(Washington, DC) With the federal debt nearing $17 trillion, the White House will announce today the formation of a new federal agency to deal with the crippling spending and waste in Washington.
The new Department of Spending and Management (SPAM) will have the largest combined budget of any federal department in the administration. According to one senior administration official, the size and scope of the department is unprecedented: “Tackling the waste in Washington is the highest priority, and so we wanted it to have a large, expansive budget to give them the tools they need to get the job done.”
He went on to explain that the department will be fully staffed with the best and brightest from across the nation. No expense shall be spared in making sure SPAM can function as a full semi-autonomous force against overspending.
The department will set up a new bureaucracy with twenty-four subdivisions. Each subdivision will operate with its own budget that will increase each year, regardless of inflation.
April 1, 2013