Was asking Janet Napolitano if the Arizona border was secure unfair, as she stated when Lindsey Graham asked?
- SugarBearLv 710 years agoBest Answer
Awwwh....the poor baby can't answer the tough questions. You would think she would have at least some knowledge of Arizona.
- fatboyLv 510 years ago
As a former Gov. of Arizona she should know better than most what kind of shape the states borders are in.....sounds like she's avoiding the real issue by stating that's an unfair question..
- Fed Up MacAlpinLv 610 years ago
Not at all. It's funny, when she was Governor of Arizona, she regularly wrote letters to the federal government complaining about the border problem and asking for assistance. She is fully aware of how bad the problem is. Yet, now that she is a member of the Obama administration, suddenly now the borders are secure. No wonder people are disgusted with this government.
- Mike SLv 710 years ago
I don't think so but anytime you ask a dem a question they have no good answer for its an unfair question. He should have asked her how successful her border patrol is in the border. She could have spun that into a seventeen minute diatribe full of anecdotal stories about how many individual illegal border crossers they've caught. You must never put the incumbents chosen servants on the spot for a yes or no answer. Good luck to you
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- 10 years ago
Both parties do this:
"Yesterady on ABC News’ Top Line, House Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-VA) chose the non-committal route. Top Line hosts Rick Klein and David Chalian asked Cantor where he stood on the law four times, but the Virginia Republican refused to go on record either way. At one point, Cantor tried to dismiss the questioning, calling it “a false choice,” without any real explanation as to why "
I'm all for open discussion but don't pretend it only happens on the other side.
- doughtryLv 43 years ago
Why do y'all assume the Democrats to by surprise do all the flaws that the Republicans did not do for 8 years, on superb of changing the extensive mess which you left. Are you attempting to let us know which you're so incompetent which you're able to desire to be excused from doing something, yet that we could desire to consistently elect you besides?
- 10 years ago
Yes, it's unfair because she and all the other liberals know the answer...it's not. Bringing this fact to light would only help justify Arizona's new law and we know we can't have that.
Gees, if we support that law how are all the Spanish/Latino (whatever is pc) Americans going to get ice cream without being harassed as Obama stated?
Yes, as if officers (who are presumed by the left to all be white), have nothing else to do but stake out ice cream stands and call for backup when a family of Latino's shows up for ice cream.
Oh for God sakes.....
- Big One 0909Lv 710 years ago
Oh, NO! not at all.
I would be VERY interested to hear the opinion of the person who thinks that Airline security worked just fine on Christmas day.
- Paul Grass™Lv 710 years ago
No as not only is she director of Home Land Security but also the former Governor of ArizonaSource(s): May God Bless you and keep us all safe from the progressive axis of evil,0bama,Pel0si&Reid
- Anonymous10 years ago
Yes its unfair to ask Democrats Yes or No questions because it forces them to either lie or admit that they're not doing their jobs.Source(s): awesome