Monday, October 31, 2011

Tonight on history H-2

They will be reporting on Michelle Obama's family.

8:00 PM Bigfoot: The Definitive Guide

A team of top scientists come together with one goal to create the definitive guide to Bigfoot. Does… TVPG

Bigfoot: The Definitive Guide

A team of top scientists come together with one goal to create the definitive guide to Bigfoot. Does the creature exist? And if it does where is it? In the White House? And how can it survive without being detected? She shaved? The media has been covering for them since Barry decided to run steal the election. Using a new interactive map the team has plotted more than 10,000 Bigfoot type sightings from around the world. Not suprising, this is another smoke screen, not one report about her trips to Spain or Chicago, or Martha's Vineyard. These sightings are of an unidentified creature which walks on two legs and is covered in a thick layer of hair. Many of theses sightings date back over 100 years. With their expert knowledge of the natural world they are able to dismiss nearly 90% of the sightings, but what emerges is a series of global hotspots that cannot be explained which indicate that something is out there. The team examines these global hotspots and searches for explanations including new theories that suggest we may have been looking for the wrong creature all along?

Bottom line, they did not visit the White House or show pics of Blackie O at all...... Thank GOD!


Saturday, October 29, 2011

Redneck dream car

When most people conjure up an image of a redneck and his vehicle, the vehicle is most often a truck. A BIG truck. One with four wheel drive, tires that could do justice to a Steiger farm tractor, exhaust that rivals a band of Hells Angels for symphony, and gas mileage that would be the envy of an Abrams tank.
Rednecks though love cars as well. anything with muscle, style, and a little flare. My favorite over the years has been the Ford Mustang. Sadly, few of the original ponies remain. Rust and hard roads have turned all but a few of the original 64 1/2 through 66 beauties into scrap. The remaining few are in the hands of collectors who prize them like gold.
Dynacom Corp though has just announced the return of the classic Ford! For a mere $15,000, one can purchase a brand new Ford Mustang convertible body ready for motor, axles, and interior. For those of you who are still clinging to the dream, here is your chance.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Job possibilities for the OWS crowd

I have a few suggestions, four to be exact, but I fear the OWS crowd are too cowardly for the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marines. Too bad for them, guaranteed, three hots and a cot, plus the Marines and Army can assure them of living conditions close to what they have now on a regular basis, and the big plus is they could get paid for it. I say could not would because as fucked up as they are, they would probably be forfeiting half their wages on a regular basis.
Hope the idiot vet in Oakland recovers, I would hate for some cops to have his useless ass on their conscience.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Never mess with the man who owns but one gun

I've included a pic from my collection. Near to far they are a Mossberg 800 in .243, an Eddystone M-1917 30-06, an M1A 308, a Bushmaster Carbon 15 pistol and a Marlin Glennfield 75C .22 which I modified myself back in 1986.

Paraphrased, the saying goes never mess with a man who owns but one gun, chances are he knows exactly how to use it. Those who have read my blog know by now that I own quite a few more then just one. Its no secret. I began collecting when I was sixteen, and gun smithing when I was twenty two. It is by no means a profession for me, but rather a serious hobby dedicated to freedom.

In the wars that were waged in the early part of the twentieth century, the arms of the soldier were bolt action repeater rifles. Some machine guns were in use, but for the man in the trench, his beloved was a bolt action Enfield, Mauser, or Springfield. Accuracy mattered. The second shot required actions that made follow up placement difficult. As history marched on, newer weapons replaced accuracy with volume. By Vietnam, thousands of rounds were being fired for every enemy killed. Men like Carlos Hathcock reintroduced the art of the single shot kill. Snipers were long a dirty word, and in many conflicts, a sniper captured by the enemy was assured a horrible death. The idea of a hunter of man on an urban field was unfair to many.

A lot of debates are afire these days regarding guns. While the looming threat of congressional action to reinstate the various bans and forge new ones has dimmed with Heller, the dangers we face as a society are no less real. Recent events through out the world have shown that we live in times that are far from stable. Unrest in several nations has toppled governments, and while unrest here in the United States does not yet threaten our republic, it is present and growing. Now is not the time to be unarmed. What to buy, what to buy what to buy. The question is enormous. If you have limited funds as many of us now do, the idea of a good black rifle would require a considerable investment of precious dollars and might involve a wait of many months. To what avail? If the unruly were to decide to revolt, one would be forced to act fast. Most wars are come as you are, and unarmed is not a good option. What to do?

