We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to secure the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that is just as powerful, just as strong and just as well funded. —Presidential Candidate Barry Hussein SoetoroThe Hill has reported Monday that the Barry Hussein Soetoro administration has stealthy diverted one-half a billion dollars to the IRS to transform the civilian government agency into the armed national security force that candidate Soetoro said he needed to secure his national security objectives. (see story)(see :21sec video)
According to The Hill, the money is only part of the IRS’s total implementation spending, and it is being provided outside the normal appropriations process. The tax agency is responsible for several key provisions of the new law, including the unpopular individual mandate. (see related story)
Congressional Leaders have been warning for two years that 16,500 IRS agents would be added to the roles of the IRS under Soetoro and those agents would be armed to enforce Obamacare. It is highly suspect that when one queries the subject of 16,500-armed IRS agents, pages on the subject are removed throughout the internet however in contrast several pro Soetoro factcheck sites are posted to refute the claims of several thousand armed IRS agents. Highly curious I must say!
Only sites that will speak in general terms are allowed to remain on the net. (see example)
The Supreme Court is presently deciding the constitutionally of Obamacare. However according to the Hill the Soetoro administration is not waiting for such a ruling it is presently laying ground work for enforcement of Obamacare by the IRS.
It should be apparent to even the blindest partisans supporting the administration Barry Hussein Soetoro’s plan is to use the government attack dog, the IRS, to bully the American people to comply with his healthcare law whether or not the law is found unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
Presidential candidate Soetoro called for a civilian national security force to enforce his objectives. The IRS certain could fill that order.
After all the IRS is just as powerful, just as strong and just as well funded as any other U.S. governmental organization. They certainly are the most feared civilian government agency.