Seems like every time I read the news, there's some sort of problem with one of his appointees. Now, it's Napolitano at Homeland Security. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/first100days/2009/02/20/napolitano-violence-mexico-spilling-border/ "Napolitano acknowledged Thursday that violence in Mexico "has risen to very high levels." But she said that although the U.S. is planning for the potential for violence to move north across the border, it hasn't happened yet." Next we have: http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-drug-kidnappings12-2009feb12,0,1264800.story "Arizona has become the new drug gateway into the United States. Roughly half of all marijuana seized along the U.S.-Mexico border was taken on the state's 370-mile border with Mexico. One result is an epidemic of kidnapping that many residents are barely aware of. Indeed, most every other crime here is down. But police received 366 kidnapping-for-ransom reports last year, and 359 in 2007. Police estimate twice that number go unreported." ____________________ Didn't Napolitano hold a rather high office in Arizona? Privy to all manner of information? But up to a thousand kidnappings among Arizona's Mexican drug people is not a problem of violence? I guess that if not many people are aware of a problem, there is not a problem. While the people of Arizona are probably happy she's gone, odds are that they'd prefer she was in a different agency. Preferably the Department of Winds, Waves and Tides. What does Obama do, to find these creatures? Go to Drudge, each morning, and click on "Reuters Odd"?