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The most TRANSPARENT Administration in History....

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  • One Bad Pig
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    Yep, still transparent.

    Originally posted by Washington Post
    As nearly two dozen Secret Service agents and members of the military were punished or fired following a 2012 prostitution scandal in Colombia, Obama administration officials repeatedly denied that anyone from the White House was involved.

    But new details drawn from government documents and interviews show that senior White House aides were given information at the time suggesting that a prostitute was an overnight guest in the hotel room of a presidential advance-team member — yet that information was never thoroughly investigated or publicly acknowledged.
    Prostitute? What prostitute? (Yes, they're still denying it.)

    If they're trying to cover up something so relatively minor, what else are they covering up?
    Last edited by One Bad Pig; 10-11-2014, 12:26 AM.

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  • Just Some Dude
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    We still need an Amen button.

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  • Sparko
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    I dunno. I can see right through their lies. Seems pretty transparent to me.

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  • Teallaura
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    Just 'cause it's transparent doesn't mean they have to turn the lights on...

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  • Cow Poke
    started a topic The most TRANSPARENT Administration in History....

    The most TRANSPARENT Administration in History....

    The most TRANSPARENT Administration in History.... continues efforts to hide stuff....

    The most TRANSPARENT Administration in History....

    [cite= (IF the cite function worked) Politico]
    A federal appeals court has rejected the Obama Administration's attempt to keep secret the government's data on how much individual retailers take in from the food stamp program.

    In a ruling Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit turned down the U.S. Department of Agriculture's arguments that a provision in federal law protecting retailers' application information from disclosure also barred disclosure of how much the feds pay out to specific businesses.[/end of not working Cite function]

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/under-...rs-182072.html

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