Head Case: Texas Judge Calls For Preparation For “Civil War” If Obama Is Elected To Repel A United Nations Invasion

Lubbock County Judge Tom Head is opposed to the reelection of Barack Obama but does not simply confined his objections to unemployment or civil liberties or those mundane political concerns. Head has called for a tax increase to prepare for “civil war” if Obama is elected. He insists that Obama is planning to turn over the United States to the United Nations in this second term. He wants to prepare Lubbock for the invasion of United Nations troops as well as the riots and demonstrations that are likely to occur following the reelection of Obama.

Head wants a tax increase to raise money to “beef up” resources to prepare for what is coming: “He’s going to try to hand over the sovereignty of the U.S. to the United Nations, what’s going to happen when that happens? . . . I’m thinking worse case scenario,” Judge Head explained. “Civil unrest, civil disobedience, civil war maybe…we’re not just talking a few riots or demonstrations.”

What concerns Head the most is the quality of the guys behind him watching his back on the ramparts: “I don’t want rookies. I want trained, equip and seasoned veteran officers to back me.”

This reminds me of another great American character, Russ Cargill from the The Simpson’s Movie:

Damn it! Well, then you find ’em, and you get ’em back in the dome! And to make sure nobody else gets out, I want roving death squads around the perimeter 24-7! I want 10,000 tough guys, and I want 10,000 soft guys to make the tough guys look tougher! And here’s how I want them arranged: tough, soft, tough, tough, soft, tough, soft, soft, tough, tough, soft, soft, tough, soft, tough, soft!
Sir, I’m afraid you’ve gone mad with power.
Of course I have! Have you ever tried going mad without power? It’s boring, no one listens to you!

Head’s campaign bio says that he is a graduate of Texas Tech University. A former police officer in Lubbock, he seems to have a particular interest in emergency planning:

Chair of the L.E.P.C. (Local Emergency Planning Committee) from 2000 to present
Past Chair of S.P.A.G (South Plains Association of Government) Law Enforcement Advisory Committee
S.P.A.G. Board member from 1999 to present
E.R.A.C. (Emergency Response Advisory Coordination) member.
Director of the M.A.C. (Multi Agency Coordination) Group concerning Homeland Security
Homeland Security training in:
I.C.S. (Incident Command System)
N.I.M.S. (National Incident Management System)
Serve as Observer/Controller for N.E.R.R.T.C. (the National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center) through Texas A&M University

What is most disconcerting is the thought that Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon is sitting there planning the attack on Lubbock and yet no one but Judge Head is doing a thing to stop him. What will it take before we rise to Head’s siren’s call? Kimchi on the menu of the public schools or, worse yet, European soccer replacing American football on the high school fields? I am with Head on this one. I had a case in Lubbock and those jack-booted U.N. thugs are not coming to town to visit the National Ranching Center.

In the meantime, it is comforting to know that Judge Head will be meting out justice as he prepares for the apocalyptic invasion of the Obama-led U.N. zombie army.

Source: CBS and CNN

69 thoughts on “Head Case: Texas Judge Calls For Preparation For “Civil War” If Obama Is Elected To Repel A United Nations Invasion”

  1. Romney endorses what judge said:
    Turning to the United Nations to tell us how to raise our kids, or whether we can have the Second Amendment rights that our Constitution gave us, I mean, that is the wrong way to go, right? Do not cede sovereignty,” Romney said. “I’m happy to talk there. I’m not willing to give American sovereignty in any way, shape or form to the United Nations or any other body. We are a free nation. We fought for freedom and independence. We are going to keep freedom and independence.” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/22/tom-head-texas-obama_n_1822003.html

  2. In my mind I can see the good judge perched there in 1863 on that Pennsylvania field. Hood’s Texans’ banners flying; the cannons exploding before them; and his gang of dedicated traitors ready to march that 1500 yards or so over the split rail fence, across the Emmitsburg Road, and on up to the Copse of Trees, their .60 caliber muskets glinting in the late afternoon sun. Then I hear the command to go and ol’ Judge Head hearing the first volley of union long-range artillery or maybe seeing the devastation of canister shot ahead of him turns and hightails it back to the safety of the line of trees only to be welcomed by the crisp musketry of the Old Guard hell bent to dissuade any cowards from abandoning the Lost Cause. Ah, those neo-confederates.

