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The Pattern Continues

Here's a third one--a federal employee (Bureau of Indian Affairs--an agency that has long outlived its usefulness) admitted starting the Rodeo Fire in Arizona. If you add the three this year to the screwup in Los Alamos a couple years ago, government employees have destroyed millions of acres in the west recently.

Posted by Rand Simberg at June 30, 2002 12:10 PM
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Must be the Greens. "We had to destroy the environment in order to save it".

Or is that too VRWC of me?

Posted by Ken Summers at June 30, 2002 05:44 PM

Why is this land in the reckless government hands? It needs to be sold to the responsible corperations.

Posted by Andrew Rettek at June 30, 2002 07:38 PM

I wonder if anyone has thought, gee if those trees had been cut, nobody would have lost their homes and, wow money in the bank. As a bone to the liberals, that money that can be taxed multiple times.

Posted by Chris at July 3, 2002 04:20 PM

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