GSA chief resigns amid reports of exc...

GSA chief resigns amid reports of excessive spending

There are 4 comments on the story from Apr 2, 2012, titled GSA chief resigns amid reports of excessive spending . In it, reports that:

GSA chief resigns, cites - significant misstep'

The chief of the General Services Administration is resigning and two of her top deputies have been fired amid reports of excessive spending at a training conference at a luxury hotel that featured a mindreader, a clown and a comedian.

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North Port, FL

#1 Apr 3, 2012
MILLION DOLLAR PLANING TRIPS TO VEGAS!......One more OBAMA HYPOTHETICAL APPOINTEES....Spending Tax Payers cash!....Like all those FREAKING OBAMA CZARS...Theiveing ,Corrupt,Lying Weasels....OBAMAS BUDDIES!.....All on the OBAMA GRAVY TRAIN!.....In any real company ,the CEO in charge would have been fired by the share holders....BUT we have a Power Mad Megalomaniac in Charge..and LOONS LOVE HIM!...So the CRAP goes on!....

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#2 Apr 3, 2012
That is like the head of internal affairs at a police department resigning because of corruption.

Is she a Bush appointee , ummmm , no that is right she came from the Bill Clinton group and Obama put her in.

North Port, FL

#3 Apr 3, 2012

The Murtha Airport in Johnstown, Pa., is a prime example of taxpayer spending that refuses to die. Representative John Murtha steered some 150 million of taxpayer dollars to this eponymous airport over the last decade and despite the fact he died more than a year ago, the money keeps on coming.

Three years ago, we first visited the tiny airport, and found a monument to pork barrel spending: An airport with a $7 million air traffic control tower,$14 million hanger, and $18 million runway big enough to land any airplane in North America. For most of the day, the only thing this airport doesn't have is airplanes.

We flew there on one of three flights that arrive there daily, all of them from Washington D.C. About half the cost of every ticket,$100, is paid by American taxpayers, a subsidy Congress voted to renew just this past February.

The place had a shiny new luggage carousel, a state of the art tower, and some very bored air traffic controllers -- but very few passengers. The place is a tribute to the power of its namesake; everything from the reinforced runway to the radar facility to the new terminal, are all thanks to Democratic Congressman John Murtha, who died more than a year.

But the taxpayer subsidies that made his airport possible continue to flow. Since our visit, the Murtha airport has received from the federal government $559,476 in stimulus funds to rehab a back-up runway,$82,551 for air guidance signs,$226,638 to improve the taxiway,$19,412 wildlife hazard assessments,$95,950 and $62,325 to install weather reporting.

Which goes to show the power of a mighty Congressman can last long after he's gone.
Sheik Yerbouti

Chalfont, PA

#4 Apr 3, 2012
Just more proof that members of both parties have lost all connections with the average American worker! Similar behavior caused a bloody revolution in France two centuries ago.

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