Thursday, March 17, 2005

Well, if the White House says it's ok...

So the White House doesn't think there's anything wrong with producing videos to promote their programs and then pass them off as news stories. Well, I'm glad that's settled. Now if that pesky GAO could just get on board, maybe we wouldn't have to talk about these things anymore.

Seriously though, this administration does exactly what it does with any issue, and what's more frustrating is they get away with it every time, they say that's it's not a big deal then imply that if anyone does think it's a big deal then they don't know what they're talking about and besides it's someone else's fault anyway.

I'll bet they can't wait for the day when they can distribute propaganda without having to make all these excuses for it.

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