Military role in homeland defense Needs clarification
by Jim Kouri
Air Force Gen. Victor E. Renuart Jr., commander of U.S. Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command says: "There are some who believe that somehow we have created this command to exercise military authority in the homeland, and that is not the case," he said. "Trust me, I've got about 16 lawyers that follow me around everyday just to make sure I don't trip over that line.
"The art form in this is to ensure that you can be leaning on the edge of that precipice to provide the right support," he continued, "but not trip off and invade the rights and safeties that are guaranteed by our Constitution to our civilians."
The sheer number of participants speaks to NORAD's level of preparation and coordination. Teaming up to deal with the stolen Canadian flight were American and Canadian NORAD agents, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Transportation Security Administration, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, NAV Canada, the White House, U.S. Departments of Defense and Homeland Security, and oddly enough, the pilot's ex-girlfriend.
JAG HUNTER here:
But you all just go ahead and trust General Renuart...cause Renuart's got about sixteen JAG and other government lawyers safeguarding your constitutional protections.
The same sorts of JAGs and government who are okay with kidnapping and unlawfully imprisoning innocent servicemen and taking away your guns. The same JAGs and attroneys who are okay with an impostor commander in chief.
If you're not ready, no worries. Surley Obama, Renuart, and all the other command racketeers will be.
HERE ENDTH THE LESSON!
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