Skip to comments.EPA boss who wanted to crucify them has resigned
Posted on 05/01/2012 10:56:36 AM PDT by Mark Landsbaum
Remember the EPA regional boss who revealed his motivation as government regulator? Hes the one who said:
my philosophy of enforcement kind of like how the Romans used to conquer villages in the Mediterranean. Theyd go in to a little Turkish town somewhere, theyd find the first five guys they saw and theyd crucify them. Then, you know, that town was really easy to manage for the next few years. Its a deterrent factor.
First he apologized. Then he said that doesnt really reflect his approach in his job. Then we asked if he shouldnt lose his job.
And now, hes resigned his job...
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I hadn’t seen the “crucify them” remark in full context like this.
This guy should never be put in charge of anything again, if that’s his attitude.
“This guy should never be put in charge of anything again, if thats his attitude.”
I doubt it was his attitude that got him fired. The current administration doubtless finds his attitude commmendable.
It was for making it public that likely got him fired.
He’ll re-emerge in another position of power, as did Van Jones.
1 down, 4,500 to go.
Pray for America
This admin is a career factory (sorta like Oprah) in that they get radicals to say and do things they desire. Then, if/when they are called out for being radical, they get fired so the admin appears to be closer to the middle. The radicals move on (or back) to their communisty organizing with more name-recognition and ‘credibility’ to further the communisty agenda.
I, for one, will not be satisfied until the baffoon that appointed him to this position is forced to resign.
WOOOHOOOO! DEPOPULATE socialists/totalitarians from the body politic. C’mon November!
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