FBI Promises (Hot Agent-on-Agent) War on Porn

Dubya backdoor warYou gotta love it when two seemingly divergent stories provide such a shining example of why our federal government sucks.

First, the (mixed) bad news, the FBI is recruiting for a porn squad (remember how we won those war on poverty, drugs and terror?):

Early last month, the bureau’s Washington Field Office began recruiting for a new anti-obscenity squad. Attached to the job posting was a July 29 Electronic Communication from FBI headquarters to all 56 field offices, describing the initiative as “one of the top priorities” of Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales and, by extension, of “the Director.” That would be FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III.

The good news is that a majority of agents are already disqualified or otherwise realize this is really stupid (meaning this will flop spectacularly):

Among friends and trusted colleagues, an experienced national security analyst said, “it’s a running joke for us.”

A few of the printable samples:

“Things I Don’t Want On My Resume, Volume Four.”

“I already gave at home.”

“Honestly, most of the guys would have to recuse themselves.”

Let’s just take a look at what’s obscene shall we? Oh yes, Girls Gone Wild is donating all of their proceeds from New Orleans-related sales to the Red Cross:

“Girls Gone Wild” plans to donate 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of Mardi Gras-themed DVDs and videos to the Red Cross to help Katrina victims, the company said.

“Year after year the city of New Orleans and its citizens have welcomed us with open arms, and we have looked forward to our yearly trip to the Big Easy. The utter destruction of New Orleans and many parts of the Gulf coast truly saddens us,” said Joe Francis, founder and CEO of Girls Gone Wild, in a statement.

Clearly the government must stop this obscenity.

More from The Agitator:

Three weeks ago, it emerged that the Justice Department ordered the FBI to pull officers off of child endangerment cases to crack down on legal porn.

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