The most transparent administration ever

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Yeah really. Want to buy some oceanfront property in Montana?

From Denny at Grouchy Old Cripple comes a nice shopping list that seems to have been swept under the rug. The media want's to see Donald Trump's tax returns - how about resuming the request for these documents:

Things I Would Like To See More Than Trump’s Tax Return
The libs are jumping up and down like little kids screaming, “Show us your tax returns!” Fer sure there has to be some sort of gotchas on them. I’ve come up with a list of things that I’d like the libs to show me.

Flipper’s Navy records. Remember back during the 2004 election he promised to release them? He never did. Do these records refute his claim of being a war hero? What is he hiding?

Horrible Harry Reid’s tax returns. He claimed that Mittens Romneycare didn’t pay any taxes. OK. Let’s see your returns, Harry. Let’s see all of your financial records you crook. What are you hiding?

Obungler’s real birth certificate, not that phony one that the White House released that has been debunked as a fake. Let’s see the real one. On one of Jug Hussein Ears Downgrade’s autobiographies, the publisher’s notes claim that he is the first US senator who was born in Kenya. Until we see the real birth certificate we’ll never know. What is he hiding?

Many more at the site. And the title of this post? This laughable moment from Barry in 2013:

Obama says his is ‘most transparent administration' ever
President Obama on Thursday hailed his administration for its transparency.

“This is the most transparent administration in history,” Obama said during a Google Plus “Fireside” Hangout.

“I can document that this is the case,” he continued. “Every visitor that comes into the White House is now part of the public record. Every law we pass and every rule we implement we put online for everyone to see.”

The president said this holds true even on the issue of the attack on a U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, a controversy which he said was “driven by campaign” politics and one that Congressional Republicans were clinging to even though they’ve “run out of questions.”

The guy is living inside his own brain - he is clueless and out of touch with reality.

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