It’s inspiring how serious our government is about protecting personal information.
In the March 15 column “Stalling to keep public in the dark,” we learned the National Archives and Records Administration refused to divulge Michelle Obama’s address when queried for information about the source of her expensive dresses. Repeatedly blacked out was “We live in constant fear of upsetting the WH (White House).” However, one instance of this sentence was not purged.
May our government smoke out, hunt down and dismiss the negligent employee responsible for releasing personal information: the First Lady’s home address.
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