But calling Ben Bernanke treasonous...

The bloodsucking pagan hippiecrats of the Environmental Protection Agency are attacking Rick Perry’s Jesus! Or is Rick Perry just high on a wheelbarrow full of drugs again? Sure. He is also upset about the Internet’s number one or two worst thing ever of today, a fuzzy two-year-old video unearthed by Jim Inhofe of EPA administrator Al Armendariz explaining to an audience that his “philosophy of enforcement” towards law-breaking energy companies is “kind of like how the Romans used to conquer little villages in the Mediterranean: they’d go into little Turkish towns somewhere, they’d find the first five guys they’d run into, and they’d crucify them. Then that town was really easy to manage for the next few years.” It is a rather silly comparison, mostly because villagers are historically known for being defenseless. It’s also a somewhat outsize view of the EPA’s notoriously crappy enforcement prowess, right Jim Inhofe?

No, this video from 2010 that Jim Inhofe found after hate-fapping his way through two years’ worth of EPA back archives is a declaration of total war, and Jim Inhofe will now resolutely demand that the EPA be investigated and burned to the ground shortly thereafter.

Here he is, Stalin times ten, declaring war on the impoverished and oppressed energy companies:

Armendariz has already apologized for his erstwhile hubris and NRO got to run the fun headline “EPA Expands Its Mission to Crucifixion,” the end. [The Hill]

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