posted on Apr, 28 2014 @ 07:15 PM
This makes sense if you think about it and here is why:
The way the government determines a budget is by how much in the red or black the end of the year numbers are in. If an agency or a department runs
in the red, chances are they get an increase in the budget next year, but if it runs in the black, then they cut the budget for the next year.
The military submitted a budget that makes drastic cuts to it, reduction on all levels. So as a result it has to show a red to get a bigger slice of
However, there is one other little detail, how old was the ammo that they destroyed? If it was say 10 to 20 years old, it would serve to reason that
it would need to be destroyed as there could be a problem with it not being functional, so it would make sense to destroy it and recycle it to make
new ammo, along with seeing if the military can function with less ammo. Less ammo, means less likely that it will need to get involved in a