Is It April Fool’s Day?

I had to check my calendar when I read this a few minutes ago

Acting Gov. and outgoing Senate President Richard Codey (D-Roseland) penned a letter to U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano today asking her to resign based on her response to the attempted bombing of a U.S. airliner.

“Based on the handling of this entire affair, I think it’s time for you to consider stepping down and making room for an individual with more law enforcement and counterterrorism experience to take the reins at the Office of Homeland Security,” wrote Codey in the letter, which was copied to President Obama.

Read the whole thing; I think he’s 100% correct.

But I can’t shake the feeling this is a hoax.

That said, this letter has some lines that have to leave a mark:

Public relations spin to the contrary, I believe there are 300 airline passengers who were onboard Flight 253 and would disagree with your assessment on how well the system “worked.” It was by sheer luck and mechanical malfunction of the bomber’s equipment that the United States was able to avoid tragedy, not through homeland security training and planning.


2 Responses to “Is It April Fool’s Day?”

  1. Gary from Jersey says:

    Ouch! is right. Knowing Codey, he has an ulterior motive (he leads one of the most powerful and corrupt political mafia families in the state) but the message is spot on.

    Still, if a guy that far down the political totem pole is piping up, you gotta wonder if other Dems are thinking the same thing: Obamists are destroying the country and Democrat hegemony with it. Ergo, Janice must go now or they will in November.

  2. Greg Newsom says:

    The government elite are immune from any input from the” people.” They really don’t care.I’m sure of that.
    Their pensions and jobs are beyond any ordinary attack.
    The stimulus package only
    kept those beaurocrats in control for another fiscal year.\
    Sweet Lord why doesn’t President Onama do something to save our economy? We’re collapsing.

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