Passport to Deceit

Somebody at the State Dept has been snooping into Obama's passport record. Tsk, tsk.

Obama's spokesman says:
"This is an outrageous breach of security and privacy, even from an administration that has shown little regard for either over the last eight years," Burton said. "Our government's duty is to protect the private information of the American people, not use it for political purposes."
Now the State Dept has never been an out-post of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy, even after 7 years of the Bush Administration (That is right Obama spokesman guy, it has been 7 not 8 years. Do the math). So, the odds are better than even that these people might not vote Republican.

To make this even more interesting, Hillary's spokeswoman said:
"It's outrageous and the Bush administration has to get to the bottom of it."
Isn't that rich. If I learned one thing from the Clinton Presidency, it is that if they accused the Republicans of doing something untoward, you could be damn sure it something they were doing themselves. Classic misdirection....

And if Hillary is *really* concerned about this 'outrageous' breach of privacy, I guess she must have actually learned something from when her husband's Administration illegally gathered all those FBI files of former Bush White House staffers.

Or, given the odds noted above, perhaps not.....

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