Fundamental Change – Military Recruitment Centers in Obama’s America….

This is not a spoof.  This is an actual picture of a current military recruitment center:

military recruitment center

One story here, and another HERE

I doubt there’s a more apropos picture of Obama’s America.

Uncle Sam Hopeless

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92 Responses to Fundamental Change – Military Recruitment Centers in Obama’s America….

  1. justfactsplz says:

    I want to see Uncle Sam standing tall again and I want to see the eagle soar.

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  2. franker01 says:

    Most likely a prank pic in poor taste.

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  3. bullnuke says:

    I served in the Navy under Carter. It sucked but the military was made strong again under Ronald Reagon. Unfortunately, liberals have driven away all the Reagon democrat representatives. That is the struggle. Liberals must be defeated. No to bipartonship and reaching across the aisle. Put Rhinos in that category as well.

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    • ctdar says:

      Let’s pray that history repeats itself after the Obama reign.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Agreed. The RINOs are complicit. They can either man up, or be defeated in primaries. Manning up will be judged by votes and actions, not words. Fake McConnell votes don’t count. We’re wise to Turtle-head and his gang of stealth Democrats. We need to start getting Trump-types ready to take out every one of Mitch and Weeper’s cronies in 2016.

      TAKE OUT THE TRASH IN 2016

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  4. doodahdaze says:

    A picture is worth a thousand words.

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  5. Around louisville & Clarksville, In. There have been up to 5 men standing guard.. Fully armed with AR15’s & sidearms.. Many of whom were Reagan Vets..
    The libs fire all the good, great & decent brass & insert communist infiltrators in command leadership positions, there ya go… But believe me, we will get it all back.. All of it!

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    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      Take care of my 101 brothers/sisters, and those Nightstalkers are good to go!!!

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    • sixmax11 says:

      this is even worse. there is no way to know the intent of those armed men. remember, ft. hood was committed by an active duty soldier. i’m in favor of the idea, but it’s just too risky.

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      • Jett Black says:

        Umm, let’s not confuse “active duty soldier” with token, known pisslamist, free-rider, mental case, traitor Maj. Nidal Hasan. In that incident, too, had other, real “active duty soldiers” been armed, the coward, scumbag, Hasan would have probably wet himself, rather than actually carry out his jihad or would have been dispatched within the first couple of shots.

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      • Doc says:

        Whatever man. It’s our first duty to protect ourselves. If the govt has taken that away from our soldiers, then it’s up to us to protect them. They are starting this in our town too. Armed security just outside the limits. And it’s not happening in a vacuum. The recruiters are more than happy for it AND people know each other. It’s not like some dude just shows up waving an ar15 around like you think. There is cooperation and communication. Don’t use an anti-2nd amendment argument.

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        • Thank you! Yes, these men are Veterans & men of honor, it’s going on all over the country. ( remember the minutemen during the border issues ?)
          I don’t know why anyone would think it scary that men of honor would take guard over our armed services recruiting centers/property’s. Good post, Doc..

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  6. mimbler says:

    I can’t swear for the picture above, but when I googled recruitment center sandbags I found a news article for one in Tennessee, so it is happening,
    Mike

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      WOnder how many times this will have to be posted for the nay sayers to see it..
      MANCHESTER, Tenn. — In light of the Chattanooga shootings, the Manchester Police Department and the city volunteered to line the interior of their Army recruiting center with dozens of sandbags. The sandbags could possibly absorb ammunition in the event of another attack. Assistant Police Chief Adam Floied said the police department protects everyone in their community including their servicemen and women. “I’m glad they thought of it. I really am,” shopping center employee Amber Little said. Floied said 15 volunteers with the city and police department spent Wednesday morning piling pounds of sand. “There were no questions. This was automatic — a no brainier. We had an opportunity to help, and we did it,” Floied said. Lieutenant Colonel Tony Parilli said this started as a discussion among Army recruiters and leaders. “I want them to feel empowered and as part of their mission to take care of each other,” Parilli said. Unlike before, now a domestic job in uniform could be dangerous. “When you’re deployed you’re in an environment where you expect that. When you’re at home — obviously, you don’t expect that,” Parilli said. Little would like to see more. “These guys can’t be armed, and to me, personally, they’re the most qualified to be armed yet they can’t be,” Little said. “It’s personal for us to protect these guys and help them the best that we can,” Floied said. The sandbags are temporary. Army spokespeople would not tell FOX 17 if a more permanent security measure will happen at various recruiting centers.

