And Speaking of Joe the Plumber  

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The taxpayers of Ohio could pay a hefty sum for snooping into the background of Joe Wurzelbacher. When Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Director Helen Jones-Kelley used public computers to access the background of Joe Wurzelbacher when Wurzelbacher challenged now President-elect Obama about higher tax rates at an afternoon stop in Joe's Toledo neighborhood.
The legislation before Ohio lawmakers is requiring each check of an individual's private records to be logged. Opponents of the bill say that millions of records are legitimately accessed every day and that it would cost about $100 million to create that system.

Ms. Jones-Kelly brought this on her state. Indirectly the Democrat party brought this on Ohio. Perhaps they should pay the price instead of Ohio taxpayers. And just who is opposing this transparency? That's right: the party of President Government.


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