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-- is America White House social secretary Desiree Rogers is refusing to testify on Capitol Hill about the party crashing incident.
And according to Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett.
That is entirely consistent with the Obama administration's commitment to transparency.
I'll take a look at what she told Good Morning America earlier today.
No actually it doesn't go against -- I think.
Having a full review up on the web site where anyone in the country anyone who goes on our website -- -- it is the definition of transparency.
I don't get all the false stated that the White House web site has provided about the stimulus.
I'm sure they'll be very enlightening on this subject to but -- wasn't finished she offered this justification.
On Rodgers to have.
We think it's important.
To have a balance and have the White House staff favorable to have confidential conversations with the president and his team without appearing before congress.
I -- that's interstate because that's precisely what the Bush Administration said when it's officials or asked to testify on key national security proceedings.
And it was President Obama who promised to change that supposedly -- dropped and secretive culture.
After less than one year in office a top Justice Department official is already throwing in the towel.
According to the Washington Post deputy attorney general David Ogden is stepping down from his post.
And -- somebody.
Who endured a rocky confirmation process Ogden is certainly make -- a quick exit from government service and his nomination came under fire for a number of reasons for one.
-- had very little experience in criminal law issues and in fact much of his experience came representing the interest of the pornography industry.
Including Playboy magazine on a number of occasions and now the post is reporting that -- plans to return.
-- is private law practice.
So I wonder some of his -- clients once again -- I'm calling on his services.
I remember that White House jobs report said that the stimulus had created or saved up to one million new jobs well the Obama administration.
In all the arrogance probably touted the findings of that study at every opportunity.
And Robert kids he was chief among them.
Making these job -- -- -- -- killer so carefully sound like the scientific and actual.
So I don't know where you can be the -- 3 o'clock you'll be able to observe it holistic way under the it's one of these so called saved or created jobs represents a concrete.
New jobs report -- and yes sports department.
Yes go -- Your -- don't believe it's possible.
Critics didn't think the recovery plan would help the economy grow but I think the critics.
If you put fifty cents -- newspaper machine and pull the -- You'll see that.
Hadn't been so right.
Oh really Robert -- the chair of the board that oversees the stimulus he's singing a different tune in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.
Oral -- admitted there were widespread errors in the report.
And -- a group of inspectors general are investigating the matter now Devin he told the paper quote I don't enjoy sitting here -- numbers that I know to be wrong for three months.
Any knowledge that quote there's enough embarrassment to go around.
Hey Robert I think he out might be talking about you.
And finally in -- -- America the director of the office for management and budget Peter Orszag -- stunning admission earlier today.
About the administration's health care plan.
Now according to Orszag in the event of a government health care takeover it may be awhile before you see any changes.
It will be years eight years.
Two decades two time but it can adjust and continued to continuous improvement.
Right yes I'm sure with the government at the Helm things will magically improve for the better -- and a few decades what we're all bankrupt.
And that as -- Newsnight from Kennedy's America.
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