Napolitano to Step Down as Homeland S...

Napolitano to Step Down as Homeland Security Chief

There are 117 comments on the Wall Street Journal story from Jul 12, 2013, titled Napolitano to Step Down as Homeland Security Chief. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, one of the president's original cabinet appointees, announced her resignation Friday morning, having been nominated to serve as president of the University of California system.

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fingiswold

Newark, OH

#57 Jul 14, 2013
EASY MONEY wrote:
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Damn I'll sure second that!
If I never have to look at that extremely unattractive blob of human flesh that turned traveling into a nightmare, with her gestapo tactics, I'll be one happy voter. Now she can pull her liberal, socialist, lesbian ideas for the college students to endure.
i'm sure the ladyboys in bang-kok take care of all your needs without real women being involved...probably why you hate women so much, huh?
fingiswold

Newark, OH

#59 Jul 14, 2013
Meat Drapes wrote:
<quoted text>I know wasn't that cool, that was right after she ate a baby and kicked a puppy, such a brave woman, er, wait...
what i said really happened, you seem to be on drugs, though
fingiswold

Newark, OH

#60 Jul 14, 2013
American_Idiot wrote:
Zimmerman FREE and now this.
Oh man, did we hit the fascist jackpot or what??
LOL
Good riddance America we wont miss you.
let's hope it hits you back, and hard...:)

“The "entitled" =communist.”

Since: May 10

MY MONEY, come take it.

#61 Jul 14, 2013
swedenforever wrote:
We have 0 tolerance for uncivil/unethical behavior
The uncivil explains itself, but I'd have to know your definition of unethical behavior before I could agree. You see I have a fairly long list of unethical behavior going on in our government and alot of it has Napolitano's signature on it. I know your first impulse would be to bring up Bush, but that's unacceptable. This is not the school yard. At this point I dont care what Bush ever did and it does not give the present administration the right to be unethical.
spud

United States

#62 Jul 15, 2013
American_Infidel wrote:
Jan Brewer should replace her, she'd make an excellent Homeland Security chief but Obama's too stupid to know that.
I agree, but I think Obama is afraid of her. Not only that but Obama only appoints people who will implement his stupid progressive ideology. Napolitano and Holder are prime examples of Obama appointees. Both of them aided and abetted this illegal alien invasion.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#63 Jul 15, 2013
I refuse to celebrate until I see who takes her place...you know how that goes. There could be an even bigger liar and jerk taking her place.
spud

United States

#64 Jul 15, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
I refuse to celebrate until I see who takes her place...you know how that goes. There could be an even bigger liar and jerk taking her place.
You're absolutely right. Just when you think he couldn't possibly sink any lower with his appointments, he'll pull out another doozie.
chisholm

Columbus, OH

#66 Jul 15, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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she can go on dancing with the stars as Chaz bono's partner...he'll probably let her lead, since shes more manly
Are you nine years old or something?
chisholm

Columbus, OH

#67 Jul 15, 2013
MD Conservative wrote:
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Yes the war on terrorism is a tough one. Shame that she considers Americans and our Great Heroes who served in Iraq and Afghanistan as the terrorists.
You're 10 IQ points short of retard Skippy.
Not what happened, but by all means blame her for trying to do her job.

Nothing "heroic" about the unnecessary and pointless war in Iraq or the never-ending and pointless occupation of Afghanistan, either. Calling someone a "hero" merely because they chose to serve is typical of the military industrial type...as is calling someone who disagrees with you a "retard."

Poor post.
Brenda besson

United States

#68 Jul 15, 2013
chisholm wrote:
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Not what happened, but by all means blame her for trying to do her job.
Nothing "heroic" about the unnecessary and pointless war in Iraq or the never-ending and pointless occupation of Afghanistan, either. Calling someone a "hero" merely because they chose to serve is typical of the military industrial type...as is calling someone who disagreeos with you a "retard."
Poor post.
she was a useless cow,glad shes gone,
Brenda besson

United States

#69 Jul 15, 2013
American_Infidel wrote:
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A lot!!
Most ugly people lack self confidence, most lesbos are crazy and lack character, decency and good judgement.
she did not do her job,coz obama told her not to.she was a useless cow.any one can do her job,dont let the illegals in,how hard is that not.very hard when you dont allow your ice agents to do there job,thats why I love chris crane,i love snowden also heros
chisholm

Columbus, OH

#73 Jul 15, 2013
Brenda besson wrote:
<quoted text>she was a useless cow,glad shes gone,
Who knows, maybe someone's saying the same thing about you..:)
chisholm

Columbus, OH

#74 Jul 15, 2013
MD Conservative wrote:
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BTW scums1t. Denial is not a river in Egypt.
Typical scumsh1t libturd. Quick to deny facts.
"... the return of military veterans facing significant challenges reintegrating into their communities could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone-wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks." - Janet Napolitano
Don't let facts interfere with your denial dumbsh1t.
Damm you are one ignorant SOB. Did you manage to graduate the 2nd grade? Opps rhetorical question. Of course not.
Yes, that's what she said. This is what YOU said she said:

"Shame that she considers Americans and our Great Heroes who served in Iraq and Afghanistan as the terrorists."