The traditional reasons for owning a gun are many, Home defense, sport shooting and hunting are only three very good reasons to have firearm. Who needs a reason though, isn't it a constitutionally protected right? We live in troubled times though. The constitution is under assault by evil forces. Make no mistake they have an agenda, and it is not keeping junior from accidentally shooting the kitten either. If you add anarchy prevention and national defense you stand a chance at getting to the crux of the problem. Frankly, everyone should own a gun.

So what gun is the right choice? Any gun store worth its salt will have several hundred to chose from in a range of calibers that boggles the mind. You could go with a black gun, arms such as the venerable AR-15, civilian cousin to the oft derided M-16 mighty mattel. You can opt for an SKS on a budget, or even an old L3A3 CMETE, or other variant of a foreign service rifle.

If you want my advise, and if you've read this far, you do, get two guns. Pick out a good well built .22 rifle to plink and practice with. Practice does not make perfect, but it gives you an understanding of why you missed and where to place the next shot. There are several good options out there, the Ruger 10-22 and Marlin 60 series families are both great options. Both are well built and have a confirmed reputation for durability and reliability.

The second rifle is the harder choice. A good hunting or varmint grade rifle can be had for a lot less then an AR. Half or less, and if you shop carefully, even as low as 1/6 the price of an AR.

Caliber is another consideration. I recommend something in a popular caliber. We can debate all day the advantages of our pet round. Whether it be the 270 vs 30-06 argument, or comparisons of the 257 Roberts vs the 280 Remington or 6.8 SPC vs 6.5 Grendel, days weeks or years can be wasted on mind numbing commentary. I advise that you pick a caliber that is common and reasonable. No use going bankrupt on a box of ammo. The goal here is to get good and be confident.

Getting to know your weapon isn't crazy. As part of my training in the military, we would take several weapons and put the parts in a box. With a blindfold on, we would attempt to reassemble those firearms with ever faster times being the goal. Ever see the scene in The Unit where Brown is tested? Its real, we do that. Malfunctions happen in the dead of night when a simple light will draw unwanted attention and bullets. Knowing what to do is as important as shot placement.

Most people are 100 yard shooters. They do not take the time to practice, and therefore anything in the medium range and beyond is a waste of lead. Practice folks, that is what the 22 is all about. With a little effort its possible to group 2 inches at 200 yards with a Ruger 10-22. If my wife can, you can. Don't pick perfect days to shoot either. Bad things happen at the wrong times for the wrong reasons. I spent an afternoon several months ago with a 40 mph plus cross wind popping Pepsi bottles. I was giving over a foot of Kentucky windage to keep the shots on target.

Red Dawn laid out a scenario of a massive invasion by Soviet and Cuban forces. The odds of that happening are slim, unless of course, you live in Georgia, Armenia, or any other Former Soviet Republic. If the USA were to be attacked successfully, something would have to be done first to cripple our armed forces. Four years of democrat control of congress won't quiet do that, but it sure didn't help. Frankly, many evil forces wait for the chance to pounce. We are big, soft, and vulnerable if our military is distracted or depleted. Learning the basics of marksmanship could be essential.

Am I saying the Cubans are waiting? No, I'm not. Other dangers lurk for you and your family. As drug usage increases, and our economy continues to tank, those who live on the fringe of the law are becoming more desperate. If you live on the outskirts of town, on a dark street, or in a bad area, you could be vulnerable. Frankly, thugs can go just about anywhere. The down and outers may see you as wealthy and take covetousness to the next level. They regard your hard earned property as community, and if the law is away, thugs will prey. Best be prepared. Yes, that might be a close quarters encounter, but its one you'd better win. Some years back. A group of narco officers confronted a car load of determined criminals. All members were armed with high capacity semi autos. All members had at least one spare mag of ammo. The entire dance was caught by a security camera on a nearby building. The festivities began with the bad guys bailing out of their vehicle as the cops exited theirs. With no formalities, both sides drew and commenced to fire. Nearly 180 rounds were fired by five men at a distance of less then fifty feet. There was no cover as they were between the vehicles, not by the doors. The act ended when the bad guys, out of ammo, selected the Jesse Owens option and ran for their freedom. One was tackled on camera while the other made it several hundred yards, returning in cuffs less then a minute later. As I remember it, only one guy was nicked, and it was debatable whether it was a bullet or a glass fragment that hit him. These Police were professionals. That they missed such close shots speaks volumes to the effects of adrenaline on the human condition. That no bystanders were hit also speaks volumes, it was not an empty street.

