Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Arizona's New Militia And Israel

כ"ז לחודש השני תשע"ג

Guns Save Lives: AZ Governor Jan Brewer Signs Bill to Establish State Volunteer Militia, Separate from National Guard

May 7, 2013

For those who get a little freaked out by state militias, check this out.

Towards the end of April 2011, AZ Governor Jan Brewer quietly signed into a law a bill that would allow for the establishment of a volunteer state militia, which would be separate from the National Guard.

The bill does say that the force can be an armed force and would be called up the Governor.

Some funding for the National Guard stationed along Arizona’s Mexican border will be expiring this year and supporters of the bill hope the governor will call up a militia to help secure borders.
The bill gives the governor great power in when to use the militia. (cont.)

(Tip Credit: Moshe at Insanity Now, Serenity Later)

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
And to think that everyone was upset when former Arizona Governor Janet Napalitano became U. S.  Secretary of Homeland Security. Thanks to one of the various idiotic acts of President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Jan Brewer became Governor Jan Brewer.

So, now, Arizonians, affectionately called "Zoners" by us native Californians, are laughing all the way to their local firearms stores!

Gee. I wonder what life would be like in Israel, if Yehudah and the Shomron (Judea and Samaria). Maybe most of those Jews murdered as a result of inadequate measures and complacency, would still be alive today, if we had a similar militia in place.

Click the image for a comprehensive list of "Oslo War" casualties since Rosh Hashannah, 5760/2000.

Gee. I wonder what it would have been like, if a certain, late Israeli prime minister had not given weapons to the Yishma'elite (Arab) enemy.

...and, if a certain Israeli President had never suggested that "Israelis weren't killed by THOSE guns."

What? So, then they were killed by "other" guns, rocks, firebombs, and regular bombs?

I am almost tempted to nominate Governor Jan Brewer for Israeli Prime Minister. She certainly couldn't do any worse.

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