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Mon May 15, 2017, 09:38 PM

NEW F.B.I.-DIRECTOR JOB APPLICATION (Humor - or maybe not)

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http://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/new-f-b-i-director-job-application

Thank you for your interest in becoming the new director of the F.B.I.! As you know, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is vital to maintaining law and order in the United States. To insure that you’re qualified for the job, please answer the questions below.

1. In times of war, the President’s powers are:

a) Limitless.
b) Very, very big.
c) Unlawful to question.
d) All of the above.


2. In times of peace, the President’s powers are:

a) Identical to his wartime powers.


3. Should a President’s Administration be suspected of having colluded with a foreign government to fraudulently win an election, the proper response by the F.B.I. would be to:

a) Delay any investigation until the President has left office, thereby assuring smooth executive governance.
b) Ask the President if this is true; accept the answer unquestioningly.
c) Watch a little “Fox & Friends” before making any big decisions.
d) Such a scenario would not occur.


4. If the F.B.I.—against all logic—were to begin investigating collusion, and the F.B.I. director were then terminated for totally unrelated reasons, it would be the responsibility of the incoming director to:

a) Bring the investigation to an immediate halt.
b) Apologize to the President on behalf of all law enforcement.
c) Locate the previous F.B.I. director; jail him.
d) Take another look at that Podesta guy. Something’s not right.


Much more at link.

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