By PE Politics
on April 23, 2010 8:22 AM

Days after Inland Rep. Darrell Issa issued a formal request for information about the timing of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s lawsuit against Goldman Sachs, a different kind of information related to the goings on within the agency has emerged.

As reported late last night by the AP, the SEC’s inspector general has issued a new report concluding that senior commission staffers spent hours surfing pornographic websites as the nation’s economy faltered.

Issa, who already raised questions about whether the Goldman suit was timed to help the Obama administration and congressional Democrats push financial reform legislation, isn’t amused by the latest revelation.

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