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Now THIS is a true government waste! So they sunk them, then brought them back up, then put them back, and now they want permission to get them again? Am I missing something?
Its ORDNANCE ... not Ordinance.
Gotta love government and their Catch-22. Gotta spend $3M to clean up, but you can't bring them ashore. How much did we spend to check out barrels of grenade parts dumped by Duluth in WWII because they MIGHT be bad???
I say bring them up, put them on a barge between superior and duluth and blow them off during 4th of july.
Our fabulous leaders in Washington allow this to go on, but shut down White House tours. _W_A_K_E__U_P_!
The $3.5 Million went for a few barrels of firewater.
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