      Read More at: http://www.fox17.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/Army-Recruiting-Center-Puts-Up-Sandbags-as-Safety-Precaution-170902.shtml

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  7. auscitizenmom says:

    SMH

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  8. Lou says:

    personally I like it. when I enlisted I really didn’t understand the full gist of what I was getting into. I still would have enlisted at that time after seeing a bunch of sandbags piled up. I think many may be weeded out right there at the recruitment center. I’m assuming though this is a protective measure after what happened in Chattanooga.

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    • VegasGuy says:

      It seems it is the potential recuit that has his/her back to the door & the bullets.

      And what are they “protecting” with 3 feet of sand bags…..The recruiters shiny shoes?

      They could just let them be armed or have Marine Guards posted. That would be a far greater deterent IMO.

      Yet another potentially good idea screwed up by the Top Brass….Probably spent $25,000 for the sand & $10,000 for the “custom” blue bags….

      Only in America.

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    • Les says:

      We are weeding out large numbers of our military, weakening our defenses. I’m more worried about the troops we have now than the ones we might get.

      It’s distressing, but it’s happening.

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  9. Enlistments were just recently reported up significantly since the 5 servicemen in Tenn. were murdered by a extreme radical Islamist jihadist who was also inspired by Isis..

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  10. This is NOT a joke. Read the sad story below linked; it’s the one referenced by the gentleman who made the twitter post Sundance linked. Story shows pic from outside a military recruiting office with sandbags lining the windows. I would not doubt the above picture is the inside, for that reason; futher, I have no reason to believe that what’s above can be found at a lot of military recruiting centers across the country. Sure looks like a recruiting office from the blowup.

    *As heard in past newscast, Murfreesboro citizens continue to gather in front of the local recruiting station armed with rifles to protect the men and women inside. Manchester residents are also helping local recruiters as well.

    After four marines and one sailor were killed in Chattanooga last week, the Manchester Police Department and city personnel volunteered to line the interior of their Army recruiting center in the city with dozens of sandbags on Wednesday. 15 volunteers worked to place the sandbags inside the center so they could possibly absorb ammunition in the event of an attack in Manchester. “It’s personal for us to protect these guys and help them the best that we can,” Assistant Cheif Adan Floied said.*

    http://wgnsradio.com/manchester-military-recruiting-station-lined-with-sandbags-for-safety-cms-27646

    Sad damned state of affairs for this country and the men and women have sacrificed for it.

    I get a Founding Fathers’ quote on my phone daily. I’d like to share today’s quote:

    There is a rank due to the United States among nations which will be withheld, if not absolutely lost, by the reputation of weakness. If we desire to avoid insult, we must be able to repel it; if we desire to secure peace, one of the most powerful instruments of our rising prosperity, it must be known that we are at all times ready for war.
    –George Washington, Fifth annual message to Congress, December 3, 1793.

    We are most certainly not ready for war, and we already know what follows.

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  11. peachteachr says:

    That looks like the opposite of a recruitment center of any kind. We have several military bases in Ga. plus the National Guard. Why wouldn’t the military be able to use their police forces and place guards at every recruitment center. I hope I’m not asking a stupid question, but that picture makes the center look just like the toothless tiger it is.

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    • franker01 says:

      My son is an MP and he carries a gun when on duty.
      No reason I can think of why Recruiters shouldn’t carry a sidearm.
      They are trained – don’t know what the problem is?

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        They couldn’t carry them on base so that is how so many got shot at Fort Hood
        They were/are like sitting ducks

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        • Les says:

          MPs carry on Fort Hood. So do the Fort Hood Police (civilians). I’m assuming you meant the MPs because they don’t have recruiting stations on post, they are out in town.

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            No I meant that the regular soldiers are not allowed to carry on base or at least were not on Fort Hood
            “Like many military installations, Fort Hood is a “gun-free zone.” The policy was reportedly first issued in 1992 by former President George H.W. Bush and then reissued in 2011, according to The Blaze.

