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Homeland Securit priorities

November 19, 2013

Ask most people what they believe is top priority at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and they are likely to say battling terrorists....

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Legend

Nov-20-13 9:10 PM

The nations republican governors are currently meeting in scottsdale AZ. One of them, in an interview, said they will be sending a message to Wash. reds that t party and hard right red politics are destroying their party. a prayer is answered and hope spews from the phoenix area. if u ever go--try the organ pizza. an organ rises from the basement while it is played--rather neat.

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Legend

Nov-20-13 1:13 PM

rjh: once i had a rash my doctor called chutzpah--he said my ins. wouldn't cover anything that wouldn't kill me. i switched ins., put a mud pack with added buffalo berries on the chutzpah and it cleared up. now we have an irritation called tparty and some people like it. make them next in line for hs head. they seem to know everything.

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takkak

Nov-20-13 10:45 AM

It's a figurehead position.

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Legend

Nov-20-13 9:50 AM

His code name is bengazNO. Job: get fox to stop bengazi talk. Or maybe a t party plant disguised as a dem. staffer. I want to think no one in Gov't. could be that stupid but i am reminded i have heard members of the t party speak. i support the article and the exposing of stupid because the right has a monoply on it. it is only newsworthy because it is uncommon with the left.

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JackAaah

Nov-20-13 8:08 AM

But, my friend Rugby, HS does provide for a LOT of government jobs, jobs with pensions and benefits...maybe they could just 'be there' in order to get those gifts from our government? Maybe we should just not obligate them to provide any 'service' for that compensation? Just a gift from us willing taxpayers?

Come Together

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The1RugbyReader

Nov-20-13 12:35 AM

Instead of being critical of the president's choice to head the DHS, why does the MDN not support the elimination of the DHS. The DHS is is yet another unnecessary layer of government bureaucracy that impedes our progress as a nation, and as a people. What does the DHS do for US? Nothing, except line the pockets of a few politicians, some lobbyists, and a handful of contractors. Is this good for Americans? I say, no, it is not good for US.

Peace and Semper Fidelis...

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rajiihammr

Nov-19-13 6:54 PM

This newspaper's editorial staff has the chutzpah to criticise the use of someone else's answers to a question? Pot to kettle....

Maybe they were great answers.

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LOLMinot

Nov-19-13 12:54 PM

In other news, the MDN is moving it's operations to Leith, ND.

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centerfield

Nov-19-13 10:21 AM

Man, they must be printing those answers out just like the Republican talking points that those Senators/congresspeople/talk show hosts, fox News, Rush, and the rest use every day. Besides, the right is just blocking every nominee anyway. What is the problem with protecting the people from terrorist? The nominee should not have that as a concern?

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