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Friday, September 30, 2011

Audit Shows Merger of Missouri Highway & Water Patrols Will Actually Cost Taxpayers More

In addition to pre-office drug tests that are NOT given- Missouri politicians perhaps also need to take pre-office lie detector tests.


According to this story in the BRANSON (MO) TRI-LAKES NEWS- the merger of the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Missouri Water Patrol that was undertaken at the beginning of this year was (lied) said to save MO taxpayers $3-million a year in costs.

However- a recent audit showed that the merger will actually COST MO taxpayers $900000 a year.


Maybe we should insist on those lie detectors each time Missouri politicians tell us anything....

2 comments:

Superdave said...

They need one hooked to them at all times. And on their head they wear a beanie hat with a propeller on the top that if they are lying it starts spinning.

See that way at all times we can watch an idiot in a spinning beanie hat.

The Observer said...

Superdave--
ROFL!

As to mergers saving money...I give you the KCFD/MAST mess.