by Gordan Runyan, Freedom Outpost:
Joining the special forces ranks of the Social Security Administration, as well as the anti-terrorism task force within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the United States Postal Service has put out national contract bidding requests for companies capable of supplying the Post Office with a large amount and variety of ammunition.
Well, maybe they’ve just got extra money to throw around? Hardly. According the Post Office’s own website, USPS reached its statutory debt ceiling of $15 billion at the end of fiscal year 2013, and remains up against that wall, having lost $5 billion last year. Currently, liabilities exceed assets by a whopping $40 billion.
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