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Nov 18, 2011


brad giordani

Covering up mistakes (misdeeds) made by federal agencies is right on target. FOIA's should only be allowed if the information is not secret/classified or private information on the public. GAO is the worst offender since they believe working for congress has its privliges, which Duh it does in triplicate. GAO will not even address fraud inside their own organization. Sen Coburn wants to keep GAO because they carry his water. GAO does what the members want. If not, why have a GAO when CBO and others can to the work faster and cheaper. Transparency is the key to America's survival and agencies like GAO that have little fear of being held to account will keep America in danger because job security and party loyality is more imporant than the truth.

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