Thursday, April 26, 2012

EPA big shot glories in viewing enforcing as crucifixion; UPDATE YouTube pulls video

I had a wild day today so I'm just now getting around to posting the video discovered yesterday by Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) of EPA Region VI Administrator Al Armendariz graphically laying out the White House war on fossil fuels.

From Heritage Foundation's Foundary Blog:
EPA's "philosophy of enforcement," said EPA’s Region VI Administrator Al Armendariz, is "kind of like how the Romans used to conquer little villages in the Mediterranean: they'd go into little Turkish towns somewhere, they'd find the first five guys they'd run into, and they’d crucify them."

"That town was really easy to manage for the next few years," Armendariz added.
The price of gasoline has more than doubled since Obama became president.

Had enough? Vote for Mitt Romney this fall.

UPDATE April 27: The Quinton Report tells us that YouTube has pulled the 'crucifixion' video over what I believe is a spurious copyright claim by a guy named David McFatridge.

2nd UPDATE: Quinton Report now asks: Who is David McFatridge and why did he pull the EPA Roman crucifixion video?

But here's a Fox News story about Armendariz' 'crucifixion' wish, which adds a lot of context to this story, thanks to the always brilliant Charles Krauthammer. And thanks to Fausta's Blog, I found another copy of  the Armendariz clip, as you will see above.

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