Obama Names Only 110 Names Who Have Visited the White House … Oprah, Soros … Ayers, Wright, Malik Shabazz???
More from the “Most Transparent” White House in the history of the Universe. Once again, the Obama White House makes a laughing stock out of itself by stating the the following is “transparency like you’ve never seen before!”
However, the list was only released after several watchdog groups filed suit. Hardly volunteer transparency.
Obama White House releases small list of visitors to the White House. However, under the Obama White House’s policy, most names of visitors from Inauguration Day in January through the end of September will never be released.
Under the Barack Obama White House’s policy, most names of visitors from Inauguration Day in January through the end of September will never be released. Why is that? Wasn’t this supposed to be the most transparent White House ever? Why would Obama never release the names? What is Obama hiding? As Jammie Wearing Fool states, “But in ObamaWorld, that’s transparency like you’ve never seen before! Just imagine how’d they act if they had something to hide.”
Hmm … did Bill Ayers and Reverend Wright really visit the White House? Hot Air seems to think that it would cause a PR nightmare and there would be no reason for Obama to take such a risk. I tend to think that Obama thinks he is above all this and is so arrogant that he thinks that the Obamamessiah is all powerful. After all, this happened prior to Obama and his minions getting slapped down by the MSM over the FOX News flack. Can you really put anything past Obama and his arrogance? As Macsmind says, how many William A. Ayers are there anyway?
I thought Obama said he was going to have a lobbyist, K Street free White House?
Though Obama’s administration has taken pains to distance itself from K Street, a number of prominent lobbyists also show up on the list, including Steve Elmendorf of Elmendorf Strategies, Tony Podesta of the Podesta Group and Heather Podesta of Heather Podesta and Partners.
The names of prominent lobbyists for financial firms and trade associations also show up on the list.
The lobbying trade association lobbyists include: Edward Yingling, head of the American Bankers Association (ABA); Camden Fine, head of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA); Scott Talbott, of the Financial Services Roundtable and Fred Becker, of the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU); and Dan Mica, of the Credit Union National Assocation (CUNA).