Janet Napolitano’s “Lesson Learned” About Big Government

John W. Lillpop

As the Gulf oil crisis enters its fourth week of
unabated failure through the
combined efforts of the Obama
administration and BP, at least one Obama bureaucrat has had an
ephinany about the limitations of big government.

would be Secretary of
Homeland Security
, Janet Napolitano,
who, in rare moment of candor, admitted what conservatives have always

As a rule, government run by liberals gets in the
way and hinders, rather than helps.

OK, so those were
not exactly Nappy’s words, or even a reasonable paraphrase.

as reported at politico.com, in
part, Napolitano did put a well- deserved ding in the armor of her
Marxist boss with these words:

Secretary Janet Napolitano, the first of several
cabinet officials scheduled to testify on Capitol Hill this week, admitted the
government has “limited capability and expertise” in dealing with such
disasters in very deep water.”

That is terrific insight,
Madam Secretary! A first
for you I do believe!

Odd that a similar conclusion was not
reached by the media and leftists during W.’s response to hurricane Katrina!

it was that unsightly R next to President Bush‘s name?

your insight is so profound that you must take the
initiative and share it with President Obama.

You know that tall,
tobacco-addicted fellow in the Oval Office who mistakenly believes that
government should be in charge of every aspect of every
American’s life

*Deciding who should be born
and not,

*Deciding when one has made “enough” money and should
therefore be forced to spread the wealth by an over-bearing, know it
all, Marxist government,

*Deciding when one’s life is no longer
worth the costly care and medicine needed to sustain,and on and on.

Madam Secretary, share your incredible words of wisdom with your
boss and encourage him to get government off the backs of the American people!

more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0510/37355.html#ixzz0oEJEfCg2

W. Lillpop

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