The most transparent administration ever (well… since 2009)

Posted on July 8, 2010


The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission was created by Congress and given an $8 million (tax payer’s money) to figure out what caused the 2008 financial collapse.  Since the FCIC was created it has refused to answer any questions regarding who’s on the commission and what they are being paid.  Turns out they have refused to answer those questions because anyone who gave the answer a moment’s thought would see some serious conflicts of interest.  Turns out the Wolves are watching the hen house.