It’s very disturbing that federal workers paid with *our* tax-dollars are watching many hours of PORNOGRAPHY on the job!
Don’t you agree that this is a criminal misuse of funds provided by hard-working citizens?? We think it is!
A career Environmental Protection Agency official was found to have stored thousands of dirty pictures on his computer. When questioned by investigators, “the employee confessed to spending, on average, between two and six hours per day viewing pornography while at work.
Yikes!! :-( For more appalling examples, check out the article below:
For the full original source article, check out the link below. It includes many more disturbing facts about how our hard-earned tax dollars are being wasted not only on paying for porn-surfing, but for many other needless leisure activities *other* than actual *work.*
We really hope that the public exposure of these egregious crimes leads to them being severely punished, and to greater measures being taken to prevent them!
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