Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Another day - another scandal

EPA waives fee requests for friendly groups, denies conservative groups
Conservative groups seeking information from the Environmental Protection Agency have been routinely hindered by fees normally waived for media and watchdog groups, while fees for more than 90 percent of requests from green groups were waived, according to requests reviewed by the Conservative Enterprise Institute.
This is as clear an example of disparate treatment as the IRS’ hurdles selectively imposed upon groups with names ominously reflecting an interest in, say, a less intrusive or biased federal government,” said CEI fellow Chris Horner

1 comment:

  1. If I go in a store and the employees are rude and dismissive, I blame the manager. I don't think the owner is unlucky to have bad employees. The bad behavior is being permitted.
    BO has repeatedly and publicly castigated those Americans with whom he disagrees. So it is no wonder that agencies see enemies, not citizens.
    The question remains, is this the kind of society we want to live in? People have to decide if they want this kind of partisanship, do we want to be fractured into competing groups, or unified for the good of all.
    BO has a lot of blame on his plate, but a lot of people have allowed it.


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