Michael Chertoff's lack of guts

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Nick Leeson Jr, Jul 11, 2007.

  1. On Terrorism:

    U.S. Homeland Surrender Secretary Michael Chertoff had told the Chicago Tribune’s editorial board his “gut feeling” was that the United States faced an increased risk of attack this summer.

    On illegal immigration:

    "We're going to continue to enforce the law. It's going to be tough," Michael Chertoff said. "We don't really have the ability to enforce the law with respect to illegal work in this country in a way that's truly effective."

    Michael Chertoff, the Secretary of Homeland Surrender sounded as if he had been defeated personally when the Senate failed to invoke cloture on the so-called “comprehensive immigration reform” bill late last month. He went on to say that the Department of Homeland Security would “have” to enforce the laws even though it would “tear families apart” as a consequence. Whose side are you on, Secretary Chertoff? Clearly not the American people’s side.

    Its difficult for me to believe Chertoff has a gut feeling on anything, when clearly he has no guts. These two statements made this week ONCE AGAIN display his complete lack of credibility and intregity. What a shithead. If the Dept of homeland surrender simply enforced the US laws there would be no immigration problem. I hate to go down this road, but "having a gut feeling" is the epitome of a red herring . . .
  2. Turok


    What a strange post ... you're using two completely separate and distinct definitions of the word "gut(s)" and saying that because of you believe he hasn't shown "guts" (fortitude), he can't have a "gut" (intuition) feeling about something or other.



    PS: Chertoff is useless IMO
  3. Lucrum


    Horse dookie, impose an exorbitant fine on employers of illegal immigrants and enforce it. For lack of work they will pack up and go back to where they came. The same way they got here in the first place.
  4. I heard him say in an interview that the reason they had built so little of the fence was due to engineering problems. the host pointed out that the Hoover Dam was built in less time. They had a couple of engineering problems too but somehow built a humongous dam. These clowns can't, read won't, built a dinky little fence.

    The only reason not to demand his resignation is because of who Bush might replace him with.
  5. Lucrum


    I read in the paper today that a number of local governments are imposing fines and loss of business licenses.

    Naturally the ACLU is opposed to the measures.

    How much "engineering" does it take for a fence any way? Gumby and Pokey probably could have had it done by now.
    The only reason there isn't already a fence is that the powers that be simply don't want one.
  6. the aclu pretends to fight for our "rights," but in reality they are just another tool to take down this country to third world status. i am sure if you followed the money it would lead you back to the same people that want the nau and global governance.

    as far as chertoff goes, he never wanted a border to begin with. he isn't worried about our security... he just wants an excuse to chip us. fkr!
  7. This particular appointee wouldn't be a Bush appointee, you know, the type that doesn't get elected, and Bush has the right to handpick?

    It is tremendously funny watching the fruits of your own labor (2 time voter for Bush) put the blame on him, and not you and your klannish that put him in office....

    Yes, I blame you. You voted for Bush...

  8. So now another conspiracy theory about the A.C.L.U.'s motives, the same A.C.L.U. that worked to help Rush Fatbaugh and Bob Barr...

    You really are too stupid to imagine being serious...

  9. I refuse to play the blame game. I am a uniter, not a divider.
  10. The nation's most formidable legal lobby, the ACLU, was founded in 1920 by the avowedly socialist Roger Baldwin, following his imprisonment for draft evasion, along with an assortment of Communist Party officials, radicals and anarchists. Baldwin, who directed the ACLU from 1920 to 1950, wrote for his college-reunion yearbook in 1935: "I have continued directing the unpopular fight for the rights of agitation, as director of the American Civil Liberties Union.... I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal." This sort of history has tended to annoy conservatives and, though a few have been able to overlook it to join, most have avoided membership in the ACLU Nonetheless, it now boasts a 50-state network including 300 local chapters.

    *John Elvin, "Can a Political Odd Couple Reconcile Its Differences," Insight on the News 28 July 1997, Questia, 31 Dec. 2004 .

    Roger Baldwin, the first director of the ACLU, was also a communist. He explains in his book, Liberty Under the Soviets, "I joined. I don�t regret being a part of the Communist tactic, which increased the effectiveness of a good cause. I knew what I was doing. I was not an innocent liberal. I wanted what the Communists wanted. Roger Baldwin - Founded the ACLU in 1920. Several crucial leaders of the ACLU were members of the Communist Party. Earl Browder, then General Secretary of the Communist Party, said the ACLU functioned as "a transmission belt" for the party. Baldwin also stated �We are for SOCIALISM, disarmament, and ultimately for abolishing the state itself... We seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class, and the SOLE CONTROL of those who produce wealth. COMMUNISM is the goal.
    #10     Jul 12, 2007