Mar 12, 2006

"Quotes Of The Week..."

"Ms. Norton said she now is setting her sights on 'the private sector.' Unfortunately, her record suggests she has been working for private special interests all along." NRDC land program director Sharon Buccino
"If I had a choice and Bush were running today against (Democratic President) Bill Clinton, I'd vote for Bill Clinton." - Bruce Bartlett, a former Reagan administration Treasury Department official and author of "Impostor: How George Bush Bankrupted America and Betrayed the Reagan Legacy."


Blogger Jackie said...

Wasn't there a cartoon with Norton?
Well anyway Abramoff strikes again. Timing is everything and she should have gone out long before this to save face. Look everyone leaving the Bush house is headliners the next day with the real reason.

1:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well,duh! why am i not surprised???

1:47 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

And she was in favor of drilling in the Artic, she was an enemy of the environment.
Another of the Bush vermin to jump ship, she will not be missed!

2:23 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...

A little too late for those kinds of sentiments Bartlett you putz.

3:59 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Not surprised by the quote of wanting Clinton back in office. And how long has Bubba been out? 5 years? I found it amazing that Bush talked about Clinton especially the scandal with Monica and Bubba. But, when we had the Tsunami, Katrina and Rita, who did Bush called? And it wasn't ghostbusters! Bubba! Bubba, Bubba, Bubba! Can't rid of him! The man that shagged the intern has now become the man that people want back as President

4:14 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

A perfect example of incompentence. In 2002,White House assigned Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to secure the chemical plants in any event of a terrorist attack on the chemical facility. This could have endangered million of people. Here is what happen at a meeting. From the Time magazine, here is an excerpt:

"At that meeting, though, officials were surprised to see a new face--Philip Perry. As the top lawyer for the White House's Office of Management and Budget, Perry helped oversee Administration regulatory initiatives. According to Bob Bostock, then homeland-security adviser at the EPA, Perry, who hadn't attended any of the prior meetings, declared the proposal dead in a matter of minutes. "Perry said that any federal legislation to deal with this issue would be dead on arrival on the Hill," recalls Bostock, "and that the chemical industry was taking voluntary steps that were sufficient." Perry, who is married to Vice President Dick Cheney's daughter Liz, was merely relaying a Justice Department decision that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), not the EPA, should handle the job, a spokesman says.",10987,1167765,00.html

All in the family. Cheney has a family member working for the White House who never attending any of the meeting about EPA. and to assign Homeland Security to protect the chemical plants? What is Perry thinking?

7:47 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Another "Clean Skies" appointee! If
you say it's one thing, it is surely the opposite. The American
public pays so little attention to
what is going on, that call it something that sounds good, even if
it's the opposite, and no one will
pay attention.

Perhaps with the Dubai debacle more
ordinary folks will start to pay attention to the decimation of our
natural and evironmental treasures.
I've belonged to the NRDC for some time. Their newsletter brings issues right into your home instead
of blowing smoke into the air.

8:18 AM  
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