If elected, Barack Obama has promised to form a Civilian National Security Force that is just as powerful and just as well funded as our National Military. I have to wonder just what Obama hopes to accomplish by forming such a force when we already have millions of expertly trained law enforcement personnel both on the national level as well as the state, county, and municipality level.
I am curious to know Obama’s plans for this CNSF and just what they will be protecting us from that the FBI, the DEA, ICE, the Secret Service, the Border Patrol, the DOJ, the state police in every state in the union, the local police in almost every county and city in the union, and the many more law enforcement agencies I am sure I am missing from this list cannot protect us from. Apparently, it is something very sinister and something very dangerous because with the millions upon millions of law enforcement officers we have in this country, Obama feels we need another security force that is as powerful as the US military.
This idea of a Civilian National Security Force that Obama is peddling, however, is not a new concept, nor is it a novel one. It has been around for a long time. As a matter of fact, one only needs to look 90-miles to the south of our border to find another country that instituted a civilian security force that has been operating–quite effectively, I might add–for almost five decades now.
Again, call me crazy, or call me an intransigent, right-wing Cuban from Miami. But as I said yesterday in a previous post: If it walks like a duck, if it quacks like a duck, then it must be a duck.