No one is safe.
Rocky Mountain News
Feds tried to cut aid
Limits sought on help for ill workers
Department Of Energy
By Ann Imse And Laura Frank, Rocky Mountain News
March 10, 2007
Federal officials secretly schemed to limit payouts for sick and dying nuclear weapons workers, including thousands from the Rocky Flats plant outside Denver, newly released documents show.
The officials responsible for helping those workers went behind their boss's back, called on White House officials for help and tried to hide their efforts, according to internal e-mails and memos obtained by a congressional committee and posted on its Web site.
There is LITERALLY no one the R's won't screw over with a grin on their faces. (I'd be willing to go to Colorado to check these people's voter registration. No Democrat would do a thing like this.)
Victims of Katrina? "people were so uneducated and so unprepared, they literally couldn't get out of the way of a hurricane.".
Children abducted by pedophiles? "there was an element here that this kid liked about this circumstances"
I'm going to dig into my psychic bag here, and make a prediction on what the head of the DOE will be saying when confronted with this....
"Well, the price of electricity is so high, we figured it was just a benefit, you know, like