Thursday, July 13, 2006

Top Ten Cloves: Reasons Why Homeland Security Can’t Fill Cyber Security Post

News Item: Top Cyber Security Post Still Unfilled After a Year

10. Nobody wants job – Fear they will be subpoenaed by Scooter Libby’s lawyers

9. Still pouring through MySpace.Com to get some really good candidates

8. Waiting for Microsoft to release new Vista platform before making any moves

7. Haven’t figured out yet, that if something goes wrong, or there’s a disaster, how we can blame Louisiana officials for it

6. The only people applying for the job come from Dubai companies and we already went through that dance with the Ports Deal

5. It’s on hold, until after the August Connecticut Primary – Joe Lieberman indicated that if he loses, he’s going to put in papers for it

4. Job not sexy enough – Everyone wants to work over in Vice President Cheney’s office, where all the power is

3. If that consultant that broke into the FBI files beats the charges, we’d be happy to talk with him for this post

2. Last two candidates look real good, interviewed well, but then Chertoff goes off and plants a belly kiss on them

1. We just hired Senator Ted Stevens to consult and help us sort through all this Internet stuff

Senator Joe Lieberman (D-CT?) has reportedly told the Department of Homeland Security, that if he loses his Primary Race next month, to Ned Lamont, he’ll likely file papers to take over the top Cyber Security Post

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