And what exactly is this historic victory?
The San Antonio Police Department has “hit the jackpot.” Today, the Drug Enforcement Administration in San Antonio handed over the largest ever drug forfeiture checks to local law enforcement.
Wednesday, DEA Special Agent Mauricio Fernandez awarded nearly $800 thousand dollars to the San Antonio Police Department. […]
The DEA also wrote a check for more than $3 million dollars to the McMullen County Sheriff’s Office.
See, that’s one of the great things about war. Sure, there’s the killing of the children, and the raping of the women, and the burning of the village, which is all fine, but then… you get to do the looting.
And this is some really good looting… $800,000.00 — $3,000,000.00
The other great thing about loot is that it helps cement the loyalty of the troops. After being rewarded so handsomely, they’ll be the first to volunteer to attack villagers the next time. They’re not going to be swayed by local politicians, or referenda, or public opinion, or… laws.
Their first and only allegiance will be to the provider of all that loot â€” their benefactor, the DEA.
They’ll be a lot like the Trashcan Man in Steven King’s The Stand…
My life for you! … bumpity bumpity bump…