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The administration declined an invitation to testify at a Tuesday House hearing on transparency and the White House visitor logs, prompting criticism from House Republicans.
The House Energy and Commerce Oversight subpanel invited Brad Kiley, director of the White House Office of Management and Administration, to testify on the visitor logs as well as the system that tracks visitors to the White House. The White House indicated Monday that neither Kiley nor a designee would appear.
"This administration parades around the banner of transparency, and yet their actions and record are anything but transparent," said a Republican spokesman with the committee.
Originally posted by wheresthetruth
Transparency Award Ceremony...Closed
Oversight Review on Transparency Invitation...Declined.
Yay for Hope and Change.
Originally posted by notsofunnyguy
Well, don't forget that Obama recently go the Transparency Award...in secret:
Gotta love the irony