Sunday, June 6, 2010
Boxer's Opponent says he could be bribed like Sestak.
California's Mickey Kaus,primary campaign opponent of Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer,said he would accept no ordinary federal bureaucrat's job. However, he could be purchased by employment as:
--Head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement to push for an actual physical fence on the Mexico border to stop illegal immigrants and to end the "anointed incumbent...Boxer's obsessive talk of amnesty, sorry, 'a path to citizenship'" that actually acts as a powerful lure for even more illegal immigrants.
--Second, Kaus kindly offers, Obama could put him on the National Labor Relations Board so he could thwart "Big Labor's attempt to add to their dwindling memberships by avoiding secret ballots in union organizing drives."
--Finally, Kaus offered to accept an administration job offer to the Department of Education to write "a scathing report" on California teachers' unions and their deleterious impact on the state.