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"What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
 
   Updated April 14, 2012

CARTAGENA, Colombia—The Secret Service put 11 agents on administrative leave Saturday amid allegations they brought prostitutes back to their hotel rooms while preparing for a visit by President Barack Obama, a widening scandal that may also involve five military service personnel, officials said Saturday.

The Secret Service agents were caught when one of the women stayed in an agent's room past 7 a.m., in violation of hotel policy, said Rep. Peter King (R., N.Y.), chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, which oversees the Secret Service. That agent initially refused to open his door for the hotel manager, which prompted the manager to call the police, who later reported the incident to the U.S. embassy, Mr. King said.

The Secret Service agents involved in the incident, which occurred Wednesday night, were sent home and replaced by other Secret Service personnel before Mr. Obama arrived on Friday, officials said.

Mr. Obama is attending the weekend Summit of the Americas, a gathering of dozens of regional leaders. Mr. Obama is pressing for trade and economic advances while addressing regional grievances against U.S. policies, but the incident is threatening to overshadow the weekend's agenda. Mr. Obama was notified of the situation on Friday, a spokesman said.

Mr. King said he was disturbed by the situation because of the potential compromise to the president's security.

"You can't have Secret Service agents compromising themselves or putting themselves in a position where they could be threatened or blackmailed," he said. "That ultimately threatens the safety of the president."

He added that bringing strangers like this into a potentially secure area is "just wrong." In addition, he said, they might have overheard sensitive information. Plus, he noted, the hotel manager had seen the women's identifications.

"The hotel manager can blackmail you for the rest of your life," he said.

Prostitution is generally illegal in Colombia but the country has "tolerance zones" where the activity is essentially ignored by the police. It's not clear if the hotel was in one of those zones.

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1. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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   spicyginger88 posted another article about this "scandal."

http://forum.myredbook.com/dcforum2/DCForumID8/36765.html

Note that the scandal is not that secret service agents had sex with prostitutes but that those particular prostitutes were a security risk.

What Obama will do in the future is provide trusted prostitutes for his secret service agents to fuck.

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4. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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   LAST EDITED ON 15-Apr-12 AT 08:24 AM (PST)
 
It is a good thing, At least they paid and enjoyed in honorable way.
Secret service, paramilitary types or even police need sex too.

US as redbook posters should not be surprised. And some folks trying to hook this to upcoming election even in a place like Redbook shows me how desperate the other side is.

It is a very nice thing they didn't go take over a rural village raped all young women and killed everyone in the village and torched it and blamed that on the narco gangs.

This is why military should not prohibit or shame its soldiers from engaging in hobby. It is an old wisdom.

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They found the woman with the agent in the hotel room and a dispute arose over whether the agent should have paid her.

King said he was told that the agent did eventually pay the woman.

http://www.freep.com/article/20120415/NEWS07/120415009/Secret-Service-scandal-deepens-11-placed-on-leave?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

sheesh I bet he tried to snake away from paying the over night rate just like some douche bags at RB mixers.. what a shame.


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2. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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I read the whole thing started when a lady of the night went to the police station to complain the gringos didn't pay. Now that is low.

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3. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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Frankly this is not his scandal. This is the Secret Service's problem and they have to deal with it.

I know it is the "in" thing to blame the current President for everthing that goes wrong, but geez people it is not his fault that these guys could not keep their dicks in their pants and wanted free pussy.


Carpe Diem - always "seize the day"!

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22. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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   "I read the whole thing started when a lady of the night went to the police station to complain the gringos didn't pay. Now that is low. "


In their position, I can't believe they wouldn't consider the risk involved in not paying these girls for service.

Is it fact that one of the ladies didn't get paid and that's why they indeed got caught up in this scandal? If this is the case, serves them right.

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5. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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   Publicly avow that he regrets "the loss of innocent pussy"; privately commiserate with his friends in the SS for, what will surely be, their career-ending stupidity; and internally give thanks that he's not Bill Clinton who, quite possibly, would have been fucking them three at a time if he were in Cartagena and then have some REAL 'splainin' to do;)

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6. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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A bow of respect to the woman's madame is in order. He did it with everybody else.


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10. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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Now here's the other thing: IF it turns out that the White House gets bullied into making a statement...Then you know for sure this fucking country is koo-koo and too PC'd out!
I'd be really surprised if the sheep of this country, forces the prez to make a press statement about whores.

"The following takes place between..."

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12. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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Barry loves to apologize. Google Search gives about 1,540,000 matches

http://www.google.com/#hl=en&safe=off&output=search&sclient=psy-ab&q=obama+apologizes&oq=obama+aplogi&aq=0s&aqi=g-s10&aql=&gs_l=hp.1.0.0i10l10.1687l4472l1l8391l12l11l0l0l0l0l449l2606l0j3j6j1j1l11l0.frgbld.&psj=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=3226d37ade666d03&biw=1366&bih=627

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7. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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I don't know what Obama will do, but Bill Clinton would have asked for her phone number.

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19. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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That is pretty funny. Good one.

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8. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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   By attacking Barak Obama for every problem on the planet, you have diluted yourselves even when you have some substance.

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9. "The president of the United States doesnt need to do nothing"
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Its the same thing if you'd asked Bill Gates to address about someone taking a wild shit in his office while he was out of town?

