Biden’s Closed Door Meeting on Transparency

By Caomhin

Head on over to the LA Times to read Andrew Malcom’s blog, you won’t be disappointed.  Here’s an excerpt:

After a recent public sighting, fears had mounted that the one-time, long-term senator might rebel against traditional White House strictures and start acting on all the administration’s oft-promised promises of government transparency and official openness running back into 2008.

But the VP’s public schedule today puts all those fears to rest.

I distinctly remember Obama and Pelosi both making promises of being open and transparent numerous times, but now even the press has little doubt that they are and were lying about this pledge.   Gibbs has been taking his hits from the press cops as well for the administration’s lack of transparency and even C-SPAN has slammed the Democrats for operating in secrecy and voting in the dead of the night.  Why, it’s almost as if the Democrats don’t want the American people to know what they’re doing.

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