Saturday, May 09, 2009

An ACORN Doesn't Fall Far From The Census Stink Tree

Was ACORN there or will they just get the minutes so they can "fix" the malfunctioning hand-held computers?

Doors closed at census session
Before the meeting began, The Post questioned why it was closed to the media.

Commerce Department spokesman Nick Kimball said the decision to keep it private did not conflict with the Census Bureau's attempts to publicize the 2010 census.

"This is more of a briefing for the secretary to get a sense of where things are in Denver," Kimball said. "So it's not necessarily a big promotional event to draw attention to what's going on."

This administration is transparent. In fact, its corruption and lying is so transparent that the media seems to see right through them without noticing a thing, so why would they question a corrupt census by the "grow our vote" party?