In any scenario you encounter, chances are you won't need a hundred rounds unless you plan on missing. A lot. Even if it came to a civil war here at home, you, Joe Average, probably won't need the thousand rounds of full auto capability we all dream of. Mobs would likely consist of a half dozen at most. Frankly, drugies usually are too paranoid to last in large groups.

In your house, you will face added factors, location of family will be of tantamount importance.

Preparation is physical and mental. Have a plan. Have a back up plan. Be ready, now is not the time for drunken stupor. Know yourself and be confident. You can win only if you train, so my admonition to you is become the man who knows exactly how to use it.

Note: I wrote this several years ago and it was posted at blogmocracy. I forgot to post it here, so am updating it and posting it now.

Good Bye Big Boy

The US is dismantling the last of the B-53 nuclear bombs, the biggest in our arsenal. these behemoths have been the king pin of nuclear deterrent since I was a wee one. With a yield 600 times greater then the bombs dropped on Japan to end WW2, these were a mighty force. They were intended to go after hardened and buried targets in a time when accuracy was hard to achieve, and collateral damage second or last in the list of considerations.
They had been retired from our arsenal in 1997, but were sitting around waiting for the proverbial ax. That ax has now fallen. Today's nuclear bombs, while smaller, are more lethal in that they are pinpoint accurate. We don't need to level a district to eliminate one factory. we proved that in our attacks in Iraq and Afghanistan. In fact, we don't need nukes to achieve 99.99% of our goals in any war. They are there for deterrent purposes. Mutually assured destruction! You may get us, but we will get you. All of you. That thought worked well with the soviets. It does not work with Jihadists who welcome death. For them, we need a revived doomsday weapon. Our new lead deterrent needs to be a MOAB wrapped in bacon. nothing like the assurance of death with pork and a trip to hell forever to ward off islamists bent on our destruction.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Marlin 410

While Winchester has always been the big name in lever action guns, Marlin has been arround nearly as long. Both introduced their signature rifle in 1894, rifles that remained in production for decades.
This jewel though, is not a rifle. Meet the marlin 410 lever action shotgun.
Introduced during the deepest years of th depression, the Marlin 410 was never sold. Instead, Marlin gave these away at their anual shareholders meetings from 1929 to 1932.
A modern version was reintroduced in 2006 but discontinued in 2008. These are a fun gun to shoot, and a challenge to hunt with.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Border dumping

Felipe Calderon is upset at the US policy of dumping illegal alien criminals at the border rather then prosecuting and locking them up here. he blames the increase in crime along the border on this policy, and he may be right. Those criminals came from every part of Mexico. Concentrating them a the border is not smart on our part. There is not a lot to do in the border communities if you are not into drug smuggling or human trafficking.
We need to rethink our policy. When I was a kid on the farm, dad or mom would regularly load up all the kittens and take them for a ride. It seemed that 99% of em always made it back. One time I remember them beating us home. We went to town and did a little shopping, maybe an hour, When we got home, those kittens had all returned. Same problem with border dumping, if they don't find something to keep them in Mexico, they will return.
According to Homeland Security, 400,000 were transported to the border and released, mostly criminals. I cannot fathom that many being trucked back, that's over 1000 each day! How many of them were returned multiple times?
Here are my suggestions,
1. Castrate them before dumping them. We could have ten guys trained in a matter of weeks. Ranchers regularly castrate bulls on the range, a simple arrangement at the border and we could be denutting them at the release point. if they return, the pecker is next.
If that doesn't work, step two is return them to Mexico City. Since I doubt Felipe will allow those planes to land, make it night flights, and drop them from an altitude low enough they won't suffer from oxygen deprivation, but high enough they have time to royally shit themselves before impact. Do it on a moonless night for added drama. Shit themselves? Did I say anything about parachutes? Those things cost money! give em a ruck sack full of rocks.
I don't mind immigrants. my grandparents were immigrants, I am dating an immigrant, I live with several immigrants. Heck, I don't really mind illegal immigrants as long as they work hard, mind their own business, understand they do not have rights, and obey our laws. Yes I understand they are breaking the law by being here, but I also know what kind of shit holes they left to come here. In spite of Barry the butthead, we are still the land of opportunity. He has tried, but has yet to get us to the standards of Cuba, or Zimbabwe
If they are willing to work their asses off, and the company they work for pays taxes just as if they were a regular citizen, I ain't gonna get all bent out of shape about it. remember, if Taco Bell hires them, they deduct income tax, which they can never get a refund on. Its a win for the government in a sense, although getting a welfare puke to do the job would be better, IF the welfare puke would work. Heck, I'd bet that if the government got real, and ended Social suckerty disability tomorrow, every stinking one of them would find a job in a month. it might be sucking dick, but they would not starve to death.
As for the criminals, they are Felipe's criminals, why should we pay to house them? he can build a few more jails and create jobs in Mexico.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Gadhafi is dead

