Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Bush Administration Spent Over $1.6 Billion on Advertising and Public Relations Contracts Since 2003

Wow, that's alot of money to be spending on public relations, and that's only the half of it, the way I read it.

GAO’s accounting of the Bush Administration’s public relations and advertising contracts is limited. GAO surveyed only seven of the 15 cabinet-level departments, relied on self-reported information from the agencies, and did not include subcontracts, task orders on existing contracts, or public relations work done by government employees.

Does BushCo not have that much faith in there programs, to let them live on there own standing. Guess not, if he has to use propaganda.

Wonder what else he is funding that hasn't been publicized yet. All part of the most secretive administation in the history of the United States.

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