That's a clever title and it comes our way via this Washington Examiner piece by Timothy P. Carney:
“Democracy requires accountability, and accountability requires transparency.” If President Obama still believes those words from his first week in office, then he clearly values some things more than democracy.
Obama invoked executive privilege on Wednesday in refusing to turn over documents related to his Justice Department’s notorious Operation Fast and Furious, which deliberately put assault weapons in the hands of Mexican drug cartels as part of a sting, and then negligently lost track of hundreds of them. A Border Patrol agent was killed in 2010, apparently by one of these guns.
Republicans in Congress have tried to investigate this program, but the administration has repeatedly stonewalled them. On Wednesday, as the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee prepared for a vote to hold Eric Holder in contempt of Congress for refusing to hand over some documents, the White House announced it would protect the attorney general from scrutiny.
Executive privilege, affirmed by the Supreme Court in U.S. v. Nixon, is historically limited to the president’s own discussions. Obama is now extending it to his attorney general. Expanding executive secrecy contravenes Obama’s promises on transparency, but it’s not the first time the president has betrayed his high-minded rhetoric.
There's more and it's simply more evidence that this man is not who we were told he is and that in fact he is a fraud, in every sense of the word.