            “Arming DoD personnel with firearms shall be limited and controlled. Qualified personnel shall be armed when required for assigned duties and there is reasonable expectation that DoD installations, property, or personnel lives or DoD assets will be jeopardized if personnel are not armed,” the 2011 directive states.”
            http://houston.cbslocal.com/2014/04/03/fort-hood-is-a-gun-free-zone/

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            • Les says:

              MPs carry. That’s how you tell them from the gate guards who are just doing their duty rotation.

              In reality, I’m not sure they should let soldiers open carry on post. Anybody who has ever had a bad NCO or commander will know why it’s not a good idea. Another sad truth is how many service members commit suicide. It’s more than people know. It’s real and it’s sad as hell. Plus, a good quarter of young, married service members have serious marital problems. Maybe posting armed guards outside each building/motor pool/facility permanently would be a better idea. They would have to stop emptying the services if they want to have the troops to do that.

              Army posts are much easier to access than Marine Corps bases. They are changing that now, no more open posts, maybe that will help. Plus, they monitor all communication, even cell usage and texting, on post now. But if you really want to face the truth, none of us are truly safe when we are at home or at school or at work or out and about. Too many loonies running around. I don’t know how to fix that.

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              • TheLastDemocrat says:

                I have never been in the military. I was in a group brought in for some work at Ft. Lewis for a week or two, several years back. On our first day rolling in, I expected the security shake-down. It all went fine, since we were all on the list.

                However, I was shocked that the entrance security was performed by contracted security guards. SRSLY?

                My impression of the military, when not at war and not needing to deploy the ranks, was that they would develop plenty of jobs just to keep everyone busy from day to day. Surely, watching the front gate would be a fine busy-work type job to keep the guys busy ,and to legitimately be prepared for genuine war.

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      • I do. The liberals and the meme of guns are scary, etc. Disgusting, all of it is just disgusting.

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  12. GoneGalting says:

    He’s making it dangerous to sign up. No better way to weaken military than by keeping people from signing up.

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  13. glk26 says:

    the sand bag
    are not fake

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  14. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    I have seem emails from high ranking officers in Ohio with military addresses warning troops to watch out for attacks on the roads driving to and from post.

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  15. glk26 says:

    LOCAL POLICE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PROTECT FEDERAL PROPERTY,HENCE THE SAND BAGS. ADAPT AND OVER COME AND WE CARRY OUR OWN WEAPONS WEATHER WE ARE. ALLOWED TO OR NOT, WHO WOULD ACTUALLY CHECK. WE ARE ON OUR OWN, AS WELL AS OUR FUTURE RECRUITS WHO COME EVERY DAY AND WORK OUT.

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  16. joshua says:

    Well, I guess this gives us an advance look at what any WALL on the BORDER would look like if and when the civilians finally decide to BUILD IT THEMSELVES. Trump to the rescue.

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  17. lorac says:

    I served under Carter who was the worse president until we got Obama, but at least Carter was benign. Then I served under Regan who brought dignity and pride back to the White house. I don’t think I could have served under Obama I would have ETS’ed for sure. It is a disgrace that the military are barred from protecting themselves when their job is to protect and defend our country against all enemies foreign and domestic.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      I started under LBJ – the guy needed large doses of antipsychotic drugs – a DemocRAT who couldn’t stop acting like a Republican – or be one long enough to do any good,
      Then to Nixon, a guy who’d militarily go right to the line but not step a foot over – also (unfortunately) under the sway of Svengali Kissinger.
      Then on to Ford – who really wasn’t there long enough to change the toilet paper in the Oval Office.
      Next we had Carter and we actually ended up buying our own ammunition at times to shoot at the range and trained on the demolitions course with chunks of 2×4 painted blue for charges and plastic clothesline rope for det cord. Under Jimmy we had troops deploying to dangerous places under cover while we helped their families apply for welfare and food stamps.
      On to Reagan who not only really supported the troops but built up our almost totally depleted war stocks of material, gave us a LIVING wage and made the military professional, vice a criminal and EEO dumping ground.
      Next up was Bush 1 who got the chance to twice use the military in operations that brought pride back to the force and gave foreign evil doers second thoughts about screwing with the country.
      On deck then was Clinton who spent eight years undoing almost everything Reagan and Bush 1 built up. the troops strength was cut to the bone and just about all of that military equipment today’s DemocRATS whine about the police having was actually given to them nationwide by the Clinton team. The stuff Reagan and Bush used to build up the military was stripped away (from APCs to M-16s to pistols) and handed over to PDs and SOs across the country.
      Comes Bush 2 and Desert Storm and we have a military trying to fight two wars with minimal equipment that Clinton had left it. We’d have been in good shape if Belize mounted a naval invasion of the US but fighting two wars was a strain. I can remember the Army K-9 people looking to citizens to donate K-9 equipment like feed bowls and bad-ground booties for the dogs as they were scarce in the inventory.
      Finally we have the POtuS who continues to fight and expand the wars he campaigned as stopping within 20 minutes of being sworn in and blaming the hi-spending Republicans for a war debt the nation incurred from Clinton giving away the stuff we needed to fight those wars. A president who seems more interested in posing next to boxes of dead soldiers (whom he blames on Bush and killers masquerading as his precious Moslems, than he is supporting the troops/vets.
      So in 42 years I had two presidents I felt pride in serving as my CiC, one that was good but didn’t have a chance to bloom, one that wasn’t around long enough to even count and the rest wouldn’t make good planking on a corduroy road. Them’s the breaks, you does your job and cashes the check.

