At Least Whore-Mongering Secret Service Agents Were Trying to Save a Buck!: Nick Gillespie Talks Out-of-Control Gov't Spending on Willis Report

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Yesterday, I was on Fox Business' Willis Report talking about California's—and the nation's!—inability to admit that we're broke and need to end our wicked, wicked ways when it comes to spending money we don't have on things that aren't worth a tinker's ding-dong under the best-case scenario.

Among the specifics subjects broached: The Golden State's ludicrous high-speed-rail boondoggle, Leon Panetta's commuting practices, the GSA-Las Vegas scandal. The one positive sign when it comes to government spending? That whore-mongering Secret Service agents were at least trying to talk down the price they would pay with prostitutes.

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7 responses to “At Least Whore-Mongering Secret Service Agents Were Trying to Save a Buck!: Nick Gillespie Talks Out-of-Control Gov't Spending on Willis Report

  1. Did you pimp the book, yo? It won’t pimp itself!

    1. with teh [JACKET] all is possible

    2. bookmongering?

    3. book-mongering?

  2. Theft from productive members of society is not a proper way to save a buck.

    1. Theft from productive members of society is not a proper way to save a buck.

      Exactly this, and it becomes even more offensive when you consider that what this agent tried to do is stiff the private sector by dictating the price of its services. It’s essentially no different than what Medicare does by design.

  3. Trying to save their own bucks is no virtue at all. If they could have put their sex workers on their government issued AMEX cards and had it paid on their expense reports, do you think for a moment that they would have haggled on the price?

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