Keeping the boot on the neck of bad government

File this one for the good good guys.  Senator David Vitter, a Louisiana Republican, has put a hold on the pay raise of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar until he allows he allows more oil and gas exploration in the Gulf of Mexico.

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“Every day, Interior’s policies are costing more Gulf energy workers their jobs. But the Interior secretary needs a raise? That’s ridiculous – it’s offensive,”

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Mr. Vitter said in a statement to The Washington Times. “I’ll do everything I can to block his raise until Gulf energy workers are at least where they were in terms of work and job security pre-BP. I really want to see new deepwater exploratory permits being issued at pre-BP levels over a three-month period.”

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Bad Guys Wear Black Hats

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The man in the black hat has only issued one new deepwater exploratory drilling permit since Obama’s job killing moratorium was lifted in October of 2010.  This is causing the oil rigs to move out of the Gulf of Mexico, and taking with them thousands of jobs.  The Interior Department has been over-regulating the industry into stagnation, and its being done deliberately.  It’s costing jobs and draining the economy.

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The Obama administration is preventing job creation and raising the price of oil by preventing drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.  Bravo to Senator Vitter in using creative methods to spread the pain back to the people causing it.  Obama once said he wants to spread the wealth around, then why not spread the pain right back to the administration that’s causing job losses.  Let them feel our pain.

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The Interior Department, like the EPA are destroying jobs, is making our economy sick.  Obama is using European socialism policies like leeches to promote Green Energy which doesn’t exist.

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What’s For Breakfast?

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EggaMc’Kini

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2 Responses to “Keeping the boot on the neck of bad government”

  1. Drew Says:

    Heh, that’s pretty funny. I guess he needed the raise to keep up with rising fuel costs.

  2. Tren Says:

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