Because that's what America's police now do - work as enforcers, as hired mercenaries, as hired hands... as debt collecting loan-sharks' enforcers - for the bankster kleptocrats that Barack Obama answers to.
But it would look bad - awful, terrible, horrible -
for Team Obama's dictator-oligarch-kleptocrats if Obama's campaign offices were shown to be little more than the BARBED WIRE "protected" concentration camp "FREE SPEECH ZONES" that the Bush 2004 campaign created in 2004 to silence opposition at their NY re-election convention....
...like kleptocrat Citi-bank bankster Jacob Lew ("I gave myself a bailouts funded nearly $1 million dollar 'BONUS'... after I ran my division of Citi-group IN TO the SEWER of bad debts and bankruptcy") who just so happens to be Mr. Obama's
Jacob Lew - Obama's Third Chief Of Staff Got Rich On Wall Street (Thank You Taxpayers!), Just Like His Predecessors
Jacob Lew, Obama Nominee And Former Citigroup Executive, Doesn't Believe Deregulation Led To Financial Crisis
A former top executive at Citigroup who participated in the deregulation of Wall Street during the Clinton administration and recently was tapped by President Barack Obama for a top White House post told a Senate panel last week that deregulation didn't lead to the recent financial crisis.
Jacob "Jack" Lew, Obama's nominee to lead the Office of Management and Budget, the White House agency entrusted with ensuring that federal regulations reflect the president's agenda, was asked Thursday during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Budget Committee by Sen. Bernie Sanders whether he believed that the "deregulation of Wall Street, pushed by people like Alan Greenspan [and] Robert Rubin, contributed significantly to the disaster we saw on Wall Street."
Lew, a former OMB chief for President Bill Clinton, told the panel that "the problems in the financial industry preceded deregulation," and after discussing those issues, added that he didn't "personally know the extent to which deregulation drove it, but I don't believe that deregulation was the proximate cause." (continued)