Obamas' dog Bo costs the taxpayer thousands of dollars

Discussion in 'Politics' started by nutmeg, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. pspr


    He's already created an executive order to provide himself with Secret Service security for the rest of his life. Previously it was for just 10 years after leaving office.

    I think Congress should pass a law making the White House follow a personal budget of taxpayer money used and make that budget public. We need much more financial accountability out of the White House.
  2. No,it wasn't executive order it went through Congress dumb ass.You are the dumbest motherfucker on this forum


    Obama signs bill, gets Secret Service protection for life

    Washington (CNN) – With the stroke of a pen Thursday, President Barack Obama gave himself and his wife Secret Service protection for the rest of their lives.

    The new law, which passed the House and Senate in December, designates that all former U.S. presidents who served after January 1, 1997, along with their spouses, receive protection from the Secret Service for their entire lifetimes – meaning former President George W. Bush and his wife Laura are also covered. The law also stipulates that children of presidents receive protection until the age of 16.
  3. Lucrum


    Obama signs bill, gets Secret Service protection for life

    Another colossal waste of tax payer money.
  4. Boner and the fiscal conservatives in The House approved it :cool:
  5. Lucrum


    So? It's still a colossal waste of tax payer money. I don't care if Jesus Christ himself approved it. You ever gonna grow the fuck up and stop playing the dem vs republican game?
  6. All that anger isnt good for your health luke :(
  7. This is an area where Romney would have saved money.Mitt wouldn't need a dog handler,he would just strap his dog on top of the presidential limo,on the wing of air force one,on the roof of the white house etc
  8. Lucrum


    You presume too much kid.

    And you avoided my questions.
  9. Tsing Tao

    Tsing Tao

    Because that's what he does. If he can't blame Bush or the House on something, he deflects.
    #10     Jan 27, 2013