Marjorie Haun is Reagan Girl. More at ReaganGirl.com.
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The Times magazine has recently done a poll of a small sample group of 500 “likely Republican voters” (defined as registered Republicans, registered independents who vote in GOP primaries, and a small group of Democrats) which purports to “show” that 47% of “Republicans” now support an isolationist (or almost isolationist) foreign policy of the kind that Ron Paul supports. The media (including, sadly, even conservative media outlets such as the Washington Times) is now trumpeting the results as supposed proof that Ron Paul has swayed a lot of Republicans to agree with his insane neo-isolationist foreign policy and that this supposed “shift” in “Republicans’ ” foreign policy attitude is largely due to Paul. Says Stephen Dinan of the Washington Times:
“America is a shining city upon a hill whose beacon light guides freedom-loving people everywhere.” *Ronald Reagan*
Okay, I’ve been exposed. Yes, I admit it. My gazillions of words chronicling political duplicity, the tyranny of the current administration, the lies of the Left, and the dysfunctional personalities of many, many people, are simply my ploy to get on as a congressional staffer. URP! Some bile just came up. Excuse me while I clear my mouth.
Truly, the job of a congressional staffer is perfect for ReaganGirl. The job description fits me to a tee:
“Government is never more dangerous than when our desire to have it help us blinds us to its great power to harm us.” *Ronald Reagan*
Why would the Department of Energy (DOE) arm its agents? The answer might be simple if you consider the different roles of the DOE, one of which is to transport nuclear weapons, nuclear waste, and other items that require a high level of armed security. Ordinarily the DOE contracts out these tasks, but nevertheless, such convoys are usually accompanied by guards armed with a variety of weapons. An employee of CAPCO, a defense contractor located in Grand Junction, Colorado, during a routine scan of federal defense solicitations, discovered two documents from the Department of Energy with posting dates of February 7, 2012, and February 22, 2012. The employee of CAPCO claimed that he had never before seen requests from the DOE such as these for weapons that are much more appropriate for breaking down doors in American homes than for fighting off highway terrorists.