Thursday, August 13, 2009

Storm Troopers In Our Future?

The most interesting thing about the New Left's responses to American Citizens exercising their free speech and "petitioning the government" (Congress Critters) at the recent Town Meetings regarding health care was the use of "designated goons" to suppress dissent---As so typical of early union organizing by some labor movements, including Germany's Nazi Party.

These are very different from, as an example, the riot of very leftist mobs and reactive police during the 1968 Democrat Party Convention.

I do wonder what the New Left's response would be to such real mobs attacking their speakers at Town Hall meetings! Mr. B. H. Obama's call for a "Civilian National Security Force" may provide the response of today's Democrat Party. This kicks in my historical memory of the development of Germany's SA (Storm Troopers).

Perhaps there are sound reasons for so many Americans stocking up on guns and ammunition. Perhaps we and they remember that the Second Amendment protects the First Amendment and all other rights of citizens. Considering the age of some attempting to exercise the above-noted rights and the physical strength of the opposing Storm Troopers, it might be soon past the time for "punching back" and time to "shoot back".

between the lines Joseph Farah Obama>'s 'civilian national security force'
Posted: July 15, 2008
1:00 am Eastern

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With all the reporters covering the major presidential candidates, it amazes me no one ever seems to ask the right questions.

For several days now, WND has been hounding Barack Obama's campaign about a statement he made July 2 in Colorado Springs – a statement that blew my mind, one that has had me scratching my head ever since.

In talking about his plans to double the size of the Peace Corps and nearly quadruple the size of AmeriCorps and the size of the nation's military services, he made this rather shocking (and chilling) pledge: "We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."

Now, since I've never heard anyone inside or out of government use the phrase "civilian national security force" before, I was more than a little curious about what he has in mind.

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