Friday, July 25, 2014

When the NYT speaks - Babies cry

What kind of training would the Feds give them?
The Feds will not let this happen without formal training because they might start apprehending members of the officially sanctioned cartel smuggling operation. Without training they very well might arrest the wrong drug smugglers, thereby directly affecting the Governments Bottom Line, and The War on Drugs in a negative way for Government at all Levels.
Got it?
5 posted on 7/25/2014 9:44:46 AM by eyeamok

Hmmmm.......I might be the only one on this thread that might agree with the Slimes, but for completely different reasons.
I'm not worried about "potentially fatal encounters with illegals"...I'm thinking more along the lines of a bad precedent being set. Namely, the same argument for deploying troops along the border of TX can (and would, do you trust Gov. 'Moonbeam' Brown?) be used by other state governors to deploy troops against protesters at "Send the @$#@$@ illegals home" rallies.
You're absolutely correct on the ROE. That'll tell the tale.
Truly, we're living in interesting times. 
10 posted on 7/25/2014 9:55:29 AM by wbill

Use firing squads ...

Alex Kozinski, chief judge of the Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals, calls the current system "inherently flawed" and says states that want to execute inmates should return to more "primitive—and foolproof—methods" of execution, NBC reports. "The guillotine is probably best but seems inconsistent with our national ethos," he writes. "And the electric chair, hanging, and the gas chamber are each subject to occasional mishaps. The firing squad strikes me as the most promising. Eight or 10 large-caliber rifle bullets fired at close range can inflict massive damage, causing instant death every time." [Full]

Actually, the Brits - when they were at the top of their game - probably had the best idea.

Please don't fkitup again

Once again, the fate of a nation