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The Real GSA Scandal: Job-Killing Big Labor Payoffs

Cincinnatus Redux Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 12:56 PM
Very predictably, the approach to the latest scandal from GSA by our politicians is a traditional "your guys are corrupt and my guys are pure." Unfortunately, after all the grandstanding, we'll miss the real issue, GSA and other large bureaucracies are to far removed from the taxpayer to be accountable. It's not about getting the "right guy" in charge, but "no guy" in other words drain the swamp by downsizing central government and returning functions to local government or the private sector. What happened at GSA will be a footnote in history once Obamacare gets going and federal government bureaucrats command another 18% of the American economy.
Buck118 Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 1:19 PM
I agree and we must first drain the swamp of the Socialists and Communists first. Meaning the Democrats they have been working hard to ruin America.
traitorbill Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 1:03 PM
Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 1:00 PM
The GSA tale is a cautionary warning that having the gubmint take over almost anything is a bad idea.

Stop the presses: Big-spending Democrats are finally up in arms over a federal boondoggle. Details of the U.S. General Services Administration bacchanalia get worse by the day. We've graduated from overpriced breakfasts in Vegas, friends-and-family junkets galore and in-house videos mocking their own profligacy to extravagant bonuses, alleged kickbacks, obstructionism and bribes.

But the scandal is still small potatoes compared to the potential billions GSA is pouring down the Big Labor drain.

Whistleblowers and an independent inspector general investigation estimate that the GSA's Sin City conference cost taxpayers an estimated $1 million in 2010. Washington bureaucrats squandered another...