Thursday, May 7, 2009

Another Nominee

Records violations dog housing nominee
President Obama's choice for the government's No. 2 housing job is embroiled in the largest fine in U.S. history for "blatant violations" of open records laws after the Washington State Supreme Court chastised his office for withholding documents detailing taxpayer costs for a new professional football stadium in Seattle.

The documents that Ronald Sims' office was found to have kept from the public when he served as King County executive included information about cheaper alternatives to the $430 million Seattle Seahawks stadium, which was built in 2002, according to a Washington Times review of the court records.
I have one simple question: Does B. Hussein Obama even KNOW anyone that isn't a criminal?

1 comment:

TexasFred said...

Apparently not...