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Sneaky e-mail addresses = Mistrust


POSTED: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 - 4:06pm

UPDATED: Thursday, June 6, 2013 - 12:29pm

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?

You can e-mail me at pov@ketknbc,com or Facebook me at KETK Neal Barton.

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Right on Deaf Smith, but with a few exceptions. I sure miss Ronald Reagan, Samuel Adams, George Washington, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson.

It appears to me that the more corrupt you are, the bigger the liar, the higher you go in this administration. Once again, every decision that this president makes is to tear America down more and protect the enemies of this country. Impeach now.

Are you under the impression that any of the people who mentioned would actually run for any elected office as a Republican? With the exception of Reagan, I'm pretty sure they would have nothing to do with today's Republican party. Reagan was okay, but you forget he could actually work with Democrats. And the last President that balanced the budget (something some Republicans say is important to them) was Democrat Bill Clinton.

Don't ever forget that no matter what branch of the government a person serves in Army or Department of Agriculture they take an oath to " protect and defend the constitution of the United States of America". The rest of your oath of induction deals with the duties tasks and functions of your specific job and branch. The only federal employees who don't have to answer to congress are Census Bureau, they must have direct written permission from the Head of the Commerce Department.

As one pendant put it, it may be an attempt to circumvent the Freedom of Information Act.

I have to laugh when I hear a media guy talking about trust.

Yes.. he has the most 'transparent' administration in history!

Now do you miss Bush yet?

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