"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Thursday, July 16, 2009


OK, let's quickly recap. In 2003, Danny Williams-Government pledged:

"A Progressive Conservative government will ... release to the public every government-commissioned report within 30 days of receiving it, indicate the action government will take on a report's recommendations within 60 days, and ensure prompt public access to all government reports in hard copy and on the Internet..."
The talented Ms. Elizabeth Matthews has assured everyone that the "30 days" policy is still in effect — even though that implies, falsely, that it was ever in effect to begin with.

Which brings us to today's announcement that Corrosion Study of Drinking Water Shows Good Results. Hooray! Such positive news!

The following graphic is a screen cap of the transmission slip on the PDF version of that study. The "Re-issue" (?) of the Final Report is dated June 3rd, 2009. The Final Report itself is dated May 28th.

Today is July 16th. That's 43 days after June 3rd.

Someone ought to do a study into the ethically corrosive effects of secrecy in Danny Williams-Government.



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