Good evening, it has come to my attention that a bill surrounding a very controversial topic in the Firestone community has come before me. The bill has passed both the house, and the senate, and now it’s my decision whether to sign it into law or to veto it. I would like to collect thoughts and opinions on the matter prior to making my decision.
Should the Congressional Government Oversight Committee have the ability to classify?
Yes, they should have the ability to classify.
No, they should not have the ability to classify.
Governor of the State of Firestone
No, they should not receive classification powers. No agreement has been made on propeer oversight for the committee and classification is a whole different ball game. CGOC having classification powers is essentially allowing them to retain classified information without no oversight. Also, with low approval ratings, why should we even consider giving them classification powers.
Not only is this meant to be swayed against us, but the Governor intentionally does not want us hidden from him. He wants us to be able to tell him what he wants on anything he wants. If we don’t get classification powers, we can’t do our jobs and we have yet to prove at ALL that we are incapable of doing our jobs.