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White House Shrugs off "Crucify Them" Comments

Jeffrey249 Wrote: Apr 29, 2012 8:00 AM
I don't espouse total crucifixion, but nailing one of Al Armendariz' hands to a recycled tree (that's a board, to us commoners, and let's use just one 16 penny nail, which now retail for $1.59)), might not change his fascist philosophy, but might wipe that 'all-this-power-for-my-soul-and-a-few-bjs' smirk off his harvard mouth....

The outrage continues to grow over the revelation by EPA Region VI Administrator Al Armendariz that the "general philosophy" of the EPA regarding regulations of oil and gas producers is to "crucify them."  Armendariz says the EPA believes in singling out an individual oil company, punish it "as hard as you can," and make an example of it to scare others into submission. 

It's an intimidation tactic the he borrowed from the ancient Romans:

"The Romans used to conquer little villages in the Mediterranean.  They'd go into a little Turkish town somewhere, they'd find the first five guys they saw,...

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