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1.6 Billion Rounds Of Ammo, Homeland Security? Time For A National Conversation

fiddlerMO Wrote: Mar 13, 2013 12:02 PM
War? What war? The US hasn't declared war since WW2
MikefromDE Wrote: Mar 14, 2013 10:23 AM
Bondsman: Put simply, the military would not comply. The officer core is primarily conservative and the military is composed of our sons and daughters.
Bondman60 Wrote: Mar 14, 2013 9:48 AM
Whether the Alinskyites can execute their plans smoothly or not is not really the point. The point is that they do indeed wish to "fundamentally remake America", and they may be willing to use force to do so. Google DHS Viper teams for more on DHS's increasing military capabilities. Suppose the same effective military leadership returning from the Middle East is transferred to DHS, then tasked with eliminating right-winf oppostion to BHO imposing Marshal Law? DHS might be a bunch of clowns, but our military knows how to get the job done.
MikefromDE Wrote: Mar 13, 2013 6:53 PM
Fiddler: Yes, with votes, not guns. And they can’t keep a secret. You are actually supporting my argument.
fiddlerMO Wrote: Mar 13, 2013 5:38 PM
What the hell kind of babble is this?
Do you really think the government can pull off some giant conspiracy?
They couldn't keep oral sex in the oval office a secret.
The Socialists will take control through entitlements just like they always have.
Buy the vote, and brainwash our children in the Government Schools.
MikefromDE Wrote: Mar 13, 2013 1:54 PM
fiddler: Well, obviously you can’t what of all these other folks that believe that the government is going to seize total control?

The Denver Post, on February 15th, ran an Associated Press article entitled “Homeland Security aims to buy 1.6b rounds of ammo”, to far too little notice. It confirmed that the Department of Homeland Security has issued an open purchase order for 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition. As elsewhere reported, some of this purchase order is for rounds forbidden by international law for use in war plus a frightening amount specialized for snipers. Also reported elsewhere, at the height of the Iraq War the Army was expending fewer than 6 million rounds a month. 1.6 billion rounds, therefore, would be enough...