View Full Version : Environmentally Friendly Plants to Grow From Moonbat Ammunition

01-19-2017, 07:01 PM
Civilian control of the military is a prerequisite of a free society. Unfortunately, when moonbats prevail among those civilians, and we end up with people like Obama in charge, it can lead to lunacy like this:

The Department of Defense is currently in the market for “biodegradable composites with embedded seeds for training ammunition,” according to a proposal solicitation from the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) agency, a government program that links small businesses with federal programs. Motherboard, which first noticed the solicitation, notes it sounds like an idea for a bad Banksy painting.

Here is why biodegradable bullets with embedded seeds are a military necessity:

The SBIR post notes that the U.S. army manufactures and consumes “hundreds of thousands of training rounds” that are fired into the air without any clear plan for ensuing discovery and elimination of the materials left over. As a result, projectiles, cartridge cases, and sabot petals end up embedded in the ground, sometimes several feet under.

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