Wednesday, July 16, 2008

What is Obama's $400-Billion "Civilian National Security Force"?

In a July 2 speech touting the importance of using the government as a service-opportunity provider for young people, Barack Obama made this rather startling (even for him) statement:

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.

A "civilian national security force ... just as well-funded" as the U.S. military? In other words, this thing's going to cost more than $400 Billion annually? What is it?

The MSM has been AWOL on this. The Democrat presumtive presidential nominee proposes an expensive, elephantine thing; no one seems to know what it is, and the MSM doesn't go after it?

10 comments:

Tim Jones said...

So, a compulsory national (statist) militaristic service? Should we start calling him Barack Hussein Mussolini?

James Atticus Bowden said...

Leslie" You'll have computer (blogger) police, speech police, thought police, tolerance police for work, school and church. Plenty for the National Police to do.

Erbo said...

Somebody ought to make up some shirts for this "civilian national security force." I hear brown is a nice color.

Madison Thacker said...
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Mark said...

Wow, it seems like Tom Kratman may have called it, he just got the democrat candidate wrong.

I'm referring to his book, "A State of Disobedience."

Madison Thacker said...
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Madison Thacker said...

And the answer to "what is it?" is:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVjcRkeKFsc

David said...

Well, Obama is a CFR member (and Michelle, too), and that organization is paid by the Fortune 100 to promote the corporate globalist philosophy. So, whatever the domestic security force is, it must be a step toward the system of global governance that the CFR and its sister think tanks would like to have. Unfortunately, that's anti-sovereignty, anti-freedom, etc.

Anonymous said...

The last time this was done it was known as the Gestapo!

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