Severe retards and loonies sought to staff the DOJ 5

More than they have already? Seems so.

Christian Adams tells this hilarious story:

The PJ Tatler has obtained documents from the Justice Department detailing efforts to recruit attorneys and staff … who have “psychiatric disabilities” or “severe intellectual disabilities.” On May 31, 2012, Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez issued a directive to affirmatively recruit people with these “targeted disabilities.”

This DOJ policy does not merely involve prohibitions against discrimination, but rather the documents reveal deliberate recruitment efforts to hire as attorneys and staff for the Department of Justice people suffering from psychiatric disorders and intellectual disabilities. Moreover, applicants can “self-identify” their disability by means of the “Standard Form 256, Self Identification Disability.”

Those with “targeted disabilities” may be hired through a “non-competitive” appointment. That means they don’t have to endure the regular civil service competition among applicants, but can be plucked from the stack of resumes and hired immediately instead.

According to the documents, those with these “targeted disabilities” may be hired “before the position is advertised” and even “before the position’s closing date.” Moreover, lawyers with psychiatric disabilities and “severe intellectual” disabilities receive a waiver from the requirement that a new DOJ employee have practiced law for one year before being hired.

How did they ever become lawyers?

Anyway, we like the plan. We think it’s a great idea for the DOJ to hire lunatics and retards. The less able the Obama-Holder DOJ is to carry out its unjust, iniquitous, corrupt policies*, the better for the nation.

* Go here to read about DOJ injustice, iniquity, and corruption. Also see our posts: “Payback time” at the DOJ, June 18, 2010; Ruling against the Law, July 11, 2010; Obama’s department of injustice, December 16, 2011; Why?, June 23, 2012.

Posted under Commentary, government, United States by Jillian Becker on Thursday, August 23, 2012

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