Paul Ryan is right. When government agencies have enough money to spend on $850,000 junkets, we’re putting too much money in their checkbooks.
So don’t put the biggest blame on the GSA bureaucrats. Put it on Congress. It’s Congress' job to slash the budget money the GSA and other bloated, over-funded and unnecessary federal agencies get in the first place.
Instead of holding hearings to see who can express the most outrage at the GSA’s waste, Congress’ spendthrifts should go back and read the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974. Then they should repeal it.
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