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      • Jett Black says:

        Thanks for this much-needed history lesson. That’s how I remember it, from the outside looking in and from my best friends being in marines and army. It’s the short-memories and shorter attention spans of our public that hurt us worst. Our enemies are long-term strategists. The only reason they’re not very successful, is that there underlying assumptions and systems are irrevocably FUBAR.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          American’s sense of history extends about two TV seasons behind them – it’s not a strong suit nor is it taught in school. Our enemies have a strong sense of their history, or what’s taught as their history, and an appreciation of it.
          I believe that if God didn’t have a soft spot for us we’d have been in the dumpster as a nation at least as early as the 1940s.

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      • Doc says:

        I can say this. I went in under Bush I and left under Clinton. The change when Clinton took over was night and day. Bush my have been a wimp, but his military was in damn fine fighting shape. Clinton subjected us to sensitivity training, we had tailhook which ran out most of the great aviators AND the great one who had gone on up the line. Like Adm. Frank Kelso. It was disgusting and so I ended up doing my 4 and getting out. As bad as Clinton was, I can’t imagine how awful Obama’s military is feeling now. Unbelievable how far he’s gone and gotten away with due to the Rhinos.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          My prime window for promotion was under Clinton. I had service in two wars by then, time in other special areas, a master’s degree, 27 years service and efficiency reports that glowed in the dark. My personnel manager made sure I had prominent assignments and did everything possible to work me into the top 10% or better of eligible candidates. I never made one cut under Clinton – not only were the slots being cut as he decimated the finest military the world had ever seen but there was a suspicion (even at the top personnel levels) the his managers were using diversity more than qualifications for promotions. By the time Clinton had moved on to huckstering at the international level I’d slid out of the zone.
          I watched whole units get mangled under Clinton, his thinking about the military seemed to be that of the school geek when looking at the football team. I always thought of his as teh POtuS sans ‘tu’.
          I didn’t mean to imply Bush 1 was a wimp, I just don’t think he had enough time to really push a nationalistic agenda before the kleptocrat Clinton slithered into office. Bush 1 was not Reagan but he sure as hell would have done less damage to the country than Clinton.

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          • I served under Reagan and Bush as president. Personally saw force reduction begin in about late 88, slowly though, picking up considerably in 89. Guys were coming back from PSD with what amounted to “pink slips” what? We were not aware this was occurring but it was.. Cheney said this: [Dick] Cheney was Secretary of Defense, we cut the defense budget by 25 percent. And we reduced the force by 500,000 active duty soldiers, so it can be done.
            He says after the Cold War ended, but it was underway in 89,( force reduction) then slowed again, I presume due to the Gulf War, then picked up again with gusto. That act cost me 3 very lucrative jobs ( all dependent on defense spending ) Clinton: the first thing I remember about his election is “don’t ask don’t tell” now look where we are..unbelievable!

