Justice Department Grants Big Government Authority to Lie

Moonbattery

This must be what Obama means by transparency:

A proposed rule to the Freedom of Information Act would allow federal agencies to tell people requesting certain law-enforcement or national security documents that records don’t exist — even when they do.

Under current FOIA practice, the government may withhold information and issue what’s known as a Glomar denial that says it can neither confirm nor deny the existence of records.

The new proposal — part of a lengthy rule revision by the Department of Justice — would direct government agencies to “respond to the request as if the excluded records did not exist.”

That is, the Injustice Department is granting the government authority to evade the law by telling lies. By a remarkable coincidence, the department is headed by a skeevy dissimulator who was recently caught lying to Congress about his involvement in the Fast & Furious gunrunning operation.

Just for laughs, here’s Barack Hussein in January 2009 praising the Freedom of Information Act and promising that transparency would be a “touchstone” of his administration:

2 responses to “Justice Department Grants Big Government Authority to Lie

  1. OK, SO THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS THAT THEY HAVE OPENLY ADMITTED TO BEING LIARS AND CHEATS.

  2. Right.

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