"I'm going to say to those people who say build a fence, 'Come with me when I go to Texas, and I tell the ranchers and the mayors that they may not like it but they're going to get some fencing'. When people say enforce the law in the interior, I'm going to say 'Come with me when we do conduct enforcement operations, and we have to put people in detention and remove them'."How incredibly lame. The Secretary of Homeland Security doesn't like upsetting people who disagree with the laws he's sworn to enforce, so he's going to drag his feet? And he actually has the audacity to say so?
Imagine John Walters balking in the campaign to remove hard drugs from the urban core because the dealers find his initiatives to be bad for business.
Or Robert Mueller whining about how upset members of terrorist cells in the US would be if they found out the Bureau was trying to infiltrate them.
Think if, after calling the police to check out the loud party going on across the street while the parents are out of town, an officer shows up at your door complaining that he doesn't want to approach the kids because they're going to be mad if he makes them turn down the music or confiscates their kegs.
My job's tough. It's hard work, really hard work. Some people don't like the things I do in my hard work. I don't want to do it anymore. If it's that important to you, you do it. But don't try to help me do it, you vigilante!
What a crybaby.