Bunnies, Jobs, and Better Security

By:  Ralph R. Reiland
05/08/2012
       
Bunnies, Jobs, and Better Security

It would be funny if we weren't paying for it. Now they want us to buy chaperones for our live-wire Secret Service guys. Per year, we already spend $1.7 billion on the Secret Service, double what we spent annually before Mohamed Atta and his crew of inflamed sycophants sought to win perpetual ecstasy with some 72 heavenly hotties per martyr by turning jetliners and themselves into missiles.

It would be funny if we weren't paying for it. Now they want us to buy chaperones for our live-wire Secret Service guys. Per year, we already spend $1.7 billion on the Secret Service, double what we spent annually before Mohamed Atta and his crew of inflamed sycophants sought to win perpetual ecstasy with some 72 heavenly hotties per martyr by turning jetliners and themselves into missiles.

 

It would be funny if we weren't paying for it. Now they want us to buy chaperones for our live-wire Secret Service guys.

Per year, we already spend $1.7 billion on the Secret Service, double what we spent annually before Mohamed Atta and his crew of inflamed sycophants sought to win perpetual ecstasy with some 72 heavenly hotties per martyr by turning jetliners and themselves into missiles.

The $1.7 billion price is what's on the books, but it's a good bet that plenty of additional tax dollars are clandestinely flowing through various cloak-and-dagger accounts that we can't be told about — for "security reasons."

In any case, with all this security money being tossed around, you’d think we would have some semblance of sanity in the operations.

Instead, we got poor Janet Napolitano, head of Homeland Security, assuring members of Congress that there is no evidence of past behavior similar to the Secret Service's prostitution scandal in Colombia. If Columbia was not an isolated case, she said, "that would be a surprise to me."

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Ralph R. Reiland (photo)

 

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