Skip to comments.Utah Congressman Set to Propose Funds Cut for Paramilitary Units at BLM, IRS and Other Fed Regulator
Posted on 05/15/2014 7:07:13 PM PDT by kingattax
I, and Im certain many of my readers will agree when I say, Kudos to Cheryl K. Chumley and her employer, the Washington Times, for covering the story concerning the Utah Congressman, Chris Stewart, who, accordingly, is mulling a measure to cut funding for any paramilitary units that work for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other federal regulatory agencies.
There are lots of people who are really concerned when the BLM shows up with its own SWAT team, Congressman Stewart said, the Salt Lake Tribune reported. Theyre regulatory agencies. Theyre not paramilitary units, and I think that concerns a lot of us.
Kudos also to you Congressman, and, yes, it does concern a lot of others, many of whom I have talked with, and rightfully so in view of the recent happenings and suspicions of motives that the current Obama Administration have been unusually active in concerning probable attempts to purchase for government use millions upon millions of rounds of ammunition for handheld weapons without satisfactory explanation.
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Let’s see. The IRS, BLM, U.S. Fish and Game. I can think of only ONE group of people these commandoes would be used against and it isn’t good. If the Feds want paramilitary units, why don’t they put them along our borders. Just a thought.
Looks like BLMs Feudal Lord Reid is planning to mange his Personal Land with guns, Guns, GUNS!
Gone, gone is the day,
Where the deer and the antelope played,
Where the cattle, and steel plow
With barbed Wire held sway.
Now only is heard,
The thundering Hoard,
Of Reids Rustlers, enforcing,
Feudal Lord Reids every word.
Home, home on Obamanation!
Which took only Five years for implementation,
Marxist Implementation and trauma,
Thanks to Boehner from Obama,
The Welfare Plantation is finally here to stay!
Trust me, I’m not against this, but if this is done we have to make sure it’s not an opening to create a national paramilitary force coordinated under one agency. I’m sure there’s nothing more Obama would like to do.
The Dept of Agriculture needs to be squashed also. They are trying to arm up.
I hope every western state senator of the Republican/Tea Party persuasion gets behind this, and quickly.
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If any federal regulatory sees the need for physical enforcement of any policy they should REQUEST the help of the local sherif department who would decide to assist or not. There should be no federal paramilitary enforcement personnel. The only possible exception would be the solitary game warden, and he should not be a storm trooper type. I would make one other exception, and that would be the border patrol or coast guard whose jurisdiction would be within a very close proximity to the border.
Kudos to Rep. Stewart.
I like this Idea.
Don't forget that the Dept of Agriculture wants in on the sub machine gun fun too! And I finally found out why, the answer is right here at this site:
authorization to use armsin any area that a citizen would not be so allowed] which is not the Army or Navy is much more appropriate.
digest this -
then make it go viral.
and BTW, notice, except for the sub way, the ‘target area’ is rural - not exactly progressive’s (herd animals) habitat...so who are they being trained to take out...(rhetorical)