Grant Swank
Obama's mandatory uniformed 'volunteer' corps?
By Grant Swank
March 20, 2009

Will America soon have its mandatory corps in uniform from shore to shore. Doing what? Seeing through the Obama 'military watch,' of course.

Is this an Oval Office terrifying definition of "volunteerism"?

Far-fetched? Not so.

The House approved a scheme to ensconce a "volunteer corps" nationwide. Further, the House approved examining "a workable, fair and reasonable mandatory service requirement for all able young people."

Hitler, here we come. Stretching it? Not so.

Note the word "mandatory." The House passed it. ". . .mandatory. . .all able young people." Is that your son? Is that your daughter? Is that your grandson? Is that your granddaughter? Of course. That's what the House passed.

To date, the Republic has worked quite efficiently and compassionately with its democracy-based volunteerism, far more than any other country. Why change that awesome force?

No reason, except if one schemes to plot a country of mannequins answerable to DC, uniformed from head to toe, giving allegiance to the next PA Avenue command.

Per Bob Unruh of WorldNetDaily: "The legislation also refers to 'uniforms' that would be worn by the 'volunteers' and the 'need' for a 'public service academy, a 4-year institution' to 'focus on training' future 'public sector leaders.' The training, apparently, would occur at 'campuses.'"

Hold onto your flags, true patriots. Your nation is being yanked out of your pledge of allegiance, folks.

The House will fork over $6 billion for the military-appearing march-stepping human frames designing a horrific definition to "volunteerism."

Evidently this is the first step toward Obama's "National Civilian Security Force," something he included in an address last year.

Time to riot, true Americans. Time to riot.

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Grant Swank

Joseph Grant Swank, Jr., is a pastor at New Hope Church in Windham, Maine... (more)

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