April 24, 2009, - 3:29 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Yesterday, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employee sent me this comment regarding news of new ICE chief nominee John Morton’s testimony at confirmation hearings.
Looks like it’s time to come up with a new nickname for The ICE Princess’ replacement.
The ICE person suggests Mor(t)on, which is intersting.
For new readers, “The ICE Princess” was my very appropriate nickname for incompetent and unqualified former Bush ICE chieftess Julie L. Myers, the spoiled niece of General Richard Myers who selfishly chose herself for the job when she was recruiting for it a the Bush White House personnel office.
Like Myers, the new guy doesn’t have any law enforcement experience. Sorry, but being a lawyer–even a prosecuting attorney–is NOT law enforcement. Unless you’ve had a badge and a gun, you ain’t law enforcement.
And like Myers, it’s gonna be a disaster. Perhaps it won’t be as much of a train wreck. But it’ll be pretty bad. It’s bad enough already. Still, he won’t be as ripe a target for my site and the Photoshop biz. And at least his appointment will get ICE’s own George Costanza, John P. Torres, an uber-narcissist thug, out of the driver’s seat at the agency.
I’ve thought about new names, and the best I can do is “The ICE Sheikh” (very apropros now that were in the Hussein Obama era). “ICE Bitch” would probably be more fitting, since ICE–and Morton–is now DHS secretary Janet Napolitano a/k/a “The Lesbionic Woman“‘s bitch. And since she is investigating and persecuting ICE agents for doing their jobs and giving work permits to the illegal aliens they arrested. Or ICE Mor(t)on will do. Maybe you can come up with a better moniker for Mr. Morton.
In the meantime, check out what Mr. Mor(t)on said–the reason we’re already searching for a new nickname for him:
ICE Nominee: I’ll Focus on Employers, Not Immigrants
“President Barack Obama’s choice to head the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency plans to target unscrupulous employers who hire illegal immigrants by stepping up prosecutions and civil fines against them – rather than the people they hire. John Morton, a career federal prosecutor, said in his Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday that the administration also plans to eventually require mandatory use of the online E-Verify database to enable employers to check the immigration status of new hires.”
Um, that’s been tried before–the E-Verify program, but Congress (that means, Senator Leahy) tabled it and the funding, which means E-Verify ends on September 30th, just a few months away. So you already know Morton’s lying and BS-ing. And since he can’t use E-Verify and he won’t go after illegal aliens, Jose and Ahmed, this is your era. Bring the whole family.
Our friend, Bonzer Wolf, has much more on the new ICE Mor(t)on.