Skip to comments.The Most Ethical Administration Evah
Posted on 04/04/2009 8:28:03 AM PDT by Selkirk
Given the choice between two models, I ask which is the more ethical.
On the one hand, you have a policy that does not preclude the input of any person, regardless of their economic condition and previous employment history. In this model, a lobbyist is likely to get a job in the White House because of the expertise that he or she may have in a specific area. On the other hand, you have a stated policy that makes an announcement to the world that the conflict of interest inherent in some people's economic condition is too great to allow them to work in the White House, but in practice allows numerous persons with all kinds of conflicts to work there anyway.
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A lobbyist is likely to get a job in the White House,yep that’s obamas gang.
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