So, They want US to pay for their healthcare, US to pay for
their secret service, US to pay for their flights... and they
can't be held accountable? This is garbage. You want
public office? You answer to... the PUBLIC!
@Pagan,I'm curious to see whether you hold all politicians to the
same standard, regardless of party affiliation. The article states:"Other leading candidates for the presidency incumbent Barack Obama and
Texas Gov. Rick Perry have touted their commitment to transparency. But their
administrations also have been selective at times in the records they disclose.
They have limited, stalled or denied access when it suited their
purposes."Do you think President Obama should be held
accountable for his administration's lack of transparency?
'Do you think President Obama should be held accountable for his
administration's lack of transparency?' - Hawkeye79 | 6:02 p.m. Nov. 30, 2011
Another question. Hawkeye, do you ever have a POINT I
can comment about? Of course I hold Obama to this same standard. Rather than distract from the GOP canidates, would you hold them
accountable to the same standard as well? It appears, the article
says 'no.' As this is NOT a disqualifier for those running for the
Presidency. Only, it appears for you, the President. I
also didn't hear this outcry when then President George W. Bush cited documents
as 'Classified' or 'National security' when HE refused transparency.
Your question only serves to imply guilt. A common conservative
tactic: *'President Obama's purported 'weird'-Mormon strategy
against Mitt Romney will backfire, pundits say' - By Hal Boyd, Deseret News -
08/10/11 And only serves to remind us that the Republican party
cannot stand on it's own record. So, will ask QUESTIONS about it's
opponents, rather than defend ITSELF. Ergo: 'Obama was
born in Kenya.' Want another example? *'Trump on
Obama's Birth Certificate: 'Maybe It Says He's a Muslim' - Fox Nation - 03/30/11