David Vitter (R-LA) has put together a list of 10 reasons why the government shutdown was not such a bad thing.
The roster mainly attacks the EPA and isolated incidents involving employees from the vast bureaucracy. Apparently he has time to make fun of environmentalists.
Wow. David Letterman you are not. Don’t quit your day job, sir.
On second thought, do quit your day job.
Perhaps the 800,000 furloughed workers will find your smug, anti- green, bizarre roster amusing. After all, they have time to read it.
Back to the list: There’s much hilarity in regards to former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson’s email alias. Oh, and furloughed workers usually means fracking and other dirty industries can chug along without anything to stop them.
Vitter is also seems amused at the spectacle of elderly military veterans being egged on by callous Congress members to storm closed memorials.
Seriously, just take time to laugh a minute.
You can read the entire list here, but below you can see a preview of the #1 spot:
1. Richard Windsor has been furloughed-for good!
“Richard Windsor,” the now infamous email alias for former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, has been touted by the Administration as an example of standard procedure for high level employees. As it would turn out, from 2009 to 2012, EPA awarded ethics certificates to the employee “Richard Windsor” who was also described as a top student in the Agency’s ethical-behavior class.