Skip to comments.Palin Responds To Secret Service Agent: "Check This Out, Bodyguard -- You're Fired" (video)
Posted on 04/19/2012 8:01:36 PM PDT by i88schwartz
Sarah Palin joined FOX News tonight to discuss the Secret Service prostitution scandal as well as the GSA spending scandal. Palin also reacted to news that broke this afternoon about another Secret Service scandal, this time involving her.
"Well check this out, bodyguard -- you're fired. And I hope his wife sends him to the doghouse. As long as he's not eating the dog, along with his former boss. Greta, you know, a lot of people will just, I guess say that this is boys being boys. And boys will be boys, but they shouldn't be in positions of authority."
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I think that you are right. This might play right into Romney's hand. I hope that he uses it, there are so many people in the government agencies that are running amok. It is all in the timing.
“Seriously...what did people expect?”
I expect respect; you do not?
Good on ya Sarah
Cheating on your wife by being drunk and hiring a hooker hardly constitutes being anything more than an animal. A real man does not engage in such behavior. Real men respect their wives and that sacred relationship. They do not cheapen it by trying to say “boys will be boys....”
It was unprofessional. Reprimanded, transferred to different duties, but canned?
She is attractive, after all.
I think for an S.S. guy that would be a bad thing.
Sort of like that politician years ago that got caught cheating on his wife (on the yacht - “monkey business” - was the guy Hart??? I forget).
Anyway - way back then I figured the cheating on his wife was between him and his wife. But being dumb enough to get caught was a reflection on his ability to be president.
Too easy to spill beans that way, imho, and this is a case in point.
As far as finding the 'client' attractive, I guess that'd make it easier to get between the client and a bullet if it came to that.
(on the yacht - monkey business - was the guy Hart???
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Yes, that be Gary Hart...he DARED the press to catch him doing something wrong.
Bad move, even being a Lib couldn’t pull his gonads out of the fire.
On being ‘dumb enough to get caught’, that hits it right on the head.
One really doesn’t ‘care’ if #1 is getting a hummer in the closet, getting caught is the CRIME/SIN, of course when ‘we’ claimed it wasn’t a ‘sexual witch hunt’ about Clinton, his minions/backers/press/Libs etal claimed it was of a sexual nature and nobodys business.
Why aren’t ‘they’ taking that attitude now?
Really a rhetorical question huh??
We're going to regret it even more after the election, if either Romney or Obama wins.
“I guess that’d make it easier to get between the client and a bullet if it came to that.”
Good point! And thank goodness FR is anonymous - so I can agree with the agent that Palin is a good-looking gal and not worry about my wife finding out! Not that she doesn’t know that I think Palin is good-looking, but that I’m letting the world know it!
Sometimes I think we don’t deserve her. I know many will defend the SS agent by being a normal male, but showing bad judgement. It is more than that. She was a governor. She is married. No one should ever go there. Period. Just my ¢2.
Whole heartedly concur with you, en total.
Then they should be fired for bad taste and stupidity.
Here's the FB photo he posted in 2009. Where were the SS internal security people?
Go see the FB comments and pictures of Chaney and belly dancer at:
Hard to believe this guy could hold a TSA job much less SS.
Cleaning out the sewage in Washington could prove to be more overwhelming than even Sarah Palin could handle...
“And I hope his wife sends him to the doghouse. As long as he’s not eating the dog, along with his former boss.”
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