"Two inspector generals appointed by President Obama have now called on the Justice Department to investigate Secretary Clintonâ€™s mishandling of classified email. If Secretary Clinton truly has nothing to hide, she can prove it by immediately turning over her server to the proper authorities and allowing them to examine the complete record."
If only American workers were forking over bigger portions of their paychecks to the federal government. And if only there were more bureaucrats in Washington. Then the federal government could finally do its job, and do it right.
When Secretary Clinton claims that everything she did was permitted, not only is she effectively blaming President Obama for allowing official government records to disappear, she is also contradicting the policies of her own State Department.
“I want the public to see my email,” she said. That isn’t true.
“I opted for convenience to use my personal email account … because I thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal emails instead of two,” she said. That isn’t true.
As scandals and crises engulfed the Obama administration last summer, outside observers began to openly wonder if the president and his team are up to the task of managing the government. A year later, it still looks that way: