Tom pivots to staffing up the Thought Police Agency

Still licking his wounds over the drastic funding cuts to his Agency, Chief Tom has quickly pivoted to staffing up the Thought Police Agency.

Even the smartest Regulations require the enforcement by a crack team.  With that in mind, Tom announced the following staff who will join the Thought Police Agency immediately:  the Ladies of “The View”,  Rev. Jessie Jackson, the Ladies of “The Talk”, Oprah Winfrey, Rev. Al Sharpton, Chief Bob Costas, Rev. Tom, Barack O’TomA, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Senator Harry Reid, Senator Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, TrayTom’s family, Michael Bloomberg, Bill de Blasio, Pope Francis, and the A & E Executive Management Team.

Finally, Tom respects the contributions of Administrators in doing the thankless jobs of motivating, monitoring progress, making adjustments and delivering bad news when required.  With that Tom announced with great enthusiasm that Kathleen Sebelius will take the lead as Secretary of the Thought Police Agency.

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4 Responses to Tom pivots to staffing up the Thought Police Agency

  1. I’d like to submit a request for position as chief pursuit officer of the Thought Police. I’ll take a nice Dodge Charger with the 5.7L Hemi and all-wheel drive. Or a nice Holden Clubsport R8 Tourer, if you can get one before Holden closes shop in Australia.
    (Of course you need a pursuit team for the Thought Police. Ya GOTTA catch those fleeting thoughts! 😀 )

    • tom says:

      I’ll have to check the budget, but in the interim I have authorized a Dodge Dart from the Thought Police motor pool. Is the Holden an Australian Suburba?. Wasn’t killing off Holden the last act of the old CEO before Mary Barra takes over?

      • Well, I guess one of the new FIAT-based Dart’s with the turbo engine would be kinda nice. The R8 Tourer is actually a Corvette-engined station wagon. Aussies are weird – they prefer wagons to SUVs, and LORD, I LOVE ’em for that! Yeah, Ford goes away next year, Holden goes down the tubes in 2016. That leaves only Toyota manufacturing cars in Australia – a rather ironic twist, as Japan was looking to conquer Australia when they ran into us on Guadalcanal. Guess it just took ’em a few extra decades…. 😉

      • tom says:

        Vroom, Vroom and off you go in a turbo charged Woody.

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