This guy has been making his presence known for quite a while now, ever since hurricane Sandy if I remember correctly. It seems that his job is to get people to notice that he’s around. Well, O.K. We’ve noticed! Hooray for DHS!
However, one would have to wonder why he’s not up with the victims of hurricane Sandy, who are sorely disappointed with the almost total lack of presence of DHS. One wonders what DHS is really for when they are so desperately needed elsewhere. Isn’t this already one of the most highly patrolled air-spaces in the world?
I remember that they were here to confer with the local law enforcement quite a few months ago. They wanted to know how available our guys would be to participate in a martial law crackdown on U.S. citizens. The answer was “Not at all,” as in, “Hell, no!”
Ahhh… So that’s why they’re here. Interesting. As Benghazi heats up, as the worst of Obamacare is about to come to light in the next months, as the economy goes down the tubes, as more people lose their jobs, and as it looks like we might be going into impeachment hearings for our terrorist friendly president….
Whatever! I don’t even know if the DHS is a police force, an alternative national guard, those who are helpful during natural disasters, or in times of military uncertainty, or if DHS is just an over-sized anti-terrorism unit, concentrating on U.S. citizens who are merely politically incorrect in that they are peacefully pro-life, are vets, etc… Whatever! I’m happy that one DHSer sent a Saint Michael statue to the hermitage, a statue which, mind you, is up on the gradines next to the tabernacle. So, O.K.!
I’m not very hawkish on all these things. What do I know? I just hear things. Perhaps alot. But anyway, I like to take note of real hawks in the area, with this one being just a few hundred yards down the way. A red tailed hawk, perhaps an adolescent.
They stand over two feet high and have a wing span edging on five feet. Yikes!
They are also called chicken-hawks, but I would bet on my rooster having this guy for breakfast if he tried to get one of the hens.