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Saw this on a story at ABC News this morning:
The White House has barred some top advisers and staffers from answering Senate investigators' questions about the administration's response, saying that certain discussions and documents must remain confidential.
Am I the only one saying, "What the heck" at this? A disaster response is confidential? Scott made the comment that maybe the thinking was that if a terrorist knew how we responded to disaster they can use it against us... but like him, I think this is just the administration covering their rears.