I shared the same concern regarding the disclosure of IRS Commissioner Shulman’s visits to the White House. But they were quickly assuaged when I looked at the actual data, which can be downloaded here. The correspondence from your reader on your updated post seems absolutely correct – looks like many (if not most) were about health care. I engaged in a cursory review of the first 20 or so Shulman entiries, and virtually all were with individuals involved with the health care reform proposal. In particular, the contact for most of the initial meetings was Nancy-Ann Deparle, the Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy, who was at the center of shaping health care reform. One entry specifically notes that it was for the “bi-weekly health reform deputies meeting.”
Explain This, Mr Carlson « The Dish
Read more: Shulman had more White House visits than any Cabinet member | The Daily CallerThe visitor logs do not give a complete picture of White House access. Some high-level officials get cleared for access and do not have to sign in during visits. A Washington Post database of visitor log records cautions, “The log may include some scheduled visits that did not take place and exclude visits by members of Congress, top officials and others who are not required to sign in at security gates.”
also the Daily Caller article gave this link that also explains not all visits are to the actual WH
White House Visitor Log - The Washington PostThe Obama administration each month releases a log of people who pass through the White House security system, which also includes visits to the vice president's residence and two executive office buildings.
the article you linked is the misleading one not the Daily Caller
still waiting for your explanation if he was there for Obama care reasons then why he was there 3 times more then Kathleen Sebelus Health and Human Services Secretary who is in charge of implementing Obama care?
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