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Al Armendariz is being Crucified for Obama's Sins

aknowles Wrote: May 01, 2012 12:23 PM
I was one who wanted to see Gov. Richardson run for the presidency. Your praise of him reflexes well on his administration. However, what has he do to with the idiot Armendariz? I do know Roman history and he spoke the truth but only part of it. The crucifixion of the important people lasted a while but the conquered people regained their courage eventually, the yoke was overthrown. I can of a few more idiots who should resigned, Lisa Jackson, Stephen Chu and last Attorney General Holder.
Joanne125 Wrote: May 01, 2012 9:18 PM
I don't think his resignation has too much meaning .. Their are a tub full of obamalike thinkers to take his place .. we need to get rid of Obama his czars and all the rest of his administration .. to do that we need to VOTE in November .. Don't sit on your hands Folks VOTE ..
Back to the Constitution and a smaller Government .."We the People" have got to put this goverment on a DIET ( just ask michelle) It's her Idea to get rid of obesity ..
Grandfather Wrote: May 01, 2012 1:46 PM
Did you even read the article?
aknowles Wrote: May 01, 2012 4:38 PM
Read it twice and commented twice.
shawn209 Wrote: May 01, 2012 1:27 PM
She's not praising Richardson. She's using him as a bad example.
aknowles Wrote: May 01, 2012 4:40 PM
And if you believe the article, don't hold you breath for recovery.
Frequent readers of my column might be surprised to see that I am defending Al Armendariz, the newly resigned EPA Administrator of Region 6. In his recently revealed “crucify” comments, Armendariz was merely reflecting the view from the top—though the exact word choices may have been his own. Yet, Al, alone, is taking the fall. He resigned on April 30 and his resignation was immediately accepted by EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson.
 
Yes, the above is my opinion. No, I do not have any special insight into the agency. What I do have is perspective and personal experience with similar top...