Skip to comments.Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain
Posted on 05/08/2012 2:11:13 PM PDT by Michael Tergent
Last week due to recently revealed comments that were made in May of 2010, EPA Region 6 administrator Al Armendariz was forced to step down. He had tried apologizing, and the White House spokesman said that it was not an indication of how the White House views regulation of the oil and gas industries. Every outlet in the media is referring to the comments as harsh, over the top, and unacceptable. What he said is not the most important issue, it is where and when he said it. If these views are not the same as President Obamas, why is he only now being forced to resign?
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You list the Daily Caller as the source but the link goes to your
Wordpress blog. You failed to mention that YOU are the “author”
listed at the blog. So what caused you to excerpt your own blog?
After lying about the source?
Looking for a few hits, were you?
That mess don’t fly, homey.
The reason he could say what he said to a meeting of EPA staffers, and nobody raised an eyebrow, it that Newt was right, the EPA is made up of self-selecting radical evnironmental extremists. It needs to be completely abolished and replaced with a completely different set of individuals with a completely different mission and mindset.
He has never had a philosophy. He is a tool. I believe he has one that would destructively manifest in a second term however.
Oh Gawd, not another. Yours is a full-time job, Gunny.
But outright deception is suspicious. If you're going to post on FR, then post because you want fellow conservatives to learn something, not because you're looking for web traffic.
I think it's fine to post from one's own blog at FR. Just post the entire piece. Give yourself credit to be sure, but don't excerpt it. If your idea is worth reading, some FReepers may decide to visit your blog and provide you some traffic.
But, really, lying about it?
Still new to this, duly noted.