January 05, 2006

It Didn't Take Long

In case you hadn't figured it out yet, the WV mine disaster? That was Bush's fault, too.

Political figures from both parties have long defended and profited from ties to the coal industry. Whether or not that was a factor in the Sago mine's history, the Bush administration's cramming of important posts in the Department of the Interior with biased operatives from the coal, oil and gas industry is not reassuring about general safety in the mines. Steven Griles, a mining lobbyist before being appointed deputy secretary of the interior, devoted four years to rolling back mine regulations and then went back to lobbying for the industry.

h/t: Michelle Malkin

UPDATE: Tom Bevan at RCP Blog rebuts (with facts)

Posted by: Gary at 10:33 AM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 I guess you haven't drank the Democrat Kool-Aid (which might be why you're an ex-donkey). But if you had, you'd realize that EVERYTHING bad is Bush' fault. Hurricanes, explosions, traffic, the hole in the ozone layer, migraine headaches, genital warts, you name it, it's all Bush's fault.

Posted by: reverse_vampyr at January 05, 2006 01:31 PM (Ns5kk)

2 As if you doubted it would come to this? Please, I'm surprsed Lindsey Lohan isn't blaming Bush for her bulimia and drug use.

Posted by: GroovyVic at January 05, 2006 05:08 PM (xdZOw)

3 I just knew it!

Posted by: Wordsmith at January 05, 2006 07:39 PM (nrGCx)

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