Its clearly beneath executive office personnel to get involved in menial day to day occurences.
This thing with the secret service is a housekeeping issue.
The media tries to make an issue of it and spin it by saying the hookers could have been spies?
Give me a break,
Are we making a movie now?

Listen,
Obama doesnt need to address it nor acknowledge it.
There is a reason why you have subordinates AND a chain of command.

Do you work for a corporation/company?
Same protocol occurs there, sir.
Not to make this simplistic, but it is what it is.

"The following takes place between..."

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11. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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Bush never apologized for having a gay hooker in the White House. He even asked a question at a press conference. So who cares?

Google Jeff Gannon aka James Guckert

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14. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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   Good point. Can we give the Colombianas press passes and replace Fox News staff with them?
That would make standards soar in every department.

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13. "Obama is now trying to mitigate damage"
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President Obama, in his first public remarks on the prostitution scandal involving members of the Secret Service, said Sunday that he will be "angry" if the reported allegations against the agents turn out to be true. He said Secret Service personnel, like the rest of any U.S. delegation abroad, must "observe the highest standards."

The president addressed the controversy during a joint press conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos. Allegations that a Secret Service unit interacted with prostitutes in Colombia ahead of Obama's visit have overshadowed a trip that was supposed to focus on trade and other pressing issues between the U.S. and its Latin American ally.

Eleven agents accused of misconduct were recalled from their assignment and have since been placed on administrative leave.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/04/15/world/americas/colombia-secret-service-obama/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

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15. "RE: a trip that was supposed to focus on trade"
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   LAST EDITED ON 16-Apr-12 AT 00:01 AM (PST)
 
As others pointed out on this thread, the news reports did focus on trade: the trade by Colombian women of sex for dollars.

Meanwhile, since the trip succeeded in signing a Free Trade Agreement, I intend to invest in GXG tomorrow:

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/pr?s=GXG+Profile

"CARTAGENA, Colombia—U.S. officials said Sunday that a free-trade agreement with Colombia will go into effect on May 15, boosting the prospect of U.S. exports to this Andean nation.

"Colombia has passed those laws and regulations necessary in order for the free-trade agreement to enter into force," said U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk. "This is a significant milestone."

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16. "The gringo imperialist made a come back"
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LAST EDITED ON 16-Apr-12 AT 00:27 AM (PST)
 
There are more news from LatAm regarding the impasse about Cuba. Obama was left alone trying to defend Cuba's embargo and forced absence from the yearly head of states meetings. He failed to make his point. LatAm heads of states resent having to be treated as junior partners by their northern neighbor.

http://news.yahoo.com/scandal-mars-obamas-wooing-latin-america-002040977.html

http://www.eltiempo.com/politica/ARTICULO-WEB-NEW_NOTA_INTERIOR-11577307.html


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17. "Struggling to pick fault with Obama"
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   So fucking what? The Cuba policy is bipartisan US policy for decades.
You know, your heroes: Reagan, GHW Bush and GW Bush.

>LatAm heads of states resent having to be treated as junior partners by their northern neighbor.
Hang on: one moment you said he was apologizing, the next you say he's being overbearing - which is it?


As for Secret Service Hookergate, precisely how is Obama implicated at all? Did he order them to get hookers? Well did he?

Give us a break.
If some Secret Service guy crossed the street on a red light, would that somehow also be Obama's fault?
At least according to people like you.

Meanwhile, back in reality...

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18. "RE: Struggling to pick fault with Obama"
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>The Cuba policy is bipartisan US policy

The Cuban policy was started with JFK, a Democrat. And if Only Nixon could go to China only Obama could have defuse it. But we have no huevos today...

>>LatAm heads of states resent having to be treated as junior partners by their northern neighbor.
>Hang on: one moment you said he was apologizing

That was a tongue in cheek comment. Truth is Obama earned the "gringo imperialista" label by being the only country defending the exclusion of Cuba from next year's western hemisphere summit in addition of maintaining a 50 year old embargo. That was sad to see him as the main reactionary leader.

>As for Secret Service Hookergate...

Irrelevant other that good the one or two news cycles.

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20. "RE: Cuban embargo"
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   Obama's maintaining the embargo is entirely based on trying to get the votes of the Cuban emigre's in FL. They're the ones that have to be persuaded to relent. The Pope, on his recent visit to Cuba, sharply criticized the embargo.

I'm sure mongers in FL would be very happy to have imported hot Cuban prostitutes available (to return to the theme of this thread).

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21. "RE: Cuban embargo"
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So this president has no principles either? I am shocked, shocked, shocked.

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23. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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   Maybe he'll fire them. They'll get 30 years lifetime pension, lifetime medical, cost of living increases. AND probably a private security job with someone like Blackwater.
TOOOOO bad, I'm weeping!

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24. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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This situation is a "Secret Service Issue" NOT a President Obama Issue.

Do you "really" want the political leader of the country getting bogged down with every minor problem under the sun?

So what.. The Secret Service guys wanted to get some pussy... Big deal. Yes they're stupid but not for wanting to have a lil fun... They're stupid for (not simply PAYING the girl the money she was owed).. These stupid fucks allowed a <$60.00 pussy bill get wayyy out of control.

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25. "RE: What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"
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   "What will Obama do about this sex scandal?"

Call Bill Clinton for advice?

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