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            • czarowniczy says:

              Part of the deal with the stealth force reduction was the amount of money Reagan had to spend on welfare to keep the DemocRATS voting for funds to destroy the USSR.
              Welfare grew faster under Reagan than any other Republican (or Dem, really) POTUS prior. They demanded he agree to huge free lunch increases in return for their not blocking his attempts to render the USSR, pure blackmail. I’m betting that the Administration knew that the USSR was going to implode very soon, we were seeing economic reports it was foundering badly in the mid-80s. The draw-down was probably prodded by the need for the US not to implode under the economic weight of trying to end the Cold War while feeding millions of the DemocRAT’s flock.

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              • Soviet-Afghanistan war, began on Christmas Eve 1979. I assume this had a hand in the demise of the USSR.. Although I’m no expert, ( seems obvious ) then Reagan & his aggressive build up. The soviets did try hard to keep pace with us, ultimately failing.. Those were intense days, I tell ya. Ah yes, that welfare word, it was spoke a lot in those days. I don’t hear it spoke now, they say EBT, Tanf, housing assistance, etc. I did not know welfare spending increased under Reagan, however it makes perfect sense.( in order to get the military built proper )

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                • czarowniczy says:

                  Yeah, the invasion helped, they didn’t expect some 10 years of warfare with huge casualties. The Afghans got videos, pictures, you name it, of dead Soviet soldiers back into the Russian heartland and into circulation. The Afgahns, most undoubtedly with US help, did exactly what the VN/Communist bund did with the US in Vietnam, they used the deaths and injuries to turn the Russian citizenry against the war and teh government. It cost the Russian a lot of money they didn’t have to keep that war going, especially since the Russian military was largely structured to fight a huge defensive war and not one of power projection. They were structured to defend the Motherland and even an offensive war that close to Russia, especially with the US and NATO supplying the Muj, was a bridge too far. In WWII, with less of an industrial base, it only took the Russians just over two years from Germany invading to putting Germany into retreat. They were in Afghanistan for just over 9 years and couldn’t hold territory outside of their compounds.
                  BTW, the internet wasn’t around with its videos of soldiers killed by Muj as we have now but the Afghanis did make tapes of dead soldiers and some being killed and smuggled them into Russia to help the propaganda process along.

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  18. czarowniczy says:

    What makes anyone think that after the POtuS is done we’ll even HAVE a military to recruit for?

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    • I’m not sure he isn’t scheming for a way to remain POTUS or at try.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        As the country’s most bestest and smartes POtuS ever, not to mention distinguished guest lecturer on Constitutional Law (whose?) at the U of Chi, I’m sure he’s looking at someway to make sure he and Michelle don;t have to leave public housing. Bu if he don’t then Bill will buy the place and have him evicted so that Hillary can move her collection of industrial strength pants suits in and give PP an office to run their parts department out of.

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      • No, actually, Dems have figured out how to serve enough years in Congress to get full pension, then pass their office down to the nearest groomed candidate, often a staffer. That has happened in my state for the past 20+ years. Once they grab a once-Rep seat, they hang on to it. IMO, They are trying to bring that model to the WH.
        ‘Course it won’t work if a real, power-hungry, dictator-wannabe gets in. That’s not O. He is well-trained and knows just what to do if he knows what’s good for him. The Dems play for keeps. He’s a replaceable cog in the wheel and knows it. Why do you think FLOTUS and kids are partying like there’s no tomorrow? Because there isn’t and they know it.
        That’s my take on current reality anyway.

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  19. mpmp2015 says:

    We need to “Make America Great Again.” Nuff said…

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  20. McGuffin says:

    I chuckled at the photo. For a second. Then realized it was real.

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  21. Millwright says:

    Can anyone verify a short-lived story the Army Command issued orders to its recruiting posts to
    SWAT any citizen volunteers guarding their stations ? And now the official response is for recruiting station personal to ‘hunker down’ behind sand bags in sovereign territory its charged to defend ? WTF ??? Methinks the public, certainly our elected representatives, and probably much of the “new military’ need some serious exposure to asymmetrical warfare. We’ve already permitted the enemy(s) ample opportunity to amass com/intel, logistics and disposition to effect that ‘training’ in a most terrifying and horrible way. The ‘chicken pecks’ – ala Chattanooga- are merely probing attacks presaging a major assault.

