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White House Chief of Staff Misleads Nation About Fast and Furious "Facts"

Dan_NV Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 2:07 PM
Questioning anyone in the Obama administration on news programs is pointless. Lew was able to getting his talking points out there on a news network that will not challenge his lies and misinformation. Lew now needs to be the next one sitting in the hot seat before Rep. Issa's committee. Ask him exactly the same question as he was asked on CNN and then remind him he is under oath and does he really want to give the same answer. The level of deceit and misinformation coming from the White House, not to mention their complete disregard for even decisions laid down by the Supreme Court is criminal.
Ress Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 2:25 PM
"a news network"? You're being too kind, Dan. ;-)
Prof Shadow Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 4:00 PM
Yeah,
We're seeing old school "Pravda" action.

On CNN's State of the Union this morning, White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew was asked why President Obama asserted executive privilege for Attorney General Eric Holder over Fast and Furious documents when he railed against the use of executive privilege in 2007. Remember, President Obama campaigned on his administration being the "most transparent administration in history."

White House Chief Of Staff Jacob Lew: “Candy, let’s go back to the facts. The facts are that this was a bad plan, this Fast and Furious. It’s something that started in the Bush Administration and the Attorney General did...