    It’s only a dream, but a sweet one.

  3. Woosty,

    Me too but we aren’t in Kansas. I feel kind of sorry for the guy. The Sea of Galilee isn’t holy water … there are all kinds of resorts located there.

    Election season is just crazy

  4. The guy in the photo looks a bit dumb. Did someone alter the photo to make him appear dumb? Is Lubbock some kind of dumb place? Did Todd Akin live down there for awhile?

  5. I can “higher mercenaries”** but I can’t “bad, worse, worst”. Recovering your English is tough after all these years. Was that right? Bad, worse, worst?

    **I am still asking if IE9 will do spell checking. I cna’t do my own.

    PS I bathed in the Dead Sea. And visited Bethlehem.
    Where is Galilee? Is there a cathedral there?

  6. I don’t understand the big todo about the skinny dipping….really, I’d be in the water…

  7. Ah, yes … Kevin Yoder of Kansas … dudless in the sea

    I’d opine that non-judge Head’s remarks regarding his intentions to raise taxes to higher mercenaries to fight UN troops who will attack if Obama is reelected is a little bit worse than an infantile republican from Kansas taking off his clothes and dipping his toes in the Sea of Galilee.

  8. Is this better or worse than having your congressman skinny dipping in the Sea of Galilee?

  9. FYI Folks:

    Head ain’t a real “judge.”

    Th “County Judge” in Texas is the highest elected official of the County — sorta like a the mayor of the county. Other than living in the county, there really aren’t any other requirements for the office.

    The county judge presides over the county commissioners court, sorta like city council. The commissioners court mostly deals with roads and bridges, the sheriff’s department and local prison, some parks, and the county hospital.

    The county judge is not a judicial office, unlike the judges of County Courts at Law; however, the state constitution grants county judges probate jurisdiction — including competency proceedings — though very few county judges exercise the authority.

  10. Otteray Scribe 1, August 23, 2012 at 9:18 am

    He says there is no difference between a fertilized egg and a full grown person.
    A republican who worked as a staffer in congress for 28 years has published a dictionary:

    Prolife: the unconditional support of the first nine months of a human being’s existence. After that period has expired, the same human being has an unconditional right to be executed by the state, sent off to war, or die without health insurance.

    Real Americans: the minority of Americans who look, think, and act exactly as I do.

    (A Devil’s Dictionary). He will probably add Teflon Vagina Juice to his dictionary soon enough.

  11. As former Vice President Dan Quayle has explained: “What a terrible thing to have lost one’s mind. Or not to have a mind at all. How true that is.”

    However, I prefer the reworked (and much funnier) “quotation” (that is closer to the original slogan that Mr. Quayle was thinking of): “A mind is a terrible thing to lose.”

  12. Malisha,

    It meets the definition of sedition – conduct which is directed against a government and which tends toward insurrection but does not amount to treason. Treason is narrowly defined by the Constitution as levying war against the United States or of adhering to its enemies, giving them aid and comfort in Art. 3, Sec. 3. This guy seriously is not fit for the bench and an embarrassment to the bar.

  13. Think of it: UN invades Texas and wins. UN then gets Texas. UN then decides to disband so as not to have to have Texas. Net result: Lubbock wins! UN is gone! Thank God for Texas!

  14. Excuse me, how is it not treason to say that we need to raise taxes to fight a civil war if the incumbent president of this country is re-elected?

    It is, at very least, a form of incitement, right? What’s wrong with this guy, besides the fact that for years a bunch of people have been forced to call him “Your Honor” or go to jail?

  15. First off, even if this Ban Ki-Moon inspired Zombie Apocalypse was in the works, the UN Army couldn’t fight its way out of a wet paper bag.

    So why budget anything, we have enough water wiennies and BB guns to go around. The next blue helmeted zombie that comes to my door demanding cerebral nourishment will experience a super soaker blast to the guts, to which he and his cohorts will flee in Monty Python “Run Away!, Run Away!” fashion. Soon, the UN will report the American Campaign is much too hazardous and will pull out in shame.

    I’m kind of looking forward to this invasion, sounds like a hoot!

  16. shano,

    I tried a couple of times to fix that embedding on the Lyle Lovett video and repost it, but WP was having none of it.

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