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GOP Lawmakers Target Government Ammo Stockpiling

Nayak said claims that DHS’ ammo purchases are helping ‘dry up the supply’ in the U.S. are “simply not true.” Really?? Bullets grow on trees, right? The contract demanded immediate delivery right? Simply put, Nayak is a liar. No need in using "make nice" words like "simply not true".
NewJAl Wrote: Apr 27, 2013 12:01 AM
In regard to Nayak, rather than call the person out as a liar, you should take a page out of Hillary's book and do what she did to Petraeus. Rather than pronounce him a liar, she said 'That requires a willfull suspension of disbelief '. And thousands want that woman to run for Pres.
You can't make this stuff up.

As the gun-control debate raged on in the wake of the Newtown massacre, concerns about the future availability of ammunition and firearms intensified. The high demand led to unprecedented shortages of ammuntion, however. Empty shelves in gun stores, long backorders and drastic price increases have become the norm. Some police departments in California have even begun training with airsoft guns. Thus, reports that DHS was trying to buy up 1.6 billion rounds of ammo over five years have raised eyebrows.

Although DHS’ chief procurement officer Nick Nayak said in a hearing on Thursday that this figure isn’t correct,...