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Dec 21, 2011

We are at war and when you’re at war, you have to bring in soldiers

“I have called on the Governor to bring in the National Guard,” said Badon, asserting that residents were “more comfortable” after seeing the Guard patrol the streets in 2005 during Hurricane Katrina.

“We are at war and when you’re at war, you have to bring in soldiers,” said Badon, describing the situation as “urban warfare,” and complaining about people who own guns.

Here is the ass hat who wants a repeat of Katrina.  It's a tragedy that a baby was killed,but that doesn't the fact that these are common criminals.

So, the NDAA snowball is gaining speed.  Battlefield USA is soon to be knocking on our doors.

via CNN & Infowars
A Louisiana lawmaker wants the National Guard to patrol the streets of New Orleans after a toddler who was four days shy of her second birthday was shot and killed in a drive-by.
"She was out here as a innocent bystander. She's dead now," said Rufus Ruck, the child's cousin.
Keira Holmes Gordon was gunned down in a double shooting at the B. W. Cooper Housing development on Sunday. She was one of two people hit when gunmen from two separate cars opened fire on a man who was standing nearby.


  1. New Orleans, One of the best examples besides Detroit of the failure of the big government liberal social experiment. When the local police is corrupt and the local legal system is corrupt, the only people that own guns are crooks and crooked cops, When the law lets the crooks get away with murder, the law abiding people will look to martial law for security. When the National Guard has a better reputation and free of corruption. I ain't saying it is right or wrong, that is what people will do. I bet the lawmaker is a super liberal and has a "D" behind his name. The democraps don't believe in personal responsibility, but the power of the state.