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Threatening to eradicate an entire religion in his opening speech.
Watching emergency ponchos get handed out is an apt metaphor.
Senator Barrasso asks for Pruitt to outline his view of environmental issues. He focuses instead on what a hardline administrator he would be, saying, “The role of a regulator is to make things regular” adding, “I really believe that cooperative federalism, the rule of law” is key to leadership at the EPA.
In Pruitt’s opening statements he says that he dislikes the idea that “if you’re pro-energy you’re anti-environment...I wholey reject that narrative.”
Oh my freaking god, Republican Senator Lankford is mentioning baseball again. He is also very firmly referring to Pruitt as Scott, mentioning they’re friends who’ve prayed together. “If you run out of questions about the EPA...ask him about baseball.”
Protests erupting at Pruitt hearing, a woman is quickly ushered out.
Republican Senator Inhofe is giving us Pruitt’s bio, focusing on his sports history. SPORTS. Pruitt is modestly blushing as his baseball “thunder” is mentioned.
Pruitt just winked at someone on the panel, shortly after Carper told him he was the essentially the worst candidate ever presented for the job.
Over at Pruitt’s hearing, Senator Carper kicked things off with a prayer and a lecture about the importance of the EPA, reminding us that there was a time when there was no Clean Water nor Clean Air Act, and we were all choked with smog and poison. It’s also a primer for what a Trump administration is going to…
it’s on top of the Jeep
Do you! Everyone should get consensually laid the way they want.
It’s the only thing that makes me feel alive....
It’s safe to say this town has a racist name, but Mr Clements looks like he could have founded it:
If it’s by the pound, then not really.
The UPS driver did the right thing, but this woman is the hero in this story. I don’t think acknowledging that is wrong or snarky, but as always, everyone is free to disagree with me.
Just teasing ya.