“From GSA to EPA, Bureaucrats Gone Wild”

Over at the FuelFix blog from the Houston Chronicle, William O’Keefe points to recent scandals at the GSA and EPA and has this observation:

With deficits as far as the eye can see a debt problem to the tune of $14 trillion, you would hope that “public servants” would be leading the war against waste, fraud, and abuse. Instead, they seem to be living the good life and wielding regulatory power with little regard for impacts on citizens and the economy.

The most recent scandal, of course, involves the infamous reference of a government bureaucrat talking about crucifying business owners to make examples of them:

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