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Tax dollars spent for a bureaucrat to examine porn at the Pentagon- another example that military spending is not sacrosanct

Hi, Daily Paul community. I don't know if I have anything here, but felt that maybe someone else might. I wanted to provide an example of why military spending is not sacrosanct.

I'm a government contractor- sorry, jobs were slim after I got out of the Air Force, but my wife-to-be in a month are quitting our jobs and moving to Colorado in March- who works in Crystal City (a section of Arlington), VA and also the Pentagon.

On January 5, as my contract team and I were moving into another location in Crystal City (leased government office space), we peeked into a box that had been sitting in a corner since we had been in this office. And what a surprise did we find! It was a big box of porn- Hustler, Penthouse, and plenty of other titles- totaling 60 in all.

But this is not just a case of porn being in a government office. Inside the box were dozens of typed and handwritten slips of paper with the title of the porn magazine at the top and "Sexually Explicit" and "Not Sexually Explicit" below the title. Either option was circled or had a check beside it.

It became clear to us that U.S. tax dollars are paying a bureaucrat in the Office of the Secretary of the Navy for Manpower and Reserve Affairs to wade through these magazines and determining if they were sexually explicit or not for purposes of distributing to Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM).

I took pictures of the box and photocopied a letter and mailing label that were contained within. I later went back and took a couple of videos.

Again, don't know if I have anything here. I'm glad to post the copies, pictures, and videos if this post goes anywhere.