An Agenda Of Crucifixion
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I'm a firm believer and defender of the First Amendment's right to free speech because that may just allow access to the window of an individual's, or administration's, soul. Yesterday I wrote about "If You Want America To Fail..." and it dealt primarily with what to attack, how to attack and where to attack. I will include that video at the link found at the end of this Hub because it is again relevant to the subject at hand. The wonder of video is upon us where what people say when they may think they aren't being caught on tape. I use videos quite often of things Obama has promised or stated regarding his administration. We now have enough "on record" when before he was elected he had "no record." This has to article is about EPA crucifixion.
Go back to the beginning of this administration and Obama's attempt at enacting a Cap & Tax law which failed to pass even though he had both houses of Congress under his belt. Congress failed to pass what "The Anointed One" wanted so he appointed the EPA to become his hatchet man. So along comes a top EPA administrator by the name of Al Almendariz explaining his philosophy of regulatory enforcement which involves crucifying oil and gas companies. Those commodities seem rather vital to the day-to-day running of our nation and crucifixion seems a bit extreme, something comes to mind about cruel and unusual punishment. The original video on You Tube has been removed by a copy right infringement claim by a David McFatridge so this one will have to suffice. It seems David must not be proud of his footage.
How To Bully People...
Here is the clear version of just what this far left environmentalist. sitting now in a position of power in the EPA, had to say that day:
"I was in a meeting once, and I gave an analogy to my staff about my philosophy of enforcement, and I think it was probably a little crude and maybe not appropriate for the meeting, but I'll go ahead and tell you what I said, and then he on to add:
“It was kind of like how the Romans used to, you know, conquer villages in the Mediterranean. They’d go in to a little Turkish town somewhere, they’d find the first five guys they saw and they’d crucify them.
The real zinger was when he went on further to add:
“Then, you know, that town was really easy to manage for the next few years.”
The oil and gas companies pay executives good money to manage themselves and sure don't need EPA administrators with a sadistic bent to do their jobs for them. If memory serves me right the Gestapo operated along similar tactics to control what they needed to control in order to seize and maintain power. What in the world is our nation coming to when we have a bureaucracy as powerful as the EPA running around advocating crucifixion, especially pertaining to companies that mine "the people's" resources? They belong to "We, the People..." and not the federal government. Our national resources belong to us despite the fact that Obama desires you to believe otherwise.
Maybe Al Advocates Taking Everyone's First Born To Exercise An Agenda?
Shortly after advocating the "Roman Way" philosophy of the EPA the smear campaign was on against the natural gas industry. So they selected their "five guys" and off they went. How you go about smearing anyone is based upon usually making unsubstantiated allegations which the EPA is becoming famous for. The EPA began its crucifixion campaign about the process known as fracking.
Here's the way Senator Jim Inhofe from Oklahoma, who is looking into this matter now, put it:
"Not long after Administrator Armendariz made these comments in 2010, EPA targeted US natural gas producers in Pennsylvania, Texas and Wyoming. In all three of these cases, EPA initially made headline-grabbing statements either insinuating or proclaiming outright that the use of hydraulic fracturing by American energy producers was the cause of water contamination, but in each case their comments were premature at best -- and despite their most valiant efforts, they have been unable to find any sound scientific evidence to make this link."
Walt Kelly Had It Right
There was a case here in Texas, where I happen to live, where Mendariz tried to nail Texas Resources to the cross about fracking contending that the process was contaminating the drinking water supply. So the Texas Land And Railroad Commission stepped up to look into whether that was true or not. What they found is what anyone should have expected them to find - nothing. They found no scientific evidence to support Al's crucifixion. The reason they found no scientific evidence is because there is none. This is akin to global warming and that hoax.
Well, when this video hit the circuit Al became quite contrite as far left loons are known to do when caught with their hand in the proverbial cookie jar. Here's his apology for his "poor choice of words:"
"It was an offensive and inaccurate way to portray our efforts to address potential violations of our nation's environmental laws. I am and have always been committed to fair and vigorous enforcement of those laws."
That's all well and good Al but let me point something out to you. It's fine that you apologized for having been caught on tape. But what you said back then gives the public a good look at the soul of this administration, Obama and people like you.
Me? I would have fired you immediately as I would have many others caught with their hands in the cookie jar during this scandal ridden administration.
As for the American public they need to start seriously asking themselves if they are ready for those skyrocketing electricity rates Obama "promised" us. Or those $8 - $9 dollar a gallon gas prices that Secretary of The Energy Chu has stated is this administration's objective? Just vote for Obama again and see what he meant by "I'll have more flexibility after this next election." Yes, he did say that to the President of Russia, one of our adversaries. He was caught on tape too.
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