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posted on Oct, 25 2008 @ 01:25 PM
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If the Secret Service has the job to protect the president, then what if they are given the job to shoot to kill the president or the next president or any president (past and future), to become the U.S.'s new executive office holder?

The question is then: If you believe in doing your job for whatever it calls for, and you are in the Secret Service, will you do your job even if your job becomes to kill somebody you were once to protect with your life? If not, why not? Any exceptions?

If a king takes over they call it a monarcy, correct? So what is it called when a law enforment agency takes over?


The best way to throw down a presidency is to become a close group with the same job to do.




 
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