An example of Obama 'transparency'

As a preview of transparent things to come beginning  01/01/01 AMO (After the Messiah Obama), otherwise known now as Inauguration Day, January 20, 2009 in America, listen to The Office of President-Elect Barack Hussein Obama's interruption to a question from John McCormick, a reporter from the Chicago Tribune--his hometown paper.   Let me just cut you off because I don't want you to waste your question.    In other words, asking a legitimate question about Obama's relationship with his state's governor, even though it was not the purpose of the press conference, indicates The Office of the President-Elect will cut off all reporters who probe too uncomfortably in sensitive areas.  A troubling message.    The Office of the President-Elect, continuing its policy of transparency, did however answer McCormick's vital follow up question relating to the topic of the press conference, the selection of Arne Duncan as his...(Read Full Post)