Mike Huckabee News
Jun 17 2013
On “Hogan’s Heroes,” Sgt. Schultz was famous for saying, “I know NOTH-ing!” I’m starting to think that should replace “In God We Trust” as the motto of our federal government. Our current leaders seem to have the same excuse for every scandal: cluelessness. Last week, FBI Director Robert Mueller was grilled by Congress about some of the recent scandals. Like Attorney General Eric Holder before him, or President Obama, who only knows what he reads in the papers, Mueller claimed to know nothing. For instance, who’s in charge of the investigation into the IRS targeting of Tea Party groups? He had no idea. Obama vowed to get to the bottom of it, but the victims claim nobody’s even contacted them to get their side of the story. So either Mr. Muelller has no idea who’s in charge of his own agency’s most important current investigation, or maybe there is no investigation and they’re hoping this will all blow over once vacation season arrives.
Mueller also claimed that the NSA program that’s gathering data on millions of Americans is vital to preventing terrorist attacks, and it could have even prevented 9/11. How? Well, he’s vague on that. Especially since it didn’t prevent the Fort Hood shooting or the Boston Marathon bombing, even with the culprits in both cases spending more time on cell phones and the Internet than the Justin Bieber fan club. We’re simply expected to trust people who’ve repeatedly proven themselves untrustworthy…to believe our personal information won’t be leaked, even though we only know about this story thanks to it being leaked…and to be willing to give up our freedom in exchange for protecting our freedom. If our leaders think the American people will agree to all that, then they must think we’re as all as clueless as they profess to be.
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