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reply to Katzenjammer12 about USDA


You asked:"Enforce laws?  You ready to arm USDA and start them looking at compliance?  I think there would be weeping and gnashing of teeth."


Perhaps there should be, a "gnashing of teeth" when we arm every little agency with weapons that some states and Democrats consider weapons of war.  People not trained as evidenced by pointing guns at unarmed farm workers or raiding the Amish.  How many armed government bureaucrats do we need?  Count the number of government gun carriers in existence, are they a bigger number than a branch of the armed forces? 


The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Office of Inspector General has 85 shiny new submachine guns, locked and loaded.

USDA to order the .40-caliber "submachine guns" in May. A spokesman for USDA OIG told CNN that these "semi-automatic" weapons were acquired on September 9, 2014.


According to a 2012 report by the Department of Justice's statistics arm, there were over 3500 gun-wielding agents assigned to the various Offices of Inspector General as of 2008, including 52 at NASA, 34 at the Small Business Administration, six at the National Science Foundation, and 28 at the Office of Personnel Management, the federal government's HR wing.

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BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: reply to Katzenjammer12 about USDA

Yeah, I take it that Katzenjammer never had any run ins with the gunslingers also known as the Do-Nothing-Right  (DNR).

Re: reply to Katzenjammer12 about USDA

DOJ enforcement actions down 90% under Trump, EPA down 94%. CFPB essentially disbanded.


May you be a proud and well armed sovereign citizen with dead grandchildren and life savings cleaned out.

Re: reply to Katzenjammer12 about USDA

Of Marty, who was outraged that the Indiana State Police started ticketing old farts driving in the left lane on the interstate.


And they wonder why there's a call for revolution.

Senior Contributor

Re: reply to Katzenjammer12 about USDA

Because in Kansas, for instance, a trooper can pass and drive in the left lane for miles, which makes some of us wonder if we were to keep

up with him in the same lane, would we be speeding or tail gating?


btw noxious, 2014, a time when America's best gun sales "mun" was acting President.

Re: reply to Katzenjammer12 about USDA

The indignity!


Far worse than police shooting black people in the back!


Next thing you know they'll be coming for your gunz.