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President George W. Bush, the most secretive President in history, will fight to keep White House visitor logs secret.
A decision to challenge a court ruling that says the logs are public record is "business as usual" for Bush, who believes the actions of his administration are above the law and not subject to public view.
Bush's modus operandi in such matters is to stonewall until time, or his term in office, runs out. It often works and even when it doesn't work, Bush simply ignores the will of the courts or the rule and law and does whatever he damn well pleases.
That's the Bush way and Bush has pretty much had things his way for the past seven years.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington wants to use the Secret Service documents to show the influence religious conservatives have on the Bush administration. The government argues that proves the records are related to the White House, not to the workings of the Secret Service, and should not be released.
Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
How ironic that the same "spy-happy" prez who wants to pry into everyone else's lives is so worried about people checking out what he's been up to...Something to hide much?
Originally posted by Anti-Tyrant
reply topost by RabbitChaser
Why do you feel it nessecary to make a link to another website to make such a simple point?
p.s; just out of curiosity - i mean, you were doing good up until you brought ebaum into the topic.
Rabbitchaser that video really made my day