Monday, March 11, 2013 -- "1.6 Billion Rounds Of Ammo For Homeland Security? It's Time For A National Conversation"

Now that a big time, really-really 
News organization is bull-horning this issue.....
ya think maybe NOW government controlled media might begin
investigating this nefarious SCAM by Homeland Security????
Janet Napolitano 
United States Secretary of Homeland Security

     The Forbes article begins by quoting another news organization's report on this incredible abuse of power by a government agency--a report issued nearly a month ago.

     Notice how Forbes may have been aware of these abuses, however initial reports were from, what they obviously viewed as non-credible (nut-job conspiracy loons) internet websites.  The article is peppered with their reference to these sources 'as reported elsewhere.'  At least one of those sources happened to be the Belfast Telegraph.  Once again, a major news story happening in this country is FIRST REPORTED (broken) by a foreign media source.

     The Forbes piece begins; "The Denver Post, on February 15th, ran an Associated Press article entitled Homeland Security aims to buy 1.6b rounds of ammo, so far to little notice.  It confirmed that the Department of Homeland Security has issued an open purchase order for 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition.  As reported elsewhere, some of this purchase order is for hollow-point rounds, forbidden by international law for use in war, along with a frightening amount specialized for snipers. Also reported elsewhere, at the height of the Iraq War the Army was expending less than 6 million rounds a month.  Therefore 1.6 billion rounds would be enough to sustain a hot war for 20+ years.  In America."

     If this information had been presented to you last week and it was from a source, other than Forbes, is there any chance you would have given it a second glance?  Now that the PIG IS WEARING A PARTY DRESS, PERHAPS IT IS TIME TO GET TO KNOW HER A LITTLE BETTER!

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