See the difference? You distorted what she said and what Homeland Security's policy was. Angry, resentful vets with PTSD could indeed represent a threat. It would only take one or two to pull off something like Oklahoma City. PREVENTING Oklahoma City-type attacks WAS HER JOB. Do you understand a little now?

Or are you just going to continue acting like an angry, petulant little boy? And here I'd thought you might be serious...obviously I was completely wrong about that.

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#75 Jul 15, 2013
Jack from Bedias wrote:
<quoted text>The uncivil explains itself, but I'd have to know your definition of unethical behavior before I could agree. You see I have a fairly long list of unethical behavior going on in our government and alot of it has Napolitano's signature on it. I know your first impulse would be to bring up Bush, but that's unacceptable. This is not the school yard. At this point I don't care what Bush ever did and it does not give the present administration the right to be unethical.
In the Zimmerman case, In my opinion he (Zimmerthug) has a negative view of african americans based on his past statements, the amount of calls made to the 911 operators in recent months i.e. these people always get away with it, what's he doing here, not followings instructions from law enforcement..this shows a pattern of racist profiling ok whatever its not criminal but I dont trust his motives-I repeat-he's shown enough ignorance here that I think he would be responsible in a civil court-SWDNFRVR you're proud Neomarxist

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#76 Jul 15, 2013
Jack from Bedias wrote:
<quoted text>The uncivil explains itself, but I'd have to know your definition of unethical behavior before I could agree. You see I have a fairly long list of unethical behavior going on in our government and alot of it has Napolitano's signature on it. I know your first impulse would be to bring up Bush, but that's unacceptable. This is not the school yard. At this point I dont care what Bush ever did and it does not give the present administration the right to be unethical.
In general Prez Obama has improved the economy #1, national security I think he hasnt pulled us out of the middle east fast enough and Im sure he wanted to do more..just because 4 people die in Benghazi-the radical religous right want to say its his administrations fault but I was staunchly against the Iraqi invasion and my NeoCon friends were calling me a traitor (in fun) but we lost 5000 troops and no wmds..but I cant talk about Bush well do the math..that was a global mistake by this country that helped cause the Benghazi attacks on the anniversary of 911 in my opinion..
chisholm

Columbus, OH

#77 Jul 15, 2013
swedenforever wrote:
<quoted text> In the Zimmerman case, In my opinion he (Zimmerthug) has a negative view of african americans based on his past statements, the amount of calls made to the 911 operators in recent months i.e. these people always get away with it, what's he doing here, not followings instructions from law enforcement..this shows a pattern of racist profiling ok whatever its not criminal but I dont trust his motives-I repeat-he's shown enough ignorance here that I think he would be responsible in a civil court-SWDNFRVR you're proud Neomarxist
The prosecution erred by not putting his racial profiling of young black males at the center of their case. Showing his racial biases would've gone a long way toward showing that he was the aggressor and Martin was the one defending himself from attack by an unknown and hostile individual.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#78 Jul 15, 2013
give it a rest professor, nobody is listening to you.
chisholm

Columbus, OH

#83 Jul 15, 2013
Just An Honest Man wrote:
<quoted text>Btw, when is Obama gonna close Gitmo like he promised 6 years ago?
He should've closed it already. Pisses me off that he has not done so.
chisholm

Columbus, OH

#84 Jul 15, 2013
Just An Honest Man wrote:
<quoted text>The FBi investigated those allegations of racism be Zman and found no evidence to support them. Give it up scumbag. Zman is a free man! NOT GUILTY! Accept it! [email protected]!
Cite this alleged "investigation," please. We know that he was suspicious of young black males, considered them a threat to his neighborhood, and that he stated 'they always get away' as he chased after Martin.

He was acquitted, but remains GUILTY.
chisholm

Columbus, OH

#87 Jul 15, 2013
Just An Honest Man wrote:
<quoted text>The only difference between you and him is that after shooting off his mouth he realized he couldn't close it and you're still stupid enough to believe it is feasible.
Thanks for admitting your question wasn't a serious one. You're just a noisy troll, apparently.

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