Transparency inquiry can’t even get asked
The “transparency” in the Obama administration means sometimes a question can’t even get asked.
The discovery came today at the daily White House news briefing with press secretary Jay Carney, who responded to a request to be allowed to ask about the president’s positions: “I’m not going to take your questions.”
Ironically, Les Kinsolving, WND’s correspondent at the White House and the No. 2 reporter on the White House beat, had wanted to ask about Obama’s openness.
“In the Washington Post, the president of the Society of Professional Journalists wrote of the Obama administration, ‘Reporters’ questions often go unanswered. When replies are given they frequently are more scripted than meaningful. What is the White House response to this?” was what Kinsolving had wanted to ask.