Thursday, June 23, 2016

Not suprising





This factoid has been making the rounds.  Obama did say he wanted a civilian military force, after all.

11 comments:

Witold Pilecki said...

Somehow, I think that 200,000 number might be a little low, especially in regards to the 30,000 agents outside of DOJ and DHS and the 15,000 contractors.

What about the EPA?
What about USF&W?
What about HHS?
What about DOE? OH yes....they are armed, not sure why.
Don't forget US Postal Inspectors and AMTRAK

They are ALL the tyrant's enforcers that I will have NO PROBLEM disposing of in the most heinous of manners for my 100 Heads.

I will go all LT. Aldo "The Apache" Raine on their asses.

sgt bag said...

How many carry 24/7.

Anonymous said...

It's not like the FBI or ATF would pose much of a threat to a group of US Marines, assuming those marines aren't barricaded inside of a wooden building and employed in the protection of women and children.

Anonymous said...

I'll put my odds with the Marines. They're trained for attack and kill. Most of the FedGov forces just want to live long enough to collect a retirement.

B Woodman
III-PER

Anonymous said...

My money is still on the Marines.

Anonymous said...

They may have the numbers and the gear, but they are lacking in training/ Especially moral training. And another thing. Those 180,000 marines will be backed up by 150 million heavily armed and pissed off civilians. Good luck, Feds!

Anonymous said...

Paraphrasing the old Amos & Andy show, hilarious in it's time but now hopelessly politically incorrect: "Do the phrase Police State mean anything to ya?"

Unknown said...

1 patriotic Marine is worth 5 of anything else.

Anonymous said...

I'd call that a fairly target rich environment and most of them will never show up for the fight once they learn there's a target on their back.

J. Eric Andreasen said...

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Anonymous said...

Obamanations unaccountable personal civilian becomes more apparent, especially their loyalty to the person and not the Office nor the people of America...chilling to say the least.

Sign me, Neal Jensen