-Coms.
But giving up an opportunity for you to fund her wasteful, useless South American odyssey would be no fun for this real-life Veruca Salt riding her endless tax-funded golden ticket. Moreover, that would signal that she actually meant what she said when she told U.S. Senators her key qualification to head ICE was her commitment to “financial accountability.”
And we can’t have her actually telling the truth. Remember that “bronzer” she “thought” an agent was wearing?
Look for the Argentinians to give The ICE Princess a queen’s supply of Diet Coke. And for you to be paying a huge tab for the Myers-Wood family vacation in South America. I can just hear “The Girl From Ipanema” muzak playing in the background, while she drinks a margarita.
Heckuva job, Julie.