The Department of Homeland Security responded Friday to questions from Rep. Tim Huelskamp, R-Kan., about why the agency was allegedly planning to buy some 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition over the next five years.
DHS told Whispers it regularly fills all of its goods and services requirements at one time because it's cheaper for the agency, and that the 1.6 billion number was misleading because the language of DHS's purchase said it would need "up to" a certain amount.
One solicitation by the agencyÔÇöfor training centers and law enforcement personnelÔÇöwas for "up to" 750 million rounds of training ammunition over the next five years, DHS spokesman Peter Boogaard told Whispers....
yep, the rep's under bush created the new beaurocracies that would create a new surveillance system that was not under states but under regions answering to a fed power, ran by someone who had dual citizenship and later brought legislation for the cancer scanners that he was invested in, then to be replaced by who many affectionately call Big Sis. then during 08 election, candidate announced that a new domestic group more powerful than even the military would be created for our good. so this is for our good, and all while we tried to elect candidate who was in support of NDAA (end of posse comitatus), and somehow thinking this was a contrast. Seamless transition to where we are now. They will protect us, so who needs the 2nd amendment? Really, this amendment is the last on the docket, and evangelicals were willing to trade the others out for the war on .... whatever it was. Possibly a million dead in Iq and millions dispersed -- but we ended terror. ok.