Skip to comments.Allen West: So many government agencies ‘stuck on stupid’
Posted on 08/12/2012 9:46:05 AM PDT by cap10mike
When U.S. Rep. Allen West visited GelTech Solutions in Jupiter last week, he expressed both enthusiasm for its next-generation products and frustration with the governments tendency to hinder small businesses growth.
In an exclusive interview, West said so many government agencies are stuck on stupid, continuing their old ways instead of embracing new, less expensive technology. Such archaic thinking, he said, ends up costing the American taxpayer more money.
GelTech Solutions, a small, publicly traded company based in Jupiter, is growing at a time when many other businesses are struggling in a crippling economic downturn.
Though it is just one of a number of environmentally friendly products the company manufactures, FireIce is its main attraction, garnering attention from the likes of West and Fox News John Stossel.
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Surely the Dept. of Interior Office of Managing Risk and Public Safety Underwater Inspection and SCUBA Standards Program serves a valuable and absolutely vital function for the American People?
Well when you have dims, thugs, crooks, morons and oh yeah, a community organizer that is supposed to be "the smartest guy ever to infest the oval office" (but he refuses to release his transcripts) dictating policies that are designed to destroy this Country, the only thing you can get is STUPID!
When I visited Wash DC in April, I saw a lot of guys in 1000 dollar suits and women in 400 dollar dresses / 200 dollar shoes.
But nobody seemed very stressed...
Hahahahaha! I’ve never heard anyone speak “governmentese” so fluently!
Amen! You said a mouthful!
Really? Damn, all that shopping would have stressed the hell out of me!
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