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  22. shirley49 says:

    I have a good idea. Let’s ARM them. Also remember McCain, the great hero, just killed a bill that would have done just that. He was right when he said “I am no hero”

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  23. Storm says:

    Sad, this president has no sense of concern for the protection of America or its citizens..other wise w=our borders would be sealed & they would not import our enemies here by the plane load. These are dark, perilous days.

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    • Jett Black says:

      <0’s “concerns” are for destroying America and for his own aggrandizement in the international elite. They want everyone beneath them, subservient, controllable, and and fungible. Think Stalin or Mao and you’ve got an adequate picture.

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  24. Hillbilly says:

    With all those sandbags a .50cal machinegun should be in place.

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  25. archer52 says:

    Hard to look at. But not surprising. This is another example of the “leaders” of our nation being unable to speak the truth because they fear the loss of their power and influence. If they admit there is a problem people will demand they fix it. If they cannot, people will demand someone who can, or at least says they will. And then, after years in Congress, the old fogey is sent home in disgrace, no power, nobody returning their calls or offering money.

    Suddenly, they are us.

    And they can’t stand the idea of that at all.

    So they will do what they can to crush us and our country, even for one more day in power.

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    • goodoldboy66 says:

      Congress Critter Retirement Program
      – ‘Spend down’ their ill gotten millions in part by extracting ACA healthcare rates for each family member whilst providing them all with VA level health care.
      – Host ‘getting to know the gang’ parties between their underage (male and female) relatives and the illegals they released from prison or let walk into America.
      – Move minorities into their homes and relo them with housing vouchers to Detroit, MI.
      – Make them perform abortions on their expecting wives and daughters then perform AI with the sperm of the gutter people they have elevated above real Americans.
      – Set up ‘bum fights’ btwn critters in the octagon cage where the only way to emerge is when your opponent is pronounced dead.

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      • Jett Black says:

        Or just require that Critters demonstrate some useful skill and work ethic–then the other stuff will happen of its own accord.

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    • Jett Black says:

      There’s an acronym for that–TWANLOC–Those Who Are No Longer Our Countrymen.

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  26. Jett Black says:

    I think they should just go with 2″ thick plexi-glas and lazy-susan portals to put documents through, like at liquor and convenience stores in serious ‘hoods. Could put a couple of gun ports up high, arm with shotguns.

    I don’t see a problem with fortifying our recruiting stations and don’t see that as depressing. If there’s a risk of attack, reasonable fortification just makes sense–putting up a bunch more killable targets, even if armed, without fortifying the installation does not.

    In fact, reading that the communities are getting together to get it done, pdq, helps me know that the USA still has plenty of good, patriotic people ready and willing, not just to “support the troops” symbolically, but ready and willing to get callouses to help. I haven’t heard of any civilian guards being SWATed yet and certainly hope that doesn’t happen. I feel pretty confident that those who show up to provide this extra security wouldn’t continue to do it, if the soldiers on station or property owners genuinely asked them to leave.

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  27. goodoldboy66 says:

    Actually, appropriate police stations for recruiting and move cops onto the street beat, into street kiosks and former recruiting stations.

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  28. joshua says:

    For ME, I think they should put a huge poster of the Muhammud Cartoon on ALL THE FRONT DOORS, and put a squad of armed Military MPs armed with grenade lauchers and 50 cals. and shotguns as front door valets.

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  29. wizzum says:

    That’s just pathetic, please forgive me for saying this, it hurts to say it. Where is the white flag?

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  30. That Other Guy says:

    Odds are pretty good that most if not all of the recruiters working in those offices have served in the sandbox – and survived. One of the reasons they survived is that they understood the importance of cover and concealment, of which this is both. Any person involved in an active shooting situation that doesn’t understand C&C is soon dead.

    While one would like to think that such a thing in what is essentially a civilian location would not be necessary, given the conditions (were I a recruiter) I’d be just fine with having 3′ of sand between me and an aggressor. That will stop some serious firepower and afford the time to respond.

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  31. Craiglistrr says:

    They better tie up those strings on the sandbags. Don’t want recruits to snag their nylons or trip in their high heels.

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  32. archer52 says:

    In the right photo a thousand words can be said.

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  33. Alfred E. Neuman says:

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

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