April 15, 2009, - 6:20 pm

OUTRAGE-Where’s Immigration (& Customs)?: Michelle Obama Deliberately SNUBS ICE Agents in Homeland Security Speech

By Debbie Schlussel
On Monday, I told you that Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Hussein Obama Idi Amin Dada was scheduled to speak to Department of Homeland Security employees at a Town Hall meeting, Tuesday, bearing a “special message” from the President.
My friends at Homeland Security sent me the transcript of Ms. Thang’s speech, and I noticed something no-one else has, something very disturbing . . . and deliberate:
Incredibly, in her speech to ALL Homeland Security employees, Mrs. Obama thanked every major sub-agency of DHS, EXCEPT the BIGGEST one, ICE–Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In her BS-filled speech, she thanked agents from other agencies for everything from securing our borders and ports to checking luggage. Everything . . . except immigration enforcement (and customs, too). Ah, so that was the “special message” to DHS–that ICE and its thousands of dedicated agents and other employees are persona non grata.

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This was by design. And my sources inside ICE tell me that ICE will basically shift away from enforcing immigration law and focus more on the main aspects of the “C” in ICE–Customs enforcement.
Without that, all the “keeping our borders and ports safe” and “checking luggage in thirteen minutes” stuff is meaningless. Pure crap. If invaders are allowed to remain here once they get in, the rest is just horse manure and meaningless. Putting a band-aid on cancer. And that cancer is growing within because Mrs. Obama’s hubby and his man in charge, Janet Napolitano a/k/a “The Lesbionic Woman,” a/k/a “J-No” is persecuting ICE agents for doing their jobs and won’t let them continue to enforce the law.
And while she could not bring herself to mention those “horrible, unAmerican” people who work for ICE, she did praise the Homeland Security Office of Pandering to Extremist Muslims a/k/a the “Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties” (whose previous chief, Daniel Sutherland, made monthly trips to Dearbornistan to fete FBI award revokee, marriage fraud perpetrator, and “former” PFLP terrorist Imad Hamad and Hezbollah agent Osama Siblani).
Below is the text of her speech, which was–minus the DIRECT SNUB OF OMITTING ICE–mostly nice boilerplate of an ignoramus informing people what they do every day in their jobs, along with a whole lotta Michelle Obama fertilizer. And, even without the snub to ICE, it’s just a tad hypocritical.
On the one hand, she’s applauding DHS agents and employees for keeping us safe and protecting our borders, while on the other hand her husband and his hand-picked DHS chief are releasing illegal aliens who were arrested in legitimate workplace enforcement raids, investigating the agents whom she thanks for protecting us, and making life miserable for them.
Oh, and she coined a new euphemism for anchor babies.
How do you spell “hypocrite” and “phony” at the same time? M-I-C-H-E-L-L-E O-B-A-M-A.
I doubt any DHS employees were fooled by this phony baloney “special message” from the First Ms. Thang:

THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the First Lady
________________________________________________________________
For Immediate Release
April 14, 2009
REMARKS BY THE FIRST LADY TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, D.C.
11:12 A.M. EDT
MRS. OBAMA: Thank you so much. Thank you for coming out on this rainy, cold day. I know how D.C. people don’t like bad weather. (Laughter.) So I really appreciate it.
I want to thank Secretary Napolitano for her kind introduction and for the strong leadership that she’s bringing here to the Department of Homeland Security. We are thrilled to have her. I got to meet Janet on the campaign trail, and she was always one of my favorite people to see. She’s a fighter, she’s a hard worker, and she cares tremendously about each and every one of you, and doing a tremendous job here. So I want to give her a round of applause. (Applause.)
Well, one of the President’s greatest concerns and priorities is the safety and security of the American people

Hmmm . . . What’s she smoking? Who actually believes this crock?

and the more than 180,000 employees of this Department are at the heart of fulfilling that mission. He couldn’t do it without you.

Huh? He’s doing it? He’s the one keeping our nation secure, and DHS employees are like SantObama’s elves, helping wrap the gifts?

