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Monday, April 5, 2010

Chris Horner: Obama’s Aggravated Buggery



Chris Horner, Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, wrote yesterday on "Planet Gore," one of the Blogs on National Review Online accusing the Obama administration of being more concerned with the lives of bugs than with the lives of people - especially poor people.

Here's a clip from the piece:

Remember the Obama administration’s refusal to release water to California farmers, leaving them suffering in the name of a fish (only to agree to a deal releasing some water after two members of Congress agreed to support his health-care takeover)? Bear that cold-blooded ideological putsch in mind when you consider his effort to shut down what are the best-paying jobs in certain areas, devastate communities dependent on mountaintop coal, and of course put us all at risk by recklessly foreclosing 10 percent of the U.S. coal supply. Because the war on Appalachia is in the name of a bug. No one could possibly be that heartless, right? So I can only guess that any excuse will do when seeking to impose a "fundamental transformation." Life absurdly, even cruelly, imitating art.

To read the entire piece click below.

Obama’s Aggravated Buggery - Chris Horner - Planet Gore on National Review Online


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