Does everybody remember this quote?
@dcexaminer " Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency. " Barack Obama, Jan 20, 2009
— Terry Shawn (@xebec78) March 19, 2016
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) March 19, 2016
In gov' t transparency, a new low, according to AP analysis on records requests https://t.co/d2oQ3LE6Xh
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) March 18, 2016
The Obama administration’ s level of transparency is now record-setting:
The Obama administration has set a new record for rejecting Freedom of Information Act requests, in accordance with a report published Friday.
The administration censored materials or rejected requests for access in a record 596, 095 cases, or 77 percent of the time, according to the annual review conducted by the Associated Press . That’ s an increase of 12 % since Obama’ s first year in office.
The dog ate my FOIA. https://t.co/hWK8gfudpb
— Joe Sciacca (@BHsciacca) March 18, 2016
Another part of the Obama " legacy". https://t.co/lBZNnsHYT8
— kerry (@K1erry) March 18, 2016
President Stompy Foot doesn' t like being challenged… https://t.co/YUXdkzWp9r
— Bobacheck (@Bobacheck) March 19, 2016
— William Paxton (@Truthseer1961) March 19, 2016
The press pushed Obama and this is what they get. https://t.co/xVjy9J7BJA
— Carl Gottlieb (@c_cgottlieb) March 19, 2016
@dcexaminer But claims to be the most transparent Administration Eva! Hahaha
— AngelsWalk! (@LAWGermany) March 19, 2016
* Your transparency mileage may vary.