That is the question of the hour. House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King, R-N.Y., sent a letter to Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan asking him just that, along with many other questions including security risks and internal training procedures. Representative King wants to know specifically “how many agents paid the women, and how many ‘provided monetary remuneration to the female foreign nationals involved in the alleged incident in Colombia with the per diem provided by the U.S. government?'” How does it make you feel to suspect that the prostitutes were paid with tax payer “per diem” for their services? As of right now, no one knows for sure how much money the prostitutes were paid, and if they were paid out of the “government pocketbook.” They are still fully undergoing investigation on the service agents and expect more of the to be dismissed from their positions. The dismissal from the possible White House involvement is being put further into the spotlight. “‘I’d say it’s a reasonable question and that the White House ought to be conducting its own internal investigation of White House personnel who were in Cartagena, just to make sure that none of them were involved in this kind of inappropriate behavior,” Lieberman said on “Fox News Sunday.'” There will be more updates soon to follow.