But that is not necessarily a good thing. Let me be clear, I am glad to see him deposed, and happy he is dead. His forty two year reign of evil should have ended decades ago. We should have targeted him and gone all in after the Berlin bombing. We did not. We allowed this scum bag to exhale pollution for another nearly thirty years. Reagans mistake.
So why is his death not a good thing? As with all things, whether bacteria or rodents, something else will now take his spot. Nature abhors a vacuum, and the void left in Libya will soon be filled. Nature has another interesting bad trend, that is chaos. If things are neat, they rarely stay that way, and if things are disorderly, they tend to devolve to worse. So it is with nations, families, and every other form of community.
When the US removed Saddam Insane from power, they went in and took control. It was not imperialism, it was respecting the lessons we learned through history. After WW1 we allowed Germany self government. Instead of a nifty transition to republican government, they experienced chaos. That chaos, that inability to build a government of the people led in short order to the rise of Hitler, and we had it all to do over again.
Now, I'm not saying that the muslim botherhood are Nazi's, don't infer that. What we have is a group of ideological thugs who are crazed by power. They have raped women, and brutalized many in the nation. They are not interested in a republic, they want another dictatorship, one governed by their twisted interpretation of the satanic verses, the koran.
Our Arabic idiot president fucked up. When he decided to get involved in his kinetic military action, He failed fully to think long term. he did not vet the coalition inside Libya that he chose to support. I am giving him the benefit of the doubt. I would not want to believe he supported them knowing what kind of rabid skunks they are.
Carter gave us the Islamic revulsion in Iran. ObamAA+ is out to beat him by giving us destabilized regimes in Egypt, Libya, and possibly Iraq. Things ain't lookin too bright in Syria either. I don't know how it could get worse then it was, But I expect its gonna be one heck of a lot worse. With radical change like that on the borders of Israel, I expect we are seeing serious trouble for them. It will be compounded if this idiot stays in the White House much longer as he has shown he has no love for our traditional allies.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011


So, What do yo ucall a fleabagging Occupy Wall Street punk who is into beastiality?

A Social Climber.
Shamelessly stolen from Don Surber and Granny jane.

Friday, October 14, 2011

But can he work with Klingons?

Good old for nothing Mitt says he can work with "good" democrats. Heck, anybody could... If there were such a thing. We need some one in the White House who can contend with the low life back stabbing liars, not compromise with the ueless fucks. We want to roll back the destruction, not slow it down.
Enough of Romney. He has good values and seems like a nice guy, but he is NOT presidential at this point in his life.
We do not need another George HW Bush, who gets fucked over by playing nice with the assholes, We need some one who will not bend, won't budge, and above all will not tolleate the intollerable.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011


From the e-mail collection, H/T John

Heidi is the proprietor of a bar in Detroit ...

