Skip to comments.A Brief History Of Secretary Salazarís Failures At Interior
Posted on 01/23/2013 5:12:18 PM PST by george76
With the imminent return of Ken Salazar to Colorado, and talk of his future political aspirations bubbling up in the papers, we thought it a good time to recount a brief history of Secretary Salazars failures at the Interior Department.
First and foremost amongst Salazars fiascos is the BP oil spill. The Deepwater Horizons disaster is firmly etched in the American conscience as an example of bumbling incompetence and haphazard, if not non-existent, leadership. Salazar mucked up his role so badly that unnamed White House sources spanked him publicly in The Washington Post as an erratic spokesman who was pulled from public view during the crisis.
2. Wild Lands: Only two days before Christmas 2011, Salazar announced an end-run around Congress, declaring himself emperor of American lands with a decree that the BLM, and not Congress, would decide which public land was wild lands and thus cut off from energy exploration or tourist use.
Congress returned the favor by cutting off funding for the program, forcing the Obama administration to backpedal and back off the initiative.
3. Ill punch you out:
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Please, please keep him in DC, we don’t want him back!
Bill Clinton even took a shot at Salazar, saying there are ridiculous delays in permitting when our economy doesnt need it.
The vast majority of Colorado politicians have to go to an IQ lottery each year where they bid for the two or three available IQ points in the dim-bulb-crat brain pool.
Beware...Gov Hick-and Loopy is being prepped for something higher.
And this man makes Biden look smart.
Please, please keep him in DC, we dont want him back!
This Coloradan seconds that, and herewith offers to chip in $10 to buy that filthy leftist extremist a one-way ticket to Havana, Beijing, or Pyongyang.
He had a great success when he ordered the Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm to close down so they could restrict access to more areas as per the U.N.s Agenda 21- Wildlands Project.
Betcha he stays on in Washington. If not, he’ll join a politically connected law firm in Denver to, you guessed it, lobby government.
Hope you're good George.
So, it's Howdy Doody time?