Shared Sacrifice: DOJ Serves $16 Muffins at MeetingsChris | InformationLiberation
Sep. 20, 2011
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Here's a good example of the "shared sacrifice" the government is blabbering about.
U.S. Justice Department agencies spent too much for food at conferences, in one case serving $16 muffins and in another dishing out beef Wellington appetizers that cost $7.32 per serving, an audit found.Dodging their own laws:
In April 2008 the Justice Department issued policies and procedures designed to control conference spending.Of course, this is all chump change compared to the trillions the government burns on socialism and killing people, but it's obviously what happens when you give people a credit card they can charge to 300 million other people.