Oink! Pamela Wallin – The Latest Caught Overfeeding at the Public Trough
Recently someone sent me this joke of the latest humor to be circulating the internet SUBJECT: former journalist, current Senator Pamela Wallin, recently caught overfeeding at the public trough. Wining and dining on YOUR tax dollars. Oink! It was good while it lasted but something that good can’t last forever! Say it ain’t so Pamela Wallin…
Nevertheless, her wining and dining and traveling on Canadian taxpayers dollars probably accounts for her recent weight gain. She’s been ordered to pay back $139,000 but, had she not been caught, she would probably be even fatter by now. Pamela Wallin follows a long line of Canadian corrupt politicians either caught with their hands in the cookie jar or on the crack pipe. God! I thought only teenagers from broken homes did that! Now I’ve learned even someone as high standing in society as a mayor likes smoking crack! Holy cow! What is this world coming to, GANGSTA!?
For my readers, here’s the joke someone sent me. We all love jokes, this one courtesy of Pamela Wallin:
DIFFICULT TIMES ON A PENSION
I’ve been affected by the financial situation which we all are going through. Just like you, I am struggling hard to keep going.
I only buy rotting cheese:
And dry meat:
I drink old wines.
My car has no roof:
My bathtub is outside:
What a situation!
But here we are still coping and struggling. WE MUST ENDURE! Soon my Canadian Senator’s pension will improve.
WE’LL JUST HAVE TO SUFFER A LITTLE LONGER.
Yours in service,
Actual news story from the Huffington Post on greedy, greedy:
Sen. Pamela Wallin’s final bill is in — and it’s a whopper.
The embattled Saskatchewan senator and former Conservative caucus member was informed Wednesday that she’ll have to reimburse the Senate a grand total of $138,970 for ineligible travel expense claims.
Wallin was already on the hook for $121,348 after an independent audit of her travel expenses, released last week. The auditors advised another $21,000 in questionable claims should be reviewed by the Senate’s internal economy committee.
Those claims involved travel to what the self-described “activist senator” deemed “networking events” and other special events, including speeches.
The committee concluded Wednesday that Wallin should pay back most of those additional claims, worth $17,622.
Read the rest of this story on public gluttony here at the Huffington Post. Oink!