Sarah Palin wants to know "Who's minding the store around here?" when it comes to the Secret Service scandal rocking the Obama administration. And she makes an excellent point, as not only has America been dealing with the fallout of 11 SS agents embarrassing themselves, the Agency and the president, but the Obama administration has the following other scandals to deal with now:
- The General Services Administrations luxury bash and excessive spending on parties, travel, bonuses and food for their employees, to the tune of more than $823,000 tax payer dollars (and with the approval of a Obama appointee named Martha Johnson, no less).
- The $5 million that's been paid to the University of Minnesota for the Sexpulse gay sex websiteÂ—so America can help educate homosexuals how to avoid HIV.
While Sarah Palin was the one to draw the jokes during the campaign trail by liberals who opposed her occupying the White House, it seems the woman who ruled Alaska with an iron fist has had the last laugh. But she also had the wandering eyes of the Secret Service on her, according to Time on Friday.
Time reported that one of the SS agents being released from duty this week, supervisor David Chaney, admitted on a Facebook post that he was "checking her out."
Unfortunately, the American people put their trust in a new administration that promised there would be no more "business as usual," while delivering just the opposite: greater corruption.
So not only has this current administration been unable to do what they promised during the campaign trail, they've also managed to tarnish the reputation of the United StatesÂ—and its agenciesÂ—during their four-year watch, which is no small feat.