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Transparency in Practice: Local Felon Makes 60 Visits to White House

Chicago Daily Observer 30 November 2011 No Comment

From Michelle Malkin

Just like clockwork, the Obama administration never misses an opportunity to unload thousands of records it hopes no one will ever bother sifting through during the holidays.

Another busy bee: Convicted felon, Huffington Post/Alinskyite agitator, and husband of Illinois Democrat Rep. Jan Schakowsky, Robert Creamer.
According to the newly released records, Creamer was at the White House five times in August 2011 meeting with various officials, including Jon Carson, Cecilia Munoz, and Stephanie Cutter. He’s listed nearly 60 times in visitor logs since the start of the administration.

Jon Carson, you say? The Director of the Office of Public Engagement, claiming to be

the embodiment of the President’s goal of making government inclusive, transparent, accountable and responsible.

We create and coordinate opportunities for direct dialogue between the Obama Administration and the American public, while bringing new voices to the table and ensuring that everyone can participate and inform the work of the President.

The Office of Public Engagement helps open the two-way dialogue, ensuring that the issues impacting our nation’s proud and diverse communities have a receptive team dedicated to making their voices heard within the Administration, and even more importantly helping their concerns be translated into action by the appropriate bodies of the Federal Government.

because really, what better what to provide transparency and bringing new voices to the table than releasing visitor records with a felon-lobbyist-husband of a member of Congress over a Thanksgiving Holiday?

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