11/18/2011

More on the most transparent administration ever

Whether one thinks that Kagan should rule on the constitutionality of Obamacare, it is hard to see why anyone would defend the Obama administration withholding this information on what cases that she worked on. From the WT:

Top Republican senators said late Friday the Justice Department has been stonewalling their request for more information on Supreme CourtJustice Elena Kagan, and said her previous work as solicitor general “may satisfy both requirements for recusal” from the upcoming health-care case.

The senators, led by Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, are demanding Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. comply with requests for more documents about Justice Kagan’s role in planning the administration’s defense, and said unless he provides the information it could undermine confidence in the court’s eventual ruling on the case. . . .

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Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

I'd like to know just who is doing the stonewalling. Is this being done on the orders of the President, or is this a department head choice? Is Obama in charge, or are individuals in the administration running amuck? either way, I find it highly disturbing.

11/19/2011 10:52 AM  

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