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GSA Under Fire

The General Services Administration, a relatively obscure federal government office, is under congressional scrutiny for spending more than $800,000 at a Las Vegas conference in 2010. What do you think?

  • "What a disgrace. Any properly run government agency should be able to blow through way more money than that in Vegas."

    David Tappert
    Automobile Upholsterer
  • "It's easy to criticize, but do you have any idea how much decent lanyards cost these days?"

    Bruce Guttridge
    Pellet-Mill Operator
  • "Sometimes government bureaucrats are corrupt or incompetent. Let's use this argument to completely abolish Medicare and Social Security."

    Dorothy Carey
    Frame Bander