War on “Man-Caused Disasters”?

It looks like our new Secretary of Homeland Security has a problem with the word terrorism.  Janet Napolitano, for some reason, just decided to not use the word anymore!

Contrast it with the new secretary of homeland security, Janet Napolitano, who, in her first speech and testimony to Congress, the same week as Mr. Mueller’s remarks, did not mention the word terrorism once. This week in an interview with Der Spiegel, she was pressed: “Does Islamist terrorism suddenly no longer pose a threat to your country?” Her reply: “I presume there is always a threat from terrorism.” It’s true she didn’t use the word terrorism in her speech, but she did refer to “man-caused” disasters. “This is perhaps only a nuance, but it demonstrates that we want to move away from the politics of fear.”

I find this to be quite interesting.  Especially since the Obama Regime has used their own “politics of fear” on the American people.   You hear the word crisis being mentioned everywhere.  The economy was being talked down by President Obama.  Why did it go down? Fear.

Napolitano’s attempt to rename terrorism is a “man-caused disaster”. Is she going to rename other things commonly identified in our culture? Oh, that’s not a sandwich.  That’s filling between two slices of bread.  That’s not an airplane.  That’s a winged flying apparatus.  That’s not a crime.  That’s an insubordination to authority.

If Napolitano can rename terrorism, two can play at that game.  I have renamed “administration”, when specifially referring to Obama’s presidency.   Instead, I use the word regime, since this is a more fitting term for the people in Obama’s Cabinet. Washington, you never cease to amuse me.