Wednesday, September 21, 2005

a well-qualified nominee

So, what are the qualifications to run the large federal bureaucracy charged with development and enforcement of immigration policy? Apparently, a couple of staff jobs, having USAF General Richard Meyers as your uncle, and
marrying Homeland Security Secretary Chertoff's chief of staff will do it. What really troubles me is, I see NO indication that 36-year-old Julie Meyers is qualified to deal with the growing influx of illegal Arabian horses crossing our borders from Mexico and Canada. Michael Brown, where are you when we need you?

Ironically, by law to head Immigration and Customs Enforcement, you must have five years of experience in both law enforcement and management -- most jobs have no legal minimum qualifications (see, Head of FEMA). I guess those qualifications are open to interpretation.

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