• Yes!

  • No!

40% 8 votes
60% 12 votes
  • As long as it doesn't hinder national security, why would they have reason to hide anything?

  • The government should answer to the people. I think it should be completely transparent unless it compromises national security. The secrecy of the NSA prior to Edward Snowden's leak is inexcusable.

  • The people deserve the right to know the truth

  • The government has secrets for a reason.

  • Not fully transparent, but a lot more than it is right now. If they were fully transparent then other countries could access those documents, it could screw us over. I do think that our government is not transparent enough, but it cannot be fully transparent

    Posted by: SNP1
  • No but yes but no but...

  • Most people don't have the understanding of how a simplistic life functions, but in any intricacies of multifaceted sensitive government dealings , their foil hats would blow off. I say Hell f*cking NO

  • It's not in the best interest of National Security.

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Muttl200 says2014-05-02T14:53:28.5556339-05:00
Our government not only needs to protect its secrets for national secrety reasons, but to also hide the secrets form the American people. An example is Project MKultra. Though, who's to say the gov. Is doing such wrong doings now and days?
madness says2014-05-02T23:07:58.9241269-05:00
That's what the media is for. TO BAD THE AMERICAN MEDIA IS CORRUOT THROUGH AND THROUGH!

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