The bill "would prohibit every government agency except the military from buying more ammunition each month, than the monthly average it purchased from 2001 to 2009." That's not so unreasonable.
Actually, it's very unreasonable, since there are more agents/officers now than between 2001 and 2009. If you wish to take away ammo from the Border Patrol, then feel free to push and vote for this BS.
To: Marine Inspector
"If you wish to take away ammo from the Border Patrol,..."
I don't, and the Border Patrol should well supplied. At the same time, it's not good for the Border Patrol to be subjugated in some ways to the more out-of-touch political offices that have been implying false tales about implementing hysterical policies that provoke distrust--policies that aren't even going to be implemented.
They shouldn't even be allowing such tales to fly by issuing generalities to other offices and letting them ferment later among tellers of conspiracy tales. Us-against-them policy doesn't work. I would like to see better public affairs work from DHS, or our Government should give the work of DHS to the U.S. Army.
The world is not going to end by some natural disaster (global warming: one of several examples), although more attention should be given to defense. We're not going to run out of food. There won't be any roundup against veterans, Christians, etc. There won't be any "30,000 drones" watching the American population. The government won't be attacked by zombies. The people that government should be serving won't be attacked by zombies, although laid off government employees might start some minor riots (as seen in Greece, etc.).
posted on 05/01/2013 5:01:38 PM PDT
(We Baby Boomers are croaking in an avalanche of rotten politics smelled around the planet.)
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