Skip to comments.Reason No. 1 to reject Obama (white house transparency fraud)
Posted on 10/09/2012 8:50:13 AM PDT by Perseverando
Exclusive: Joseph Farah looks at book exposing White House transparency fraud
Barack Obama lied in 2008 about so much. He promised so much he had no intention of fulfilling. He deceived the American people with noble ideas he would never carry out.
After four years of witnessing these lies, these broken promises and deceptions, this should be the No. 1 reason to reject Obama at the polls at all costs.
To chronicle the lies, broken promises and deceptions would fill volumes of books and theres no time left for that with the election only weeks away.
So lets just examine the findings of one distinguished author, Christopher Horner, in his new book, The Liberal War on Transparency.
We all remember what Obama said he would do in 2008 create the most open and transparent administration in American history. He excoriated his predecessors White House for its secrecy. He promised a new era of open access to documents and the business of the people in Washington.
But he didnt just miss the mark. It turns out the Obama administration is the most secretive in history and routinely breaks federal laws to keep any damaging information about its operations from seeing the light of day.
Thats what Horner reveals conclusively and methodically in The Liberal War on Transparency.
Horner, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute specializing in energy and environmental issues, has filed scores of Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA, requests to procure documents from the past three administrations.
What he found was that the Obama administration routinely squelches such requests by him and others by forwarding them to the wrong agencies, claiming those filing the requests would be forced to pay huge fees for the documents to be processed or just
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I want to see this administration hounded until the end of time to investigate/indict/punish them for all they have done over the past 4 years.
I hope I live long enough to get even a little satisfaction.