This is one of the most critical times in the election process. We must do something that as a nation, as a State and community, that we have forgotten. We must vote with a clear and determined purpose to protect our nation and our Rights.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest
The United States is not without citizens that are Hispanic, and with a long history in the nation. In summary though it appears that President Obama, and the Democrat Party to varying degree, seem to have two separate opinions on the Hispanic community.
It is a plan without a clear end-point, either in time or proof of success. Perhaps most importantly, to-date it (debatably) has not been an effective plan. But it now is (once again) America’s plan under the Obama Administration.
We await whatever response that the White House will give, because even though the major media has given up on what should have been a simple matter, we believe that if our Government cannot be transparent and open enough to tell us something so trivial then it certainly is avoiding letting the public know about matters far more grave that no one has thought to ask about yet.
Whether this is a matter of incompetence or human error or even a general dislike of the topics we present, is unknown and open to the interpretation of the reader. But it is a clear statement that the Government is failing the public, and the plausibility of transparency is tenuous at best.
We decided to take up Secretary Earnest on his claim that this Administration is trying to be the “most transparent” in history and ask our question about the cots of a round of golf for President Obama again – with a few more specifics to see if that would help. We will provide, verbatim as always, any and all responses from the OMB as we receive them.