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Saturday, May 13, 2006

FBI Enlists Public in Hunt for Corrupt Officials; Hint--Look for Rich Old White Men

by Jay Allbritton
The FBI has an interesting new website (hat tip Rachel Maddow for most of my weekend material).

The website asks you, the citizen, to report government corruption.

But where to begin? My advice would be to start here, FBI guys. Look for this man, or one of his many accomplices.

Here's what the website says:
Public corruption is one of the FBI's top investigative priorities —behind only terrorism, espionage, and cyber crimes. Why? Because our democracy and national security depend on a healthy, efficient, and ethical government. Public corruption can impact everything from how well our borders are secured and our neighborhoods protected to verdicts handed down in courts of law to the quality of our roads and schools. Here you can find more information on how we investigate cases of corruption across all levels of government and details on our strong national program to address these crimes.
Good comedy on that FBI site. Look out you folks at The Onion.

These guys need our help. Here's what you do guys, go to Capitol Hill, throw a rock in any random direction and you'll hit at least one corrupt official.

Just throw hard.

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