It would appear that our illustrious leader is not the only one in our current administration who thinks very highly of himself (or herself):
The General Services Administration’s Julia Hudson was ready to party last month, inviting roughly 1,200 federal employees to celebrate the second anniversary of her appointment as the scandal-scarred agency’s National Capital Region administrator.
If one reads the whole story, several things stand out.
- This was a party to celebrate someone’s getting put in charge–not a 40 year retirement or something noteworthy.
- This is the second year she’s done this. Last year the party took place.
- The event was to take 2 hours over lunch on a workday.
- If 1200 people would take 1 hour out of a productive workday, that translates to more than a half-year of time wasted.
- This person is currently responsible for overseeing 96 million square feet of federal real estate.
- There will be no real punishment for this poor stewardship in pursuit of self-love.
- We are not in the best of hands.
Thankfully, someone with a bit more sense (or at least, the understanding that this would not play well for the administration) put a stop to this in time.