Employees at the EPA have reportedly been working the phones in order to convince the Senate to stop the nomination of Scott Pruitt:If that's not a violation of Civil Service regs, it should be. Bureaucrats in the public service should serve the whole public, regardless of political persuasion and should not be allowed to actively lobby during business hours. Luckily, the Senate saw through their pissy little ploy.
The Senate confirmed Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency, an agency Republicans desperately want to rein in after what they charge was eight years of dangerous activism under the Obama administration that hurt businesses, jobs and the economy.Bureaucrats should be reined in regularly They serve the public, not their own peculiar interests. If I were Scott Pruitt, I believe I'd show up for work carrying a hard snaffle bit, and wearing spurs. If those worthless bastards wanted to buck, we'd have a rodeo. Before the end of the day, they'd know who was running the show. They'd bend to my will, or be run up the road.