Friday, January 11, 2008

The Check Is In The Mail

So why did we put the FBI in charge of investigating? I mean I know it is in their name and all, but they aren't doing the best job. Of course when your wiretaps get cut off because you forget to pay your bill, it makes it hard to do your illegal spying. Oh yeah, you are saying to yourself but they passed that unconstitutional law that lets them listen to any conversation they want to. Whatever. The feds are blaming some dude that stole $25,000.00 dollars in 2006 from the funds earmarked for their illegal spying program. How long has it been since they've paid up anyway? If I hadn't paid my phone bill in over a year, AT&T would have shut my wiretaps down much sooner than that. The FBI also blames their bad accounting system that was creating in the 80s. What? Have they been operating under Trickle-Down Accounting Principles? Does that do something like, "the check is in the mail to somebody else and when they spend it you reap the benefits because the money is in the economy now, so don't turn off our phones"? I don't know, but something tells me that the Reagan Economics based TAP doesn't follow GAAP(Generally Accepted Accounting Principles). This should really help their case when FISA is up for renewal.


4 comments:

mad said...

Friggen feds can't do anything right!

pineapple said...

no. no, they can't

Jill said...

Where is the collection agency and how come they are not calling them? Every time I think of how much money our wonderful government spends or charges us for I get irritated. Like you say, if I tried to pay my bills the way they do, I'd be homeless, hungry and so on.That is why every time I hear of anything that is "approved" by any government agency, I wonder if it is really safe.

pineapple said...

I guess those pesky bill collector's calls don't come when you have your phones cut off.