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Social Security Administration To Purchase 174 Thousand Rounds Of Hollow Point Bullets

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Ok Homeland security, yeah understandable. NOAA slightly understandable for people going to remote workstations and weather sites in the wild. SS Administration, WTF do they need with ammo? Any ine have any clue as to why these federal agencies need ammo?

http://www.infowars.com/social-security-administration-to-purchase-174-thousand-rounds-of-hollow-point-bullets/

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alecto wrote:Ok Homeland security, yeah understandable. NOAA slightly understandable for people going to remote workstations and weather sites in the wild. SS Administration, WTF do they need with ammo? Any ine have any clue as to why these federal agencies need ammo?

http://www.infowars.com/social-security-administration-to-purchase-174-thousand-rounds-of-hollow-point-bullets/

Security guards possibly, every office seems to have one

TEOTWAWKI

TEOTWAWKI
It's the central government arming everyone it believes it might support it in a civil war

Markle

Markle
alecto wrote:Ok Homeland security, yeah understandable. NOAA slightly understandable for people going to remote workstations and weather sites in the wild. SS Administration, WTF do they need with ammo? Any ine have any clue as to why these federal agencies need ammo?

http://www.infowars.com/social-security-administration-to-purchase-174-thousand-rounds-of-hollow-point-bullets/

IF President Barack Hussein Obama wins re-election folks on Medicare aren't going to be happy when they realize Obama has promised to SLASH Medicare by over $700 BILLION. And that's just the start. Wait until they come out and say, oh...and about those death panels....

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nochain wrote:
alecto wrote:Ok Homeland security, yeah understandable. NOAA slightly understandable for people going to remote workstations and weather sites in the wild. SS Administration, WTF do they need with ammo? Any ine have any clue as to why these federal agencies need ammo?

http://www.infowars.com/social-security-administration-to-purchase-174-thousand-rounds-of-hollow-point-bullets/

Security guards possibly, every office seems to have one

this seems like a lot though. unless they let them use the rounds for pratice. because I wouldnt expect them at the SS office to use any during work. thats got to be rare. and you still think this would have gone through homeland security. i wouldnt have thought anything about this but each department seems to be loading up, when really DOD should be handling that alone imho

Sal

Sal
Markle wrote:
IF President Barack Hussein Obama wins re-election folks on Medicare aren't going to be happy when they realize Obama has promised to SLASH Medicare by over $700 BILLION.

That's just a brazen lie. That $700 billion figure comes from a CBO report explaining how expensive it would be to repeal Obamacare. Among the costs of repeal would be an additional cost of some $700 billion of savings in administrative costs. The savings come from lower reimbursements to hospitals (which they're happy with because the increase in insured customers more than makes up for any loss in profits), tightening up the private insurance known as Medicare Advantage, and much less compensatory payments to hospitals who treat the uninsured (because there will so many less uninsured). In short, the ACA does A LOT to make Medicare more efficient, but does NOTHING to cut benefits.

But it gets worse. When Ryan put together his budget, he didn't want to have to replace $700 billion in savings, so he left all of the $700 billion in ACA savings in place. And the Repukes all voted for it. Now they want to call these savings "cuts" and pretend they didn't vote for them. Now that Ryan is on the ticket, that shit ain't gonna fly.

Quit with your lies.

NaNook

NaNook
salinsky wrote:
Markle wrote:
IF President Barack Hussein Obama wins re-election folks on Medicare aren't going to be happy when they realize Obama has promised to SLASH Medicare by over $700 BILLION.

That's just a brazen lie. That $700 billion figure comes from a CBO report explaining how expensive it would be to repeal Obamacare. Among the costs of repeal would be an additional cost of some $700 billion of savings in administrative costs. The savings come from lower reimbursements to hospitals (which they're happy with because the increase in insured customers more than makes up for any loss in profits), tightening up the private insurance known as Medicare Advantage, and much less compensatory payments to hospitals who treat the uninsured (because there will so many less uninsured). In short, the ACA does A LOT to make Medicare more efficient, but does NOTHING to cut benefits.

But it gets worse. When Ryan put together his budget, he didn't want to have to replace $700 billion in savings, so he left all of the $700 billion in ACA savings in place. And the Repukes all voted for it. Now they want to call these savings "cuts" and pretend they didn't vote for them. Now that Ryan is on the ticket, that shit ain't gonna fly.

Quit with your lies.

Please explain why local Doctors only treat Medicare Advantage patients? You do know, Medicare Advantage is gone under Obamacare....People are willing to pay a premium for health care, why not let them? My wife pays more for Medicare Advantage, she doesn't have to sit in waiting rooms for hours. Why?

Here is the pecking order;

Private Insurance/ Medicare Advantage


Medicare.....if they even take it..

Medicaid....go to a free clinic......

It's not going to change. Even Ms. Obama was hired to reduce the poor attending the UC Hospital. Ms. Obama paid for their Cabs.....how quaint...

NaNook

NaNook
NaNook wrote:
salinsky wrote:
Markle wrote:
IF President Barack Hussein Obama wins re-election folks on Medicare aren't going to be happy when they realize Obama has promised to SLASH Medicare by over $700 BILLION.

That's just a brazen lie. That $700 billion figure comes from a CBO report explaining how expensive it would be to repeal Obamacare. Among the costs of repeal would be an additional cost of some $700 billion of savings in administrative costs. The savings come from lower reimbursements to hospitals (which they're happy with because the increase in insured customers more than makes up for any loss in profits), tightening up the private insurance known as Medicare Advantage, and much less compensatory payments to hospitals who treat the uninsured (because there will so many less uninsured). In short, the ACA does A LOT to make Medicare more efficient, but does NOTHING to cut benefits.

But it gets worse. When Ryan put together his budget, he didn't want to have to replace $700 billion in savings, so he left all of the $700 billion in ACA savings in place. And the Repukes all voted for it. Now they want to call these savings "cuts" and pretend they didn't vote for them. Now that Ryan is on the ticket, that shit ain't gonna fly.

Quit with your lies.

Please explain why local Doctors only treat Medicare Advantage patients? You do know, Medicare Advantage is gone under Obamacare....People are willing to pay a premium for health care, why not let them? My wife pays more for Medicare Advantage, she doesn't have to sit in waiting rooms for hours. Why?

Here is the pecking order;

Private Insurance/ Medicare Advantage


Medicare.....if they even take it..

Medicaid....go to a free clinic......

It's not going to change. Even Ms. Obama was hired to reduce the poor attending the UC Hospital. Ms. Obama paid for their Cabs.....how quaint...

I'm waiting...still waiting.....people with Medicare Advantage are willing to pay more. Why not let them? We'll pay more for Medicare Advantage coverage,, if offered. It's not OFFERED, it's gone, WHY??? Millions of seniors want to know why?????

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