Having successfully demilitarized the military in order to hand over the surplus equipment to local police forces in order to help them keep the peace in our cities…
Big Guy’s well integrated administration has now decided that they need to demilitarize the police as well by introducing “softer” uniforms:
A large part of rebuilding that trust between police and the community comes through “demilitarizing” law enforcement agencies. The task force, for example, suggests that police departments:
…minimize confrontation by using “soft look” uniforms, having officers remove riot gear as soon as practical, and maintaining open postures. “When officers line up in a military formation while wearing full protective gear, their visual appearance may have a dramatic influence on how the crowd perceives them and how the event ends.”
Not to quibble, butt it sounds like Big Guy’s deploying the Sears strategy: “Come see the softer side of Sears.” And I think we all know how well that worked out.
And now Barry’s employing the Sears allegory to Camden, New Jersey? Camden?
The only city in America that makes Detroit look good? Dude, you’re on thin ice.
Anyway, now that we’ve got Camden New Jersey (population 77k) under control, we can refocus our attention on ISIS in Iraq,
Libya, Syria, Yemen, Cameroon, Niger and Afghanistan. Finally, Big Guy can get around to “shrinking Islamic State's “sphere of influence’” and “degrading and destroying” them like he promised last September.
Meanwhile, I think we’ve found a use for all that military gear that BHO’s recalling from the local gendarmes:
Don’t forget: “We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.”
Cross-Posted on Patriot Action Network