Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Obama Gets Anti-Secrecy Award Behind Closed Doors

This would be supremely ironic if it weren't so predictable. The first attempt to present Obama with a transparency in government award was the only open presidential meeting that day.
"This president has demonstrated a commitment to transparency and openness that is greater than any administration has shown in the past, and he’s been committed to that since he ran for President and he’s taken a significant number of measures to demonstrate that,” [White House press secretary Jay Carney] said in a testy exchange with Fox News reporter Wendell Goler on March 16."
Today, Obama received the anti-secrecy award behind closed doors. Like the Nobel Peace Prize, the openness award for Obama is more aspirational than actual.







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2 comments:

dcat said...

LOL I heard the loons that gave him the peace prize want to claim the peace prize back from him! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...

What a dipshit as if we don't know what he is playing at! Well maybe the idiot liptards are in denial but they all are basically brain dead anyway!

Always On Watch said...

Dcat is exactly right. BHO is a dipshit.