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More transparency from Team Hopenchange: MSM barred from covering Gulf oil spill up close

When CNN and Anderson Cooper suspend their President Kick#ss worship long enough to crap on his efforts to keep them from doing their job (and kudos to them for finally getting around to doing that, after all these years), it’s safe to say that dude has jumped the shark.  Video clip of AC here.

Promise to promote transparency by putting ObamaCare debate on CSPAN: broken.  Transparency by trying to control the Internet: um, OK.  Transparency by keeping the MSM from showing us how bad the oil spill has mucked up the Gulf: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?

And you leftwing nutjobs thought Bush was the epitome of lacking transparency?  Puh-leeze!


July 2, 2010 - Posted by | hypocrisy, Obama, oil


  1. Wow! Good Job AC on this issue. I can understand Adm. Allan’s notice for 65 feet for boats. That’s not a big distance on water, and one boat could be interfere with the work of another at 65 feet. But also on land? That makes no sense. Imagine if a Republican was in office. Imagine the outrage on the networks then.

    Comment by Steve | July 2, 2010

  2. I think every American should hold elected officials accountable. The reason our elected officials feel they can do as they please is because the people have allowed them to get away with it for too long.

    MSM is nothing more than a stooge for the corrupt powers that be.

    Comment by SojournerLove | July 5, 2010

  3. No matter how many letters or phone calls are made for more REAL news eminating from the Gulf oil gusher, policticians will play lip service, and in the end, do nothing.
    Washington has become a large, bloated, formless, mindless entity.
    It has become so large it is totally ineffective, cannot move in any direction and useless to The People.
    Since We the People appear to be stuck with this mindless Washington machine and this being an election year, vote against ALL incumbents.

    Comment by Geraldine | July 5, 2010

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