Sneaky e-mail addresses = Mistrust
POSTED: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 - 3:06pm
UPDATED: Thursday, June 6, 2013 - 11:29am
Tyler, TX (KETK) — I just saw this from the most transparent administration ever.
Come to find out, some have been using fake e-mail addresses to correspond with each other.
Their excuse? They don't want to be over-run with with unwanted message, like advertising.
Here we go again.
Relevant questions, high school answers.
The AP asked for some of the secret accounts to be turned over.
The Labor Department told them, "Sure, for $1,000,000."
How about that?
They now that trying to shakedown the Associated Press.
Those e-mails, I suppose, are what they want the public to see, .not what they don't.
This clearly looks as if they have something to hide.
I saw on one TV news program, Monday, where one false employee even won an award and credentials.
You couple this with the IRS mess, and the other scandals, I don't have to name, what does this say?
Remember, the President pledged during his first week in office to make government more transparent and open.
The nation's signature open-records law, he said in a memo to his Cabinet, would be "Administered with a clear presumption: In the face of doubt, openness prevails."
That's my point of view, what's yours?
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