Friday, December 4, 2009

White House Invokes Separation of Powers to Keep Desiree Rogers From Testifying About 'Party Crashers'

With Michaele and Tareq Salahi not testifying, and the White House invoking Separation of Powers to prevent Desiree Rogers (Obama’s social secretary) from testifying, it will be extremely difficult for congress to figure out what happened or what when wrong. What happened to the 'most open and transparent administration'?

"The White House on Wednesday invoked the separation of powers to keep Desiree Rogers, President Obama’s social secretary, from testifying on Capitol Hill about how a couple of aspiring reality television show celebrities crashed a state dinner for the prime minister of India last week.

And the couple will not testify, either, according to a statement released late Wednesday by a public relations firm.

If you have not been keeping up with this story; Michaele and Tareq Salahi, the couple that breached White House security, that the Secret Service still does not know how, who met with Obama, have their picture on the White House Flickr account, and wanted to be paid to tell the story of how, said they were invited when they spoke out for the first time, which Gibbs flatly refuted, released there emails indicating that they may have legitimately believed they were invited but did not have a ticket.

A humors aside; they were Undocumented Party Guest, not Party Crashers.

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