NSA Plan To Purchase 1.6 Billion Bottles Of Leak Ender 2000 Raises QuestionsSubmitted by chris cudnoski on Thu, 08/08/2013 - 06:25
The National Security Agency (NSA) has responded to a letter dated July 12, 2013 from Senator Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) regarding the agency's recent purchase of 1.6 billion cans of Leak Ender 2000® leak sealant at a cost of nearly $24 billion plus $4 shipping and handling.
The response, dated August 6, says that NSA buys Leak Ender 2000® in bulk to "significantly lower costs."
The letter states:
"NSA routinely establishes strategic sourcing contracts that combine the requirements of all its components for commonly purchased goods and services such as ammunition, computer equipment and products guaranteed to stop pesky leaks. These strategic sourcing contracts help leverage the purchasing power of NSA to efficiently procure equipment and supplies at significantly lower costs and take advantage of limited-time buy-one-get one-free offers.
"Leak Ender 2000® is great! Just spray it on and no more leak! It stops leaks in metal, wood, cement, brick, baked enamel, and much much more. Plus it's guaranteed to work our your money back, guaranteed."
Promotional film expounding the benefits and potential applications of Leak Ender 2000®
However, despite such rosy official explanations, some observers including this one question whether the unanticipated and unannounced purchase may signal that NSA expects more or bigger leaks in the near future.
Other voices are blaming the enormous purchase for the Leak Ender 2000® supply shortages that are being reported across the nation.
Please watch this thread for updates as the story develops.
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