Ethics Watchdog Targets Congressional Sleepovers
One or two could be overlooked, but dozens are another matter. Whether it is ethical or not, the facilities were not designed or intended for residence. They are squatters living on public property, on the public dime. They should be charged rent. They should be charged for additional utilities, security, and janitorial services.
They are not showing frugality, they are squandering public resources for personal gain. They are also demonstrating their obliviousness to the consequences of scaling – how the conditions change as the scale of something changes.
They should be using private sector housing instead of turning the United States Capital into a commune.
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