While the Department of Homeland Security may be one of the newest cabinet departments, its agencies have served the American people for generations. And some of you right here on this stage behind me have been doing a great job at that, as well, and we’re grateful for your work.
You all stand watch every day over our borders, and our skies, our ports and our transportation systems; you dedicate yourselves to preventing, preparing for and responding to our disasters all over this nation; and you ensure that the nation’s first responders are well-equipped and well-trained.
Many people don’t know what this Department does each year. They hear the initials, but they don’t know what happens here. And this year alone, DHS will award more than $3 billion in grants to states, urban areas and transportation authorities to better prepare our nation and protect our infrastructure. That’s just one of the many things that’s happening. And the budget for next year calls for additional funding in critical areas like border security and immigration services, transportation systems and research and development.
And for many of you, your work takes place behind the scenes. The truth is, is that if you do your jobs well, then few people will ever know about anything that you do. For others, the hope is that you never have to execute much of what you work so hard to prepare for.
But this shouldn’t mean that your services don’t go unappreciated, just because we don’t always know what you do.
Today, for example, the Transportation Security Administration will screen approximately 2 million passengers and their 1.8 million pieces of checked baggage – and the average customer will wait no more than 13 minutes to have that done. Now oftentimes we complain, but the truth is 13 minutes is pretty impressive.

Yeah, and riding on Air Force One you couldn’t give a crap.

Today the U.S. Customs and Border Protection will process more than 1.1 million passengers and pedestrians and inspect more than 70,000 truck, rail and sea containers.
Today the United States Coast Guard will save 14 lives, assist 98 people in distress and monitor the nation’s 15,000 miles of inland waterways.
And an additional 600 Coast Guard personnel are supporting the war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan by patrolling the region, protecting Iraq’s oil platforms in the Persian Gulf and training Iraq forces.
Today the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will naturalize 3,000 new citizens, including 27 who are serving in our military, and then welcome 3,200 new baby citizens to our nation.

And including many new Muslim citizens from Middle Eastern countries who were screened for less than six minutes apiece.
New Euphemism #2 for Anchor Babies: “Baby Citizens.”

And when natural disasters strike, we’re going to rely on the men and women of the Federal Emergency Management Agency to respond and help us begin to repair our communities and put our lives back on track.
The President is committed to ensuring that FEMA has the leadership and resources needed to fulfill that very important mission. And the administration is also committed to helping New Orleans and the Gulf Coast finish the job of rebuilding and becoming stronger than ever in those regions.
Today the Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties will assist the dedicated men and women of this Department in securing our country while preserving our freedoms and our way of life.

Yay! The Homeland Security Extremist Muslim Pandering Office remains open for biz!

And today I want to personally thank the men and women of the United States Secret Service. See, a lot of people don’t even know that they operate under DHS. But it is those men and women who are responsible for the safety and security of the President, the Vice President, me, and our families.

Funny, she wasn’t so appreciative of those Secret Service agents she was on the campaign trail. And I doubt that’s changed. This was for the papers and cameras.

Every day I see how hard they work. Every day I see how much time they spend away from their own families to keep mine safe. And it has been an honor to get to know each and every one of them throughout the course of the campaign, and our day-to-day interactions. They represent the utmost of excellence, and we are so honored to have them serving alongside of us.
But I’m here not just to thank them but to thank all of you. That’s one of the things I’ve been doing over these first few months, is thanking you all for your service to this country, and to ensure that you, as true public servants, don’t get lost behind the numbers and the magnitude of the mission that you have to execute every day — because it’s the employees of this Department who help a family sift through the debris in search of a beloved doll or a teddy bear. It is the employees of this Department who put their lives on the line to protect our borders. It is the employees of this Department who educate our newest citizens. It’s all of you who risk your lives to rescue someone at sea, and who miss Easter or Passover or birthdays or anniversaries with their own families to spend time watching over mine.
So once again my job here is simple: Thank you. Thank you for your service to our country. Thank you for your dedication to keeping America strong. We’re going to need you working harder than ever each and every day in the coming years, and we are grateful for everything you’ve done.
So I’m going to stop now and come down and shake some hands. Thank you so much.

Minor points for the First Lady for not putting Ramadan or either of the Eids in there with Easter and Passover, like her husband would have (but only b/c those haven’t occured in the last few days prior to her speech). But no worries, when those holidays of greater barbaria come, she will overdo it in “correcting” and halal-ing that.

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12 Responses

I’m not surprised–her husband may well not be a citizen of the US!
Why is that affirmative action recipient speaking to ANY government agency, anyhow?

lexi on April 15, 2009 at 6:45 pm

By what authority does Ms Thang have to speak to anyone working for the Federal Government. She was not elected to any thing, zip, nada, Zilch.
She is merely the President’s wife and nothing else.
I am really getting sick and tired of wifes of our Presidents thinking they are some new kind of Royalty with the authority to speak on policy matters.
She should return to the White House and attend to raising her children. She was not elected to squat!!!

