April 14, 2012 Arlington, VA
Presidential Secret Service Agents with hookers; Bolton on Obama's failed Korea Policy
The news just keeps getting better each day for Barack Hussein, as he starts in earnest on his never-ending re-election campaign.
First Stop: Cartagena with the Secret Service. CNN is reporting that 12 Secret Service agents assigned to the Presidential detrail have been sent home and placed on administrative duty for drunken parties and prostitution charges.
Dan Lothian, the CNN WHite house Correspondant says, " Secret Service agents sent to Colombia ahead of President Barack Obama were relieved of duty and returned home amid allegations of misconduct. The incident -- reportedly related to involvement with prostitutes in Cartagena -- overshadowed the start of the sixth Summit of the Americas, where the president was to focus on trade, energy and regional security."
Edwin Donovan, a Secret Service spokesman, said in an interview, "Before the president's arrival, an undisclosed number of Secret Service agents were relieved of duty and replaced, . There have been allegations of misconduct made against the Secret Service in Cartagena, Colombia, prior to the president's trip. Because of this, those personnel are being relieved of their assignments, returned to their place of duty, and are being replaced by other Secret Service personnel. The Secret Service takes all allegations of misconduct seriously."
Praise the Secret Service and full-speed ahead with yet another black eye to Barack Hussein. He will probably announce the firing of the Secret Service Director, and claim that it was Bush's fault. We'll see.
Second Stop: North Korea. John Bolton, the former UN Ambassador under President Bush, has spoken out on the 'broken' policies that seem to guide the Obama administration with regard to North Korea. Bolton, speaking to the NRA on Friday said that "The United States has to have a better plan than counting on the other side’s missiles “blowing up in flight.” Bolton insisted that North Korea’s action demonstrates it believes it can continue to make progress toward a “deliverable” nuclear weapon, and that the major powers will complain, disregard, and the US will eventually come back to the negotiating table anyway.
According to the interview that followed his speech with Newsmax, Bolton suggested that the isolated north, using a long-range rocket launch to celebrate the 100th birthday of dead founding president, Kim Il-sung, and to mark the rise to power of his grandson, Kim Jong Un, is now widely expected to press ahead with a third nuclear test to show its military might. The North Korean rocket crashed into the sea after traveling a much shorter distance than a previous launch.
The real question is how much Barack Hussein has to screw up before his die-hard supporters realize they have a loser.
Read more on Newsmax.com: Bolton: US Defense Can’t Be Based on Enemy Missiles ‘Blowing Up’