A group of  11 advance secret service agents detailed to protect the president on his trip to Columbia did anything but.  Before the president arrived they frequented a sex club, drank heavily and  engaged 11 prostitutes to go back to their hotel and stay the night.  This debauchery was only discovered the next morning when there was a dispute about payment to one of the prostitutes.

Republican Senator Susan Collins asks about this incident.  “Who were these women? Could they have been members of groups hostile to the United States? Could they have planted bugs, disabled weapons or in any other way jeopardized the security of the president?”

General Martin Dempsey said “we let the president down”

Should these 11 agents be fired for dereliction of duty?

What do you think?


  1. 1

    They should definitely be fired. This is not a “forgive & forget” set of circumstances-(let their wives do that), and it’s probably not the first time they have taken advantage of their privileged positions.
    “Off with their heads”!

  2. 2
    Jim Says:

    They should be fired for allowing civilians to fire the Agents’ weapons.

  3. 3
    diablo Says:

    It is a shame that even the presidents men have turned to prostitution. They are suppose to have some of the best jobs in the country. How are children suppose to be inspired to become someone like them when they are doing stuff like this. We can thank German influence for this too. Prostitution is legal in Germany and they say it stimulates their economy. They even tax it. Is this event of our Secret Service men a hint of what Obama wants to do?

  4. 4

    diablo-your comment was okay until you blame it on the Germans. What the heck is that all about? Many countries legalize prostitution in an attempt to protect the people practicing it, and keep everyone clean, healthy and accountable. It’s certainly a last ditch effort to bring some regulation to the oldest profession on earth!
    I don’t think that President Obama would want his agents engaging in this “entertainment” under any circumstances.

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