Skip to comments.Sen. Michael Bennet's not so secret adviser on the environment ( Susan Daggett )
Posted on 03/12/2010 12:37:10 PM PST by george76
the Senator's not so secret advisor on environmental law happens to be his wife: Susan Daggett.
Susan Daggett...has worked for the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund ... a commissioner of the Denver Water Board.
In 1998 Susan Daggett, an attorney with Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund ...
Susan Daggett returned to Washington to work for the Natural Resources Defense Council. She later was the managing attorney with Earth Justice Legal Defense Fund...
(Excerpt) Read more at squarestate.net ...
To: President of the United States and the United Nations
We the undersigned ask President Obama to sign an Executive Order recognizing people displaced by Climate Change as Environmental Refugees and grant these Environmental Refugees asylum in the United States as permitted by Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America.
We also ask United Nations Secretary General to call a special session of the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees to change the legal status of people displaced by Climate Change from ‘Migrants’ to ‘Refugees’ so that these displaced Refugees may seek asylum in other countries around the world.
This gal is a dyed-in-the-wool honest-to-goodness nutjob enviro nazi. It would be hard for sane people to even make stuff like that up. LOL!
Was Susan Daggett part of the reason that Ritter selected Bennett ?
Bennett looks like an easy loss at their primary ?
The hierarchy of Democrats in CO and the links are breathtaking. Bennett had support from both the Denver unions and the school unions. It truly is an unholy alliance. But yes, Susan Daggett would have to be included in that mix. IF ANY Republican plans on being successful as governor, the first thing he or she will have to do is get rid of the leftist Democrats in every department. They undermined Owens and they will destroy any Republican elected unless these people are replaced.
Bennett was chief of staff to mayor of Denver, Colo., 2003-2005; superintendent, Denver Public Schools 2005-2009
Susan Daggett is an independent environmental consultant who currently sits on the Denver Water Board. In the past, she has worked with conservation groups to address the impact associated with oil and gas development in the Mountain West. Prior to her consulting work, Susan Daggett was the lead attorney for the Denver office of Earthjustice, a non-profit public interest law firm, (formerly the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund) where she represented nonprofit environmental groups in litigation under the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act and a variety of other environmental statutes. Ms. Daggett has more than 13 years of experience serving as an attorney for various organizations, including the Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Council. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees and as Policy Committee Chair for The Nature Conservancy of Colorado and is also a member of Greenprint Denver, an initiative of the Denver Mayor’s Office to promote the importance of sustainable development and ecologically-friendly practices.
That sure is a list.
George, you have no idea. The internal corruption is so deep that I doubt few people would believe it or accept it.
NO conspiracy, but research the fraternity all these guys were in at CU, starting before the Jon Bene Ramsey death.
Colorado Democrats are tied together like nothing else. Casually researching various associations kind of brings it all together if one is willing to realize the associations
Sorry, I should just shut up.
What frat were they at ?
Makes sense...even with Ramsey.
This stuff should get out.
I learned that from a student who went to school with numerous of these guys. Also from a friend who was in the same fraternity in KS.
Actually, I should not have said anything because I have never spent the time to research it for its validity. Sorry for spreading an unfounded rumor. I should not have done that.
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