More questions for DHS' Janet Napolitano
In addition to the question here, there are some questions for Janet Napolitano of the Department of Homeland Security below. If you want to block amnesty, putting her on the spot by asking these questions on video at one of her public appearances would be a very effective way to do it; for an action plan see the question authority page. Even if you can't ask a question yourself, you can at the least promote that plan.
Here's one question, more to follow:
1. "On 11/13/09 you said that the DHS has - quote - 'held stakeholder meetings with more than 1,000 people and organizations across the country. The businesses, community leaders, labor leaders, faith groups and law enforcement we’ve met with all have different stories, but they all reach the same conclusion: we need reform.'
Isn't that an admission that you're only receiving input from those on your side? There are tens of millions of Americans who are opposed to "reform", yet you yourself are admitting that you weren't taking their opinion into account. Aren't those tens of millions of Americans also stakeholders? Can you direct us to any meetings you've held at which opponents of "reform" have been able to question you about the many flaws in "reform"?