Photo from VoyeurAfter a Republican National Committee expense report was found to have an astronomical bill from a risque club in Hollywood, my first thought was, "How did they think they could get away with expensing a strip club?"
Later, I thought, why not?
Listen, if I were a RNC donor, I'd be pretty ticked off right now. I give to a cause and you spend my money on strippers, limos and the Four Seasons?
However, I'm not a donor and I have traveled for business before so I know you get a bit of a travel allowance. One usually gets a per diem because you're away from home and can't cook your own food, or pop in your own Booty Camp DVD. Does your boss have a say over what you choose to eat or watch?
Well, maybe. Especially if your boss happens to be made up of wealthy donors who think they're buying influence, not indecency.
But I do love the reaction of the DNC, who must be having a field day over these salacious discoveries:
A spokesman for the party, Brad Woodhouse, said: “If limos, chartered aircraft and sex clubs are where they think their donors’ money should be spent, who are we to judge?”
Would you try to pass off something risque in your business expense report?