The “Most Transparent Administration in History” runs into trouble with the people who put it in place

Pinch Sulzberger

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The NYT is shocked, shocked to discover that the Obama administration is stonewalling and thwarting misdeeds by its agencies.

“This is by far the most aggressive assault on the inspector general concept since the beginning,” said Paul Light, a New York University professor who has studied the system. “It’s the complete evisceration of the concept. You might as well fold them down. They’ve become defanged.”

The administration has been doing this for 7 years – why is the NYT only now discovering it? Because before, the suppression and evasiveness was directed at thwarting Congressional investigations into the IRS’s enemy list and Hillary Clinton’s emails, which were good things. These investigations have been looking at offensives the Times wants punished.

Dollar Bill must be peeing in his bedpan while he awaits orders on how to respond and think [sic] about this.

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4 responses to “The “Most Transparent Administration in History” runs into trouble with the people who put it in place

  1. harry

    What sickens me most is when they pit us against each other and we fight between ourselves instead of them. Left vs Right, Muslim vs Christian, black vs white, men vs women, rural vs urban, these are all contrived divides, there is far more that binds Americans than divide US, but their media plays up these differences and we fall for it every time. The people that are projecting this message are the real criminals.

  2. Dollar Bill

    Speaking of the NY Times,nice to see the paper running interference for the crazies (so beloved by CF. Because they tote guns!) in the so-called “right to life” movement who shot up the Planned Parenthood in Colorado. CF loves these God-fearing, zygote-loving assassins, dontcha know?

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/28/us/colorado-planned-parenthood-shooting.html?_r=0