What does the Education Department need 27 Remington shotguns for?

The hypocrisy of this administration rears its ugly head again.  Listed on the Federal Business Opportunities website is a notice of the United States Department of Education's intent to purchase 27 new Remington 870 Tactical (Police) Shotguns.  Check it out here

Now I don't know what's scarier:  The fact that the DoE feels it is necessary to purchase these shotguns or the fact that the type of shotguns DoE wants have been chosen "based on compatibility with ED (Department of Education) existing shotgun inventory..."  This raises more questions than it answers. 

Since when did the DoE become an agency that needed firepower?  How do the Dems and Libs justify this purchase while passionately protesting for gun-free schools?  Is there some sort of enforcement arm of DoE that we don't know about?  Or is this just in preparation for the enforcement/expansion of the liberal agenda in our nation's school systems? 

I told you this raised more questions than it answered.  In the grand scheme of the out-of-control spending by our government, 27 shotguns is a tiny waste of money, but it doesn't negate the irrelevance of the purchase by a non-law enforcement agency. 

Contact your congressman about it.  I already did.

 

The hypocrisy of this administration rears its ugly head again.  Listed on the Federal Business Opportunities website is a notice of the United States Department of Education's intent to purchase 27 new Remington 870 Tactical (Police) Shotguns.  Check it out here

Now I don't know what's scarier:  The fact that the DoE feels it is necessary to purchase these shotguns or the fact that the type of shotguns DoE wants have been chosen "based on compatibility with ED (Department of Education) existing shotgun inventory..."  This raises more questions than it answers. 

Since when did the DoE become an agency that needed firepower?  How do the Dems and Libs justify this purchase while passionately protesting for gun-free schools?  Is there some sort of enforcement arm of DoE that we don't know about?  Or is this just in preparation for the enforcement/expansion of the liberal agenda in our nation's school systems? 

I told you this raised more questions than it answered.  In the grand scheme of the out-of-control spending by our government, 27 shotguns is a tiny waste of money, but it doesn't negate the irrelevance of the purchase by a non-law enforcement agency. 

Contact your congressman about it.  I already did.