The Top 10 Obama Administration Investigation Targets

The Top 10 Obama Administration Investigation
Targets

January 17th, 2011

Human Events

Rep. Darrell Issa (R.-Calif.), the new chairman of the House Oversight and
Government Reform Committee, has signaled he will conduct numerous oversight
investigations of the Obama Administration. Here are the Top 10 areas ripe for
investigation for Issa and other congressional Republicans:
(1) ObamaCare: Any
measure that restructures one-sixth of the U.S. economy bears scrutiny
particularly when passage of the bill required legislative bribes such as the
Louisiana Purchase
and Cornhusker
Kickback
. To paraphrase Nancy Pelosi, now that ObamaCare has passed, let’s
see exactly what is in it — and how it got there.
(2) Stimulus: The American people deserve to know what they
got for the $787 billion stimulus package that Obama signed in February 2009,
including how much money was spent frivolously to publicize the legislation. And
where exactly are all those jobs that the administration claims were “created or
saved?”
(3) Freddie and Fannie: Previous attempts by congressional
Democrats to get to the bottom of the 2008 financial meltdown conveniently
overlooked the role of Fannie Mae and
Freddie Mac. How much of the housing crisis was due to financial donations going
to Democratic officials, who overlooked financial transgressions at the agencies
so long as mortgages flowed to unworthy credit risks?
(4) Wikileaks: Someone in
the administration needs to explain how the lowly serviceman who served
up secret documents to Wikileaks
could have access to such a large amount of
classified material. And were any actions taken to shut down Julian Assange in
the months after the initial disclosures and before the embarrassing leak of
State Department cables?
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