I find the unraveling "scandal" involving the Secret Service very interesting. IF the allegations are true, the agents were in the wrong and should have the book thrown at them. But, I would bet that something like this would have NEVER occurred with either of the two Bush administrations. (I remember something similar with the Secret Service occurring during the Clinton Administration) If you don't have any respect for your boss, or your boss doesn't have any respect for you, I would suggest that it would be difficult to WANT to do the right thing. I was always taught that you lead by example and the current administration has NOT done this, I am ashamed to say. If I were a Secret Service agent, I must admit it would be very hard for me to take a bullet for the light bringer.
This is a quote that I saw on the Fox Nation web site and also on fellow blogger Drawn Cutlass page. It's from former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton:
"I understand the Obama administration is trying to make the argument that foreign policy is a strength of theirs, using the killing of Osama bin Laden. But the way I would look at it is this: Osama bin Laden was killed while Obama was president–he wasn’t killed because Obama was president."