Skip to comments.Where Are the Rolling Heads from NOAA?
Posted on 04/24/2012 10:30:34 AM PDT by SumProVita
Scandals are shaking the Obama administration. Personnel with the highest of security clearances are being intimate, in the most basic definition of the word, with foreign nationals. Pillow talk, anyone? Other high-ranking officials cavort with clowns and psychics, all paid for on the government dime. Hot tub, anyone?
In the meantime, a human tragedy is occurring driven by a much more expensive if equally sordid scandal at NOAA that goes on under the radar of media attention. Steve Urbon of the New Bedford Standard-Times asks, "What about our scandal?"
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Check out th elinks in this article. This is a much bigger story...
first i heard of this
NOAA - Normally Out Advocating Assery.
“The government that is powerful enough to give you everything is powerful enough to take it all away.”
NOAA is one of the U.S.s seven uniformed services. Can she be court-martialed?
“Stand up, Chuck.”
Our House and Senate are essentially worthless institutions. And our Supreme Court is about to determine whether there’s a scintilla of credibility left in it. We indeed are headed into very rough times, even if we could have a conservative President for which those odds are essentially 0 anyway.
My wife and I are now grandparents. God knows what kind of country our grandaughter will grow up in.
My mom used to say, “To destroy is so easy. To build so hard.”
Wow, was she ever right.
In looking up Dr. Jane Lubchenco I discover yet another Obama administration leftist academic with no real world background in the realm she serves. I doubt she’s ever even held a fishing pole. But all jokes aside, she needs to cough up the $40,000,000. Likely, too, that her department’s behavior will cost some votes in Massachusetts.
That’s because authentic investigative JOURNALISM is practically dead these days.
My mom used to say, To destroy is so easy. To build so hard.
Wow, was she ever right.
Indeed she was!
So was Solzhenitsyn:
“Men have forgotten God; thats why all this has happened.” ... Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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