Michael Chertoff should resign. Why?
Participants confirmed parts of the worldwide simulation challenged government officials and industry executives to respond to deliberate misinformation campaigns and activist calls by Internet bloggers, online diarists whose “Web logs” include political rantings and musings about current events.
His department knowingly conducted an exercise designed to simulate the silencing of free speech in violation of the United States Constitution. He thought online speech was a threat? It ought to be a threat to his job. The President was quick to fire Chertoff’s subordinate Michael Brown for much less. Perhaps Brown ought to be put in charge of the whole Department as he’s clearly more competent.
By way of Hammer of Truth.