Skip to comments.VANITY Homeland Security at Voting Site VANITY
Posted on 11/02/2010 6:53:28 AM PDT by Dr. Sivana
I went to vote today. extra voting booths, few people (8:00 AM). My district is tiny and rural. The nearest village has 2,200 people.
When I left, I noticed a large white SUV marked "Homeland Security" "Federal Protective Services" with G18 plates.
This location is about as unlikely a one as I could imagine for any kind of mischief. Even if someone phoned in a threat, isn't a G18 pretty high ranking to send over to a tiny rural firehouse with few people?
Maybe they were voting? :-)
I think DHS was going to turn out because God forbid we should disenfranchise any wetbacks. But I thought that was in Arizona.
Where are you located.
They're just paving the way for the UN election monitors who show up for 2012.
They are there because they don’t have the balls to go into St Louis, Philadelphia or Chicago where they might actually be exposed to vote fraud. These are civil servants, need I remind you.
I’m thinking the “G18” on the plate has little or nothing to do with the pay grade of who is driving the vehicle.
I see them driving around all the time. Going to and from work. This one probably stopped on the way to work and voted.
GS (general schedule) only goes up to 15 for employee ranks. There are SES (Senior Executive Service) above that, but they are called SES, with no number ranking.
Well lets see. You might have domestic terrorists you have no idea about. Does anyone in your community support gun rights? The constituion? Is anyone an Iraq war vet? Did anyone vote for a third party candidate or support Ron Paul in the last election? Anyone belong to a milita? How about “fundamentalist” Christians who believe in the Bible?
Could be you are crawling with terrorists and don’t even know it!
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