Children at Recess
You can't be surprised that President Bush goes all out whenever the Congress is out of session. Now that he's hit his three hundred and sixty-fifth day of vacation in his fifth year as President, he's managed to turn the highest station in our government into something of a recess appointment itself.
This week, Bush nominated Julie Myers to a position at the Department of Homeland Security, as the head of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency. Why does Julie Meyers need to bypass the nomination process? She's married to DHS head Michael Chertoff's chief of staff. She's the niece of outgoing Joint Chiefs Chairman Richard Meyers. In short, she's another phony baloney crony dipshit.
But everyone knows that there is cronyism, and there is CRONYISM. As in Kee-ray-zee Ass Kronytastic Kronygasms. Michael Brown riding backwards and blindfolded on an Arabian steed to the rescue style cronyism. How unqualified do you have to be that the President is too scared to put your nomination before a legislative body that his very own party controls?
It's enough to make you wonder: how outrageously out-of-bounds does a wiretap request have to be for the rubber-stamp-happy, available 24-hours-a-day FISA courts to say no?— DCEIVER