If we jailed every government employee who accepted pay while not working, we’d cut the bureaucracy by half

 

I feel my pain!

Leadership, Hawaii: “I feel my pain!”

USPS worker charged with collecting disability benefits for “excruciating, unbearable, constant pain” while spending each summer fishing.  He should have done what his peers do: stay on the payroll as an active “worker”, then gone missing.

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5 responses to “If we jailed every government employee who accepted pay while not working, we’d cut the bureaucracy by half

  1. anon2

    Our fake-Christian-in-chief must not be going to Easter services today. Politico had to show LAST YEARS photos of the Obama’s walking to church. Barry will be on the links before noon. Just like yesterday. Blech.

  2. JohnL

    US is #1 (with China, probably, which doesn’t tell) in prisoners per 100,000 population with 700+. Cuba has 500+, Russia ~480. Annual cost per US prisoner is probably around $30K. Adding half the bureaucracy would bankrupt us pretty quickly. Not to mention the effects of removing all those consumers from society. Better to leave ’em where they are.

    • Fred2

      We could go the POW route, as most of them are gormless. Build camps in the woods in northern Maine, the desert and the like and have it guarded by a coupe of WWII vets with muzzle loading shotguns. They escape, we hunt’em down with drones as target practice.