She realizes that virtually all of her customers are unemployed alcoholics and, as such, can no longer afford to patronize her bar. To solve this problem, she comes up with a new marketing plan that allows her customers to drink now, but pay later. Heidi keeps track of the drinks consumed on a ledger (thereby granting the customers loans).
Word gets around about Heidi's "drink now, pay later" marketing strategy and, as a result, increasing numbers of customers flood into Heidi's bar. Soon she has the largest sales volume for any bar in Detroit ...
By providing her customers freedom from immediate payment demands, Heidi gets no resistance when, at regular intervals, she substantially increases her prices for wine and beer, the most consumed beverages.
Consequently, Heidi's gross sales volume increases massively.
A young and dynamic vice-president at the local bank recognizes that these customer debts constitute valuable future assets and increases Heidi's borrowing limit. He sees no reason for any undue concern because he has the debts of the unemployed alcoholics as collateral! At the bank's corporate headquarters, expert traders figure a way to make huge commissions, and transform these customer loans into DRINKBONDS. These "securities" then are bundled and traded on international securities markets.
Naive investors don't really understand that the securities being sold to them as "AAA Secured Bonds" really are debts of unemployed alcoholics. Nevertheless, the bond prices continuously climb - and the securities soon become the hottest-selling items for some of the nation's leading brokerage houses.
One day, even though the bond prices still are climbing, a risk manager at the original local bank decides that the time has come to demand payment on the debts incurred by the drinkers at Heidi's bar. He so informs Heidi.
Heidi then demands payment from her alcoholic patrons. But, being unemployed alcoholics -- they cannot pay back their drinking debts. Since Heidi cannot fulfil her loan obligations she is forced into bankruptcy. The bar closes and Heidi's 11 employees lose their jobs. Overnight, DRINKBOND prices drop by 90%.
The collapsed bond asset value destroys the bank's liquidity and prevents it from issuing new loans, thus freezing credit and economic activity in the community. The suppliers of Heidi's bar had granted her generous payment extensions and had invested their firms' pension funds in the BOND securities. They find they are now faced with having to write off her bad debt a nd with losing over 90% of the presumed value of the bonds.
Her wine supplier also claims bankruptcy, closing the doors on a family business that had endured for three generations, her beer supplier is taken over by a competitor, who immediately closes the local plant and lays off 150 workers.
Fortunately though, the bank, the brokerage houses and their respective executives are saved and bailed out by a multibillion dollar no-strings attached cash infusion from the government. The funds required for this bailout are obtained by new taxes levied on employed, middle-class, non-drinkers who have never been in Heidi's bar.

Now do you understand?

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Occupied Wall Street

I've been pondering these protests for quite a while now. An angry mob has taken over wall street. Some of their demands sound at least a little reasonable on the surface, others are from out there in la-la land.
Reality is that most of the folks with money got it by working for it. A few bilked the system, but most did it by providing a product or service at a reasonable cost for consumers. Steve Jobs, Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and many more earned every dime they have. That money is not sitting in a dust vault, it is part of our economy, providing capital for other enterprising souls. Bill Gates did not make the OWS folks poor, other factors did. That is how capitalism works. Socialism doesn't, the only two systems that survive are capitalism, and totalitarianism. Totalitarianism works because they kill the slackers. No welfare, no lazy mouths to feed.
People decry corporate greed. Most corporations are made up of share holders. if you own stock in any company, you are part of greedy corporate America. Your stock may have lost value in recent years. Most companies still pay a dividend, and that is where smart investors make their money, not in day trading.
The OWS crowd is unhappy that they cannot find jobs. So are a lot of people put out of work by a democrat congress and their bad policies. These kids need to wake up shut up, open their eyes and ears and learn a few things. America does not need a million graduates with degrees in botanical design. hell, we don't need a million lawyers either.
The only change I see for our current situation is to go back to buying American. What good is a living wage if no one wants the product at the price that will force? Corporations shipped jobs over seas. they saw a chance to make money that way because labor costs went through the roof thanks to the unions. If the OWS crowd want to make a difference, they could start by decking a union thug. jail time? Sure, but they are getting jailed for the dumb stuff they are doing on Wall Street. hope they get smart before they get old. My money is on old.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011


Stick it! I know that DirecTV automatically tracks programs. Your numbers are about to fall by one redneck, and hopefully millions more people who see your act as garbage. I hope advertisers take note.

The ultimate Miss Me? poster

Monday, October 3, 2011

Time to Amend the Constitution?

No matter how I look at it, everything I see tells me that ObamAA+ violated al Awlaki's constitutional rights when he had him assassinated. This is like the old saw about watching your mother in law back over a cliff in your brand new Lincoln. you want to cry and do cart wheels.

