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Obama’s Transparent Government

Posted in politics by roving on December 18, 2008

All through Obama’s campaign he cried out transparency. That is what he preached over and over. Let the people see and know everything that goes on. He only forgot one thing. His own transparency. He has released ZERO papers on himself yet if anyone wants to work for him you have to fill out a questionnaire asking, well, some pretty dumb things that really is none of his business to begin with.

A reporter who had the guts for a second to ask Obama a question about Obama’s “internal” investigation on who talked to Blago, cut off the reporter. I could see Obama was angry. How dare anyone ask Obama a question. Don’t they know who he is? He is THE ONE!

Now Obama says his internal investigation is complete and surprise surprise, he cleared himself. Well, that’s good enough for me! Cripes. He says he will release his findings Christmas week while he is in Hawaii vacationing and probably not having a memorial for his grandmother and most people and reporters will be with their own families. Coincidence? I don’t think so. Obama isn’t even president and  already he showing us what to expect. This is just the begining. Trust me.

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  1. gayle said, on December 19, 2008 at 4:59 am

    Well if he is president and gets caught at anything, he will pardon himself

  2. rovingpatrol said, on December 19, 2008 at 5:46 pm

    The media will make sure he doesn’t get caught or just make excuses for him


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