Those who thought Barack Hussein Obama's first term was too much Hope and not enough Change should be thrilled that, following his reelection, things are now changing in a way which can only be described as fast and furious.
Specifically, Eric Holder has announced that he may be leaving the Justice Department now that he's completed his primary responsibilites of enabling voter fraud for the 2012 elections, arming the Mexican drug cartels, and quashing investigations into Whitehouse security leaks and corruption.
But who could possibly replace this bastion of untruth, injustice, and obfuscation? Howzabout Homeland Security's Janet Napolitano- the alleged woman whose keen powers of legal reasoning brought her to the conclusion that the Ft. Hood massacre was not an act of terror, that the "Underwear Bomber" bringing explosives on a flight but failing to detonate them properly showed "the system is working," and who infamously issued a warning that US military veterans, pro-lifers, and immigration-enforcement advocates should be monitored as possible terror suspects.
But surely putting Janet in charge of the DOJ wouldn't allow anything crazy like subverting the Constitution and throwing people into jail for offensive political speech - right? Right...?
Wrong! Because that's exactly what just happened to Mark Basseley Youssef, the man who made the craptastic "Innocence of Muslims" video, who has just been sentenced to a year in prison for (in the words of Barack Hussein Obama to the United Nations) "slandering the Prophet of Islam."
Of course, the government denies that Mr. Youssef is going to jail for exercising free speech, and instead insists that he's going to the slammer because he used a false name, which Barack Obama suddenly seems to feel is a much bigger crime than when he was filling out scholarship applications as Barry Soetoro, a poor black Indonesian who wanted (and likely received) money reserved for foreign students.
Still, in Barack Obama's second reign of error, none of us has anything to worry about when expressing strong political views antithetical to those of the president as long as we use our real names.
You can count on that, or my name isn't Stilton Jarlsberg.
Napolitano admits she's been dreaming of reassignment for quite awhile.