The sobering reality is that absent a congressional decision to impeach the President for murder, this will become precedent, and that is scary. You piss off the governor of Nebraska, and then while vacationing in Colorado, he has you shot? Yes, it could get that bad. The real answer, in my humble opinion is to amend the U.S. Constitution and establish a path for correcting such problems.

I believe that if a person commits a crime that is a felony, and flees the country, a system should be in place to strip him of his citizenship, try him in absentia, and once a guilty verdict is handed down, have him assassinated by a diplomatic envoy sent to the country in which he is hiding. He should be afforded one chance to return to the US by surrendering himself at the embassy or consulate, or by having the local police transport him to the embassy, and that chance should be limited to something like thirty days from the date of the verdict. Publish one notification via the embassy, in as many papers as is practical in the country he is believed to be hiding in. Notify all close relatives, parents, spouse, children, and siblings of the order so they can inform him, but do not disclose whether his location is known or suspected, then following a grace period of a set specific number of days, a death warrant goes into effect, and he can be shot like a dog in the street.
All felons should be stripped of citizenship. Not permanently, but for a set specific time frame. No right to vote or own property is already the case in some states. That is not fair in my opinion unless it is for a set time that corresponds to the severity of the crime. Once that time has elapsed, they could apply to have their rights restored and it must be granted. It should also be worded in such a way to prevent it from being done by the states to criminals who flee to other states but remain with in the country, unless the state to which they flee refuses to extradite them.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Did al Awlaki get due process?

Don Surber seems to think he did. At first I agreed entirely with him, but as I read the long comment string I began to have reservations.
Yes, I am glad he is dead, but this goes much deeper then personal feelings about muslims. al Awlaki was born in the United States, so by the 14th amendment, he was a citizen and entitled to due process. They could send a hit team and kill Roman Polanski and I would be alright with it as long as that was in keeping with sentencing guidelines established by vote of congress. I happen to agree with executing scum who molest children, and since he got her intoxicated to do so, this was not a case of age discrimination as some other cases of molestation are, but one that would still be rape if she was thirty. Sadly, the Supreme idiots decided that rape was no longer a crime that qualified for death. So if Roman was target and executed by the government it would be wrong. al Awlaki never had a trial though, and Roman did.
al Awlaki's parents were Yemeni here on a student visa. The 14th amendment says if they are born under the law, they are citizens. Present interpretation is that even the offspring of illegals born here have citizenship, something else I disagree with, but his folks weren't illegals. As a side, I want to note that I have a cousin who was born in Germany when her father was stationed there. When she turned 18, she had to decide whether to be an American citizen, or a German one. At that time, there was no recognition of dual citizenship. To me, it should still be that way. A dual citizen as I understand it, cannot vote in a foreign election and retain his citizenship here. I could be wrong. I think Yemen's last election was to decide whether the male goat or the donkey would be the national sex toy. That was in 1318, so I don't think that disqualifier would apply.
al Awlaki made war against the United States, pure and simple. True he was not in a national army of a recognized nation, but never the less, he was helping terrorists.Unfortunately, the supreme court ruled in Afroyim v. Rusk, that even the lowest scumbag gets to keep his citizenship unless he specifically renounces it. Therefore, by court decision, and not by legislation, al Awlaki was a US citizen. BTW, I don't regard Afroyim as scum, just my interpretation of their mistaken ruling.
I guess we could make claim that al Awlaki was a Yemeni when we killed him, but we are not at war with Yemen, so that argument also fails.
We should fear a government that would assassinate one of its citizens with out an attempt at due process. This could lead to the killing of Americans at home or abroad with out justification on the allegation that they were criminals. Troy Davis got 20 years worth of appeals before he got his just reward. al Awlaki got no such chance.
I'm glad in many ways that he is dead. I wish the courts would have allowed a means whereby a citizen, especially a naturalized one could be stripped of that privilege, but right no it does not exist. We should have gone after him with a SEAL team just as we did Osama bin fishbait. Then had he resisted, we would have the justification for laying him low, or more correctly, a team similar to it but comprised of law enforcement such as Marshals or FBI.
I love my country, I fear my government, especially the one we have right now.