Shock News Of Conspiratorial Data Tampering

I was listening to a Congressional hearing the other day, which had whistle blowers from the VA reporting on how management was tampering with the VA performance data for political purposes.

I simply don’t find it credible that US government employees would conspire to alter data for political purposes.

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10 Responses to Shock News Of Conspiratorial Data Tampering

  1. _Jim says:

    I simply don’t find it credible that US government employees would conspire to alter data for political purposes.

    Nor would they do it for money, or love.

    .

    /BIG sarc don’t ya know …

  2. B says:

    And they never faked the data that said people were obeying the 55mph NMSL either…. 😉

  3. Shazaam says:

    And given the fine example set by the laughingstock-in-chief, one would expect government employees to follow his example.

    {wishes it qualified for a sarc tag}

  4. inMAGICn says:

    Did you know that it is rumored that the US government spies on its own citizens?

    Obviously a canard and a lie.

  5. bkivey says:

    “I simply don’t find it credible that US government employees would conspire to alter data for political purposes.”

    “. . . driven, patriotic, idealistic Americans to public service that our citizens deserve and that our system of self-government demands.”

    Barack Obama 1 October 2013

    Dear Leader has said it, I believe it: that ends it.

  6. philjourdan says:

    Colorado Wellington would be proud of your sarcasm! Nicely done.

  7. David A says:

    “I simply don’t find it credible that US government employees would conspire to alter data for political purposes.”
    =========================
    Of course. Human nature stops at capitalist and conservatives. Liberals are generous and not interested in money or power.

  8. Jason Calley says:

    Alter the numbers?! Of course not. That is why we can believe the CPI figures and the low unemployment numbers.

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