ScottyDog on April 15, 2009 at 7:10 pm

“Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Hussein Obama Idi Amin Dada”
That just made me laugh out loud. 🙂

cirrus1701 on April 15, 2009 at 7:31 pm

Michelle Obama, Shesmelle Ovomit

demonneant on April 15, 2009 at 8:56 pm

why do the obamas keep insulting the people of Washington DC about the weather. first it was comments about a snow day and how tough they are in Chicago and don’t have snow days. Now michelle makes fun of the people who were forced to go be in the photo op of her speech. she said:
MRS. OBAMA: Thank you so much. Thank you for coming out on this rainy, cold day. I know how D.C. people don’t like bad weather. (Laughter.) So I really appreciate it.
But her and her hubby are the ones who vacation in Hawaii and keep the White House at over 80 degrees. Hell, barry was so cold there he almost set the place on fire trying to start a fire and not opening the flue in the fireplace.
Yet they insist on insulting the regular little people in their kingdom.

ender on April 15, 2009 at 9:38 pm

“We are thrilled to have her”…just who in the hell is “WE?”. You are a chick who happens to be married to the president…BFD Sister! But if your husband tries to jam another Amnesty up the collective ass of the American public, he will never see another term. Don’t get too comfortable in the White House my dear.

#1Vato on April 15, 2009 at 10:27 pm

That is to say….If Barry tries to pass an amnesty, I don’t think the registered voters will wholeheartedly endorse Barry for a second term. Gotta watch myself. Same reason George W. didn’t touch the immigration issue until well into his second term.

#1Vato on April 15, 2009 at 10:35 pm

A couple of things struck me about her speech. First and foremost, was she using a teleprompter like her hubby??? LOL, no really
1. I got to meet Janet on the campaign trail, and she was always one of my favorite people to see. (Why what how and where did the obama’s meet Janet on the campaign trail, and in what capacity. Everyone they’ve hired, they met on the campaign trail-though it turns out all of these people have family conections that go way back.)
2. She’s a fighter, she’s a hard worker, and she cares tremendously about each and every one of you(thats why she’s having agents suspended and invesigated for doing their jobs.)
3. Why now have this gushing thank you to DHS. Perhaps its because they just released a 10 page manifesto declaring that returning military personel are potential “right wing terrorists” who will follow in the footsteps of Timothy McVeigh. Or that if you are a Conservative, Christian, Gun toting, anti illegal imigration, non Obama supporter you are a potential enemy of the state and terrorist.
4.And when natural disasters strike, we’re going to rely on the men and women of the Federal Emergency Management Agency to respond and help us begin to repair our communities and put our lives back on track.
The President is committed to ensuring that FEMA has the leadership and resources needed to fulfill that very important mission. And the administration is also committed to helping New Orleans and the Gulf Coast finish the job of rebuilding and becoming stronger than ever in those regions.(And she brings up FEMA, well they havn’t done anything about New Orleans, the Gulf Coast, Glaveston or any other disaster struck area, they are toooooooo busy building those FEMA camps equiped with barbed wire to keep people IN, radio towers, helo pads, newly constructed rail systems, and even large GAS OVENS. NO WONDER THERE IS NO MONEY FOR RECONSTRUCTION, ITS ALL GONE TO THE NEW FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS.
Her last line spoke volumes.
(We’re going to need you working harder than ever each and every day in the coming years, and we are grateful for everything you’ve done.)
Yup they’re going to be busy rounding up all the dissenters who oppose King Adolf and Queen Eva Braun

wolf2012 on April 15, 2009 at 11:44 pm

Not quite on par with Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” sermons whilst Ronnie was telling the CIA to JUST FLY LOW: http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB2/nsaebb2.htm

EminemsRevenge on April 16, 2009 at 9:27 am

When I read this line I thought it was odd, “you dedicate yourselves to preventing, preparing for and responding to our disasters…” Our disasters? Was that a freudian slip about this administration? Was she projecting something?

swq on April 16, 2009 at 11:29 am

The only thing that was louder than the First Lady’s failure to mention ICE was the deafening silence from ICE HQ management relative to the snub.
I guess we shouldnt expect anything less.

ICEDover on April 17, 2009 at 3:06 pm

If you all haven’t figuted it out yet, let me clue you in …
NOONE IN ICE GIVES A FLYING F**K ANYMORE.
Just make sure the eagle shits every 2 weeks and make sure you do as little as possible – anything more will get you nothing, and might even get you screwed.
Have a great weekend 🙂

4EVERCUSTOMS on April 17, 2009 at 7:10 pm

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