Sunlight is for suckers. The New York Post reported on Tuesday that the White House will not release the $328,835 snapshots taken of the president’s Boeing VC-25A that buzzed lower Manhattan. The entire world has seen news and amateur photos and videos of the incident. But if President Obama has his way, taxpayers won’t be able to see the flyover photos they paid for with their own money.
This will make for an interesting response to my Freedom of Information Act requests. After the bizarre mission caused distress and panic among countless New York City residents who were intentionally left in the dark about the photo-op stunt, I filed two public records requests with the Office of the Secretary of Defense and Joint Staff FOIA Requester Service Center. The first one requests any and all communication — including e-mail and other public records and including any and all correspon
|The poll already expired - voting is no longer possible!|
|LMAO... yeah, they've been about as transparent as lead.|
|Hope! Change! Hope! Change! I am an Obama Sheep and my MESSIAH could do nothing wrong! I love my Obams!|
|Yes, Obama has fufilled his promise of transparency... especially with the "Stimulus" bill... I'm so glad he allowed the people enough time to read that entire bill before he signed it.|
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