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Obama Administration's Transparency: "Pretty Weak"

mcgrahmnesty Wrote: Mar 15, 2013 12:28 PM
Rand Paul is not for easy-amnesty, He said to lower legal-entries from countries to offset any illegals from that same country that're allowed to stay here to become citizens. He's talking within the context of "current" mainstream social politics as any politician has to, to stay in the game. But after his popularity-consensus-builds, as the Obamination is exposed for the "Fake-Phoney-Fraud" that he really is. Rand Paul will be able to be alot more pro-US-American-pro-USC, Cons on the issue, as he, all Patriotic US-Fed-politicians should be. He will then be able to continue doing this, defending the USC, rights of the US-Amer-people, while still seeming to be fair enough to Cons-Dems-Lbrtrns-Cnstnlsts ! RP can get Ind-women voters !
Government watchdog group Cause of Action yesterday released transparency grades for each of the Obama Administration's executive departments, plus the Environmental Protection Agency. For an administration that prides itself on transparency, the results were not good.

The average grade that Cause of Action gave Obama Administration departments was a C-, with two cabinet-level institutions - the Department of Defense and the Department of Commerce - receiving failing grades.

"President Obama himself actually made a pledge that his Administration would be the most transparent in history," Cause of Action's communications director Mary Beth Hutchins told Townhall. "There's a great inconsistency...