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CommentsPerhaps it is Armendariz that should be crucified to make a point to other over-reaching department heads and administrators.
That should send THEM a "lesson", right?
Posted by Edward on 04/26 at 04:20 PM | #
Inhofe: EPA Apologized for “Crucify” Words Not Actions
Posted by EPW Blog on Apr 26, 2012 at 01:53 PM
While President Obama has photo ops in front of pipelines in Oklahoma, his EPA is working aggressively to 'crucify' oil and gas producers
Link to Video: Inhofe Responds to EPA Apology for Using the Word “Crucify” on Fox and Friends
Washington, D.C. - Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, today responded to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region VI Administrator Al Armendariz’s apology for his comments revealed in a 2010 video where he admits that EPA’s “general philosophy” is to “crucify” and “make examples” out of oil and gas companies. Senator Inhofe said today that Administrator Armendariz apologized for his words, but not for EPA’s actions.More...
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