Tuesday, February 19, 2013

EPA redacted

Since most of what the EPA does is supposed to be for the children, what is so special that most of the e-mails from former EPA head Lisa Jackson's secret(?) account need be redacted? The Free Beacon article notes some whining that "internal discussion" would be limited if the government workers could expect their discussions to be read. Screw them. If they are afraid of being caught, they are doing something wrong. They are government employees on government systems doing work we pay for.

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