Skip to comments.New documents: White House scrambled to justify AmeriCorps firing after the fact
Posted on 11/23/2009 4:46:22 AM PST by libstripper
Just hours after Sen. Charles Grassley and Rep. Darrell Issa released a report Friday on their investigation into the abrupt firing of AmeriCorps inspector general Gerald Walpin, the Obama White House gave the lawmakers a trove of new, previously-withheld documents on the affair. It was a twist on the now-familiar White House late-Friday release of bad news; this time, the new evidence was put out not only at the start of a weekend but also hours too late for inclusion in the report.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
Glad to see this issue hasn’t died.
Obama’s administration is so focused on gaining political favor that they would fire and smear a man based on a single phone call without any regard for the truth or the findings of an Inspector General.
I fail to see how this is no diffrent to watergate. A president trying to protect an ally who has committed a crime by cover up
Time for a second investigation.
Just an “adminsitrative oversight...a clerical error”
“Republican investigators concluded that the key motive behind the firing was unhappiness with Walpin’s aggressive investigation of misuse of AmeriCorps funds by Kevin Johnson, the mayor of Sacramento, California who is a prominent political ally of President Obama.”
Democrat Socialists do not believe in Rule of Law.
They believe in total power.
Mr. Walpin is just one example of their attitude. The only reason that we, or the Republican congressmen know his name is because he decided not to go quietly.
Further backs what many of us have long stated: The Democratic Party is a criminal organization.
[I fail to see how this is no diffrent to watergate.]
You silly person - of course there is a difference! Please note the “R” beside Nixon’s name and the “D” next to Obama’s! I hope I cleared that up for you. /sarc (kinda)
“Glad to see this issue hasnt died.”
Aye to that...
More ammo for the 2011 impeachment proceedings.