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White House Calls for a Posse

para_dimz Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 9:15 AM
When the banks blew up, got bailed, got legislation protecting TBTF banks in the future and nobody underwent civil forfeiture or criminal indictment the Rs, the Ds the administrations et al lost the people. It is that small part of big business, big money that needed and still needs to come inder bit and brace. Until then, the public lashing out will continue. And I don't blame them for the scattergun approach. The government never gave them a clear target for the losses they incurred. Its too bad that good people, good capitalists are getting rolled now. They have the Rs to thank. Never the Ds. Ds are unreliable by design.
According to Bonnie Barker, Posse Comitatus was a rider to an appropriations bill, Chapter 263, Section 15, and approved June 18, 1878, seeking to ensure certain order during the Reconstruction period after the Civil War. The two-part goal was to make sure universal manhood suffrage was permitted, and no former Confederate officers voted.

In addition, it was to make sure the use of any part of the Army to execute laws in civilian settings was regulated, and at the same time flexible enough to protect against criminals and Indian attacks. Because much of this enforcement happened outside American territories, waiting for...
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