In this era of Homeland Security, when using the wrong word in an e-mail can get you picked up by a "sniffer," when checking out the wrong book at the library can get you investigated, How in hell can you buy six thousand rounds of ammunition and not get noticed?
It's no secret that we have given up too many of our freedoms and too much of our privacy in the so-called war on terror (Have I been picked up by a "sniffer" for using these words? Will I be investigated?)
Way too many of our phone records are being turned over, way too many of our e-mails are being monitored.
Yet you would think that the most obvious thing that would be monitored in looking for terrorists would be sales of weapons and sales of ammunition.
How can someone buy six thousand rounds of ammuntion and not get noticed?
Apparently they're too busy monitoring our DailyKos comments to bother.
This is kind of scary.