Tuesday, April 17, 2012

The unravelling of the Obama Administration has begun in earnest on many fronts. A man is who he surrounds himself with. If a leader is arrogant and proud he exudes an attitude that he and his groupies are something special, even above the law. These agents saw the adulation of the great crowds adoring the 'anointed one' and saw the media adoring Obama and heard words of encouragement in the Democratic Party that homosexuality was liberation and same sex marriage was good, abortion was good and Bill Mahr was great and Evangelical Christians didn't really belong with that crowd. In other words, we can do as we like because Obama is changing everything so we have more liberty to help make that happen. There is more to come as the unmasking takes place before the eyes of the world. How sad and tragic! In 1986 while conducting a large crusade in Kenya I met with their President Daniel Arop Moi. He was a great leader and a believer in Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour. He told me the date that he received Jesus Christ into his heart and the date he was baptized in water. He said something else. Everyone of his elite soldiers protecting him were born-again believers in Jesus Christ. He trusted none other. Now there was a real man, a smart man and a noble man! - Pastor Max Solbrekken

Secret Service Agents: 'We Work For Obama'
Tuesday, 17 Apr 2012 02:12 PM
By Newsmax Wires

Secret Service officials accused of misconduct in the Colombian prostitute scandal revealed their identities and bragged at a Cartagena brothel that they worked for President Barack Obama, ABC News is reporting.

Eleven members of the Secret Service team, sent to Colombia in advance of the president’s visit for the Summit of the Americas last weekend, partied at the “Pley Club” and boasted “we work for Obama” and “we’re here to protect him."

Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he's embarrassed by the incident — even though he's not sure yet exactly what transpired.

"We let the boss down," Dempsey told CBS News, "because nobody's talking about what went on in Colombia other than this incident."

Several of the agents paid up to $200 each for high-price prostitutes at the well-known Cartegena brothel and downed expensive whiskey, sources told ABC News.

The news of the scandal broke Friday night, and was first reported by Newsmax Chief Washington Correspondent Ronald Kessler, and since has overshadowed Obama's trip to Latin America.

Twenty or 21 women were brought back to the hotel by the Secret Service and military personnel, U.S. Sen. Susan Collins said Tuesday.

Collins was briefed by the director of the Secret Service, Mark Sullivan, on Monday evening. "There are 11 agents involved. Twenty or 21 women foreign nationals were brought to the hotel, but allegedly Marines were involved with the rest," the Republican senator said in comments emailed to Reuters. 

All 11 Secret Service members under investigation had taken women to their rooms, Rep. Peter King, chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, said Tuesday, The New York Times reported.

The Washington Post said agents brought at least two of the women back to the hotel, according to CBS News. Although the agents paid in advance for the prostitutes' services, when it came time to settle the bill, one woman demanded an additional $170, both networks reported. Her demand sparked a noisy argument that spilled into the street, and drew the attention of hotel workers who called police, CBS News reported, citing the Post as its source.

People in Cartagena familiar with the matter, meanwhile, told the Post   that some agents paid $60 each to the Pleyclub to bring at least two of the women back to the Hotel Caribe, where Obama’s advance team was staying.

CBS News said it has learned that 10 military personnel were involved —  double the original reports — including at least one from every military branch. All were sent back to the U.S. on Monday. The Washington Post, citing congressional sources familiar with the case, is reporting that a preliminary Defense Department investigation, which included video from hotel security cameras, put the number at  nine military personnel.

Secret Service investigators have been sent to Colombia to interview the women involved, King said, according to the Times. King said the agency had copies of the women's identification cards, which they were required to leave with the hotel before going into the rooms.

“The 11 agents are having different recollections about what happened or are not telling the truth,” King said.

U.S. authorities ordered the police not to discuss the scandal, a senior police official told ABC News.

The 11 Secret Service agents, including two senior-level supervisors at the top of the government's pay scale and several members of the counter-assault unit, were sent back to the U.S. before Obama arrived for the summit Friday.

The agents' security clearances were revoked, and they have been barred from all Secret Service facilities.

Editor's Note: Newsmax chief Washington correspondent Ronald Kessler broke the story of the Secret Service scandal. Read his best-selling book, “In the President’s Secret Service: Behind the Scenes with Agents in the Line of Fire and the Presidents They Protect" — Click Here Now!

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