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Obama’s Civilian National Security Force AND Courts

Posted in politics by roving on November 28, 2008

I was wondering if Obama has backed off on going after Bush for alleged harsh interrogation and other “abuses” of his administration because the man changes his mind more then a baby’s diaper is changed.

It appears as though he has had a change of heart although his aides are talking about setting up a 9/11 style of hearings to show everything to the public what  the Bush administration has allegedly done.

I personally don’t consider water boarding torture. You don’t die from it. To me torture is sawing a persons head off with a dull blade. What does Obama expect the interrogators to do? Tell the enemy, “If you don’t tell me everything, I’m going to hold my breath till you do?” As for the pictures taken of the prisoners in Iraq, I have seen worse pictures from a college hazing.

Most everyone with a web connection knows about the Civilian National Security Force even though no one knows exactly what it means to have armed civilians stronger then our military wondering around the streets.  Sounds more like Germany in the 1930’s to me.

As I was reading the article about the 9/11 type hearings I came across a “National Security Courts” system Obama is thinking of using in place of the military tribunals.

If you put everything together, The Civilian National Security Force, National Security Courts, The Mandatory Civil Service Plan or simply The Plan and just for kicks throw in Obama trashing the United States Constitution, my gut tells me there is something very very wrong here. Just saying…

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  1. ILBlue said, on November 28, 2008 at 10:25 pm

    I would agree with you on the National Security Force and I think many will fight to stop that from occurring unless brought in by stealth of night. (or Executive Order)

    At this point nothing he does or the extremist in my old Party would surprise me.

    But I just will never in a hundred years agree to water boarding and torture.
    So I respectfully disagree on that issue.

  2. rovingpatrol said, on November 29, 2008 at 12:36 am

    Our own military personal go through water boarding so they know what its like.

    When I was in the service they made me stand in a room filled with tear gas with no mask, go through a building filled with so much smoke I couldn’t see past my nose and could barely breath. I wont even mention what they did to us for initiations after boot among other things. Isn’t that torture?

  3. Gayle said, on November 29, 2008 at 4:46 am

    We have the National Guard They dont need another civilian army/ The military has their own justice system. these people being iterrogated are not in custoday for chewing bubble gum in Sunday School.People annoy me who know better ways to do a job, before they know how to do it first

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