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“If you blow the whistle,” Obama said, “you should be thanked.”

Posted on August 8th, 2014 at 11:46 by John Sinteur in category: News -- Write a comment


Obama said the department and administration have started reaching out to veterans who are on the wait lists to match them with care, have fired people and are investigating numerous allegations of misconduct.

Obama and members of Congress said one of the most important provisions of the bill is free: It allows McDonald free reign to fire people who are not doing their jobs or have engaged in unethical behavior.

If an employee does not meet standards of conduct, “You should be fired, period,” Obama said. Whistleblowers, Obama said, should be protected.

“If you blow the whistle,” Obama said, “you should be thanked. You should be protected for doing the right thing. You shouldn’t be ignored and you certainly shouldn’t be punished.”

“…Unless you blow the whistle on my or any of my pals. In that case, you’d better flee the country quick or my people will kill you or lock you in a cage for the rest of your life.”

  1. Politicians are fair weather friends, you can’t expect them to be consistent and they have to pander to the mass vote, ideally with meaningless slogans that are open to multiple interpretations.
    When Obama talks about whistle-blowers he doesn’t mean people alerting us to the miss-deeds of his own security services, oh no, that is treason.

  2. The man is an habitual liar. He’s never told the truth in his life.

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