There may be a spot for you in the Obama administration:
Name a top issue and President Barack Obama has probably got a "czar" responsible for tackling it.
A bank bailout czar? Herb Allison. Energy czar? Carol Browner.
There's a drug czar, a U.S. border czar, an urban czar, a regulatory czar, a stimulus accountability czar, an Iran czar, a Middle East czar, and a czar for both Afghanistan and Pakistan, which in Washington-speak has been lumped together into a policy area called Af-Pak.
Stimulus accountability czar? Now there's a knee-slapper. That Obama is one funny guy.
"It's now clear this cyber threat is one of the most serious economic and national security challenges we face as a nation," Obama said, adding, "We're not as prepared as we should be, as a government or as a country."
He said he will soon pick the person he wants to head a new White House office of cyber security, and that person will report to the National Security Council and the National Economic Council — a nod to his contention that the country's economic prosperity depends on cybersecurity.
As many as a half dozen candidates — from the public and private sector — are being considered for the job, according to officials familiar with the discussions.
I think Obama has put ACORN in charge of the search committee. He's very impressed by their innovation and hard work. Hopefully they'll share their "best practices" with the new Czar. (On second thought, maybe we can get that campaign credit card guy after all).