Is Obama Avoiding Awkward Questions About The NDAA?
Jan 2012 24

Is Obama Avoiding Awkward Questions About The NDAA?

Posted In Activism,Blog,Geek,Internuts,Politics

by David Seaman

The White House is asking YOU to submit questions (and vote on other people’s) for a special online “hangout” that Barack Obama’s doing in association with YouTube and G+ to coincide with the State of the Union address. He’ll be answering several of the “top voted” questions during a dedicated YouTube broadcast on January 30th, and a lucky few who submitted will be invited to hang with the Prez live on G+.

Please head over to youtube.com/whitehouse and post a question about the NDAA over there. Unfortunately, it appears they are deleting these NDAA comments — almost unbelievable. When this videocast was recorded, there were 13,913 questions asking about NDAA. As of 4:16 PM ET today, however, that number has been thinned to only 1,156 questions. Land of the free…


**UPDATE: January 25, 2012 – 8.34 PM PST**

Yet more questions for Obama regarding the #NDAA are being removed from the submissions system – this, despite the fact they’re getting overwhelmingly positive feedback from the page’s visitors (see screen grab below).

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David Seaman is an independent journalist. He has been a lively guest on CNN Headline News, FOX News, ABC News Digital, among others, and on his humble YouTube channel, DavidSeamanOnline. Some say he was recently censored by a certain large media corporation for posting a little too much truth… For more, find him on G+ and Twitter.

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