Hmm . . . makes me wonder what happened to the "most open
administration" President Obama talked about?
I am forbidden from deleting ANY e-mails at work. It seems our government
should be required to do the same.
Even after blatantly breaking many campaign promises, people still want Obama as
president. It makes me wonder where everyone's priorities are nowadays.
Citing David Vitter R-Louisiana as a source of honest behavior, co-opts the
entire transparency argument for repubs.
Man up, and come clean with the people.
Riverton CougarI'm still a person and I didn't want Obama
re-elected.So much for "transparency", huh? This is how
Obamacare was passed, by the way, in a dark smoke-filled room.
But it's okay when the GOP controlled Utah legislature tries as hard and
sneakily as they can to hide all their electronic communications in a dark back
room?Makes me think there is some kind of double standard.Besides, who is it who claims there are hidden White House emails?More smoke screens from the rabid right.
To Riverton Cougar 2:04 p.m. Nov. 26, 2012Even after blatantly
breaking many campaign promises, people still want Obama as president. It makes
me wonder where everyone's priorities are nowadays.----------------------I would guess people realized that, bad as
Obama is, Romney would have been even worse. I didn't want either of them,
and I didn't vote for either of them. That's why I wrote in Jon
Huntsman, Jr. He was the only decent candidate in the 2012 campaign field, and
about the only candidate who could have defeated Obama. Sadly the Republicans
rejected him -- I guess he was too sane and moderate for them. The country is
worse off as a result.
One thing you can be sure of is that the republicans will never let important
things like the financial cliff we are approaching get in the way of playing
politics. This is much ado about nothing. Most Americans would rather see
congress focus on important things, you know the deficit, jobs, the impending
tax increases etc.
I just am so delighted when the left defends bad character by reference to bad
character of the right, "But it's okay when the GOP controlled Utah
legislature tries as hard and sneakily as they can to hide all their electronic
communications in a dark back room?" No it was not Okay. Remember a
Republican majority held state put an end to it. It certainly was not the
democrat minority of the state that stopped it. So if the democrats are so
against such behavior, why do they defend the Obama administration? Ignore the man behind the curtain, all hail Oz.
jsf,In the Utah legislature the democrats are irrelevant they are
almost extinct. If we give the republicans a couple of more redistricting
opportunities they will be completely extinct. The attempt to conceal emails
came from the republicans in the Utah legislature, and only after the news media
got involved did the republicans suddenly see the light and become "open and
transparent".Only in Utah would someone blame the democrats for
something they had nothing to do with, and give the republicans credit for
solving a problem they created. Please D does not stand for devil and R does
not stand for righteous. Lets try and be a little bit honest and fair.
What did the Utah GOP do in secret meetings? From what I can tell, you can
request information from their meetings under the GRAMMA(?) laws.Are
they secret because you were not invited, and don't want to request any
Fred44 thanks for getting on board and demanding "open and transparent"
government from the Obama Administration.
Maybe:* the rich* your neighbor* your boss* your
uncle* your auntie* the mayor* the poor?can all
pay a little more.What kind of president would go around telling
people to give more of their hard earned money, because government can't
cut back on spending. No amount of taxes will fix this mess.Thank
you Obama for your great ideas of fixing the economy.
So in other words we get to endure one wild conspiracy theory after another for
the next four years. How many millions of dollars will republicans waist of our
money this time around?