Wow, now that sounds like one hell of a combination. How can any 1 of these 3 be synonymous with the other? ISIS is the problem, Hells Angels is the answer and if elected president of the United States, Donald Trump is crazy enough to bring all 3 together.
Imagine if you could, what it would look like if the Hells Angels were to ascend upon the desert in the Middle East looking for a fight. We’re talking about the 1%’ers here. Yep, the baddest of the bad, the worst of the worst. Now, take the money we spend on our Military and build palaces meant for a king, new bikes (the best), massive amounts of military grade weapons, booze and hookers (in massive abundance). Next, enlist the Hells Angels to a 6 month stint and promise them a place to stay in these palaces with anything and everything they need.
Oh, and lots of pork everything…..!
We enlist the Hells Angels stateside too. Why discriminate, right? I say we place them at the Mexico boarder and let them patrol down there. Again, we give them the same amenities. We all know that the Hells Angels would have NO problem whatsoever going in and destroying the hell out of these terrorists. Some say, well why don’t we just do that with our own Military. Answer – Government bullshit bureaucratic red tape. We set up a specially funded, government funded program (which are in abundance today), which nobody really knows what it’s about, funnel tons of money to the fund, which again nobody still doesn’t know what the funded program is for because we’ll give it some cover name, something like “delivering love to the middle east”.
Trust me when I tell you, it will work. The government is so overloaded with bureaucratic red tape, nobody would even know. Case in point:
- The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program Savings: $3.1 billion, the grants have been diverted to wasteful parochial projects, which include funding a pet-shampoo company and issuing risky business loans. source: (http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2014/01/10-programs-to-eliminate-in-the-january-2014-spending-billand-save-102-billion)
- Job Corps Savings: $1.6 billion, Numerous studies have found Job Corps to be ineffective at substantially increasing participants’ wages and moving them into full-time employment. Even worse, as The Heritage Foundation’s David Muhlhausen testified before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Human Resources on July 17, 2013, Job Corps has been shown to have negative effects. Based on a multisite experimental evaluation, Job Corps participants were less likely to earn a high school diploma than non-participants in a control group. Participants in the program also worked fewer weeks and worked fewer hours per week than similar teens and tweens in the control group. source: (http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2014/01/10-programs-to-eliminate-in-the-january-2014-spending-billand-save-102-billion)
- The Department of Transportation’s Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Savings: $800 million, The Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funds bicycle paths, sidewalks and nature paths, community preservation and landscaping, despite the fact that such projects are purely local matters. Therefore they should be funded using local funds, by those who will benefit from the infrastructure. source: (http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2014/01/10-programs-to-eliminate-in-the-january-2014-spending-billand-save-102-billion)
These are just a few examples of how the Federal Government could funnel money to the Hells Angels in their endeavor to wipe out ISIS with NO bureaucratic red tape and at a much less expense (and lighter burden on the U.S. Taxpayer) than using the U.S. Military.
Two closing thoughts:
- The Hells Angels would relish to have this wonderful opportunity (Doing what they do best).
- And we’d even provide them a ticker-tape celebration upon their return.