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Enviro-Mich message from Michael Carlson <mecec@home.com>
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"They stole the election?"  I realize that you supported Gore, but give me a
break.  The only person trying to steal the election is Gore!

Michael Carlson

Dave Dempsey wrote:

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> Enviro-Mich message from "Dave Dempsey" <davemec@voyager.net>
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> Let us unite against this monstrous potential appointment. No urban child
> with asthma, no vulnerable wetland, no old-growth forest, no source of
> drinking water will be safe if Harding is appointed.
>
> They stole the election, now they want to steal our environment.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-enviro-mich@great-lakes.net
> [mailto:owner-enviro-mich@great-lakes.net]On Behalf Of
> Murphwild1@aol.com
> Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2000 10:24 AM
> To: enviro-mich@great-lakes.net
> Subject: E-M:/ Harding To Head EPA?--A horror story
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> Enviro-Mich message from Murphwild1@aol.com
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> Greetings,
>
> A possible nightmare unfolds as Dubya gives serious consideration of Russ
> Harding as head of the EPA.
>
> Murray Dailey
>
> Speculation About Bush Cabinet
>
> Names being bandied about for Cabinet and top administration jobs:
>
> "ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY DIRECTOR: Pennsylvania Environmental
> Protection Secretary James M. Seif; Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
> chief Tom Skinner, son of former White House chief of staff Samuel Skinner;
> former Illinois EPA chief Mary Gade; David Struhs, director of the Florida
> Department of Environmental Protection; Russ Harding, director of the
> Michigan Department of Environmental Quality."
>
> AGRICULTURE: Rep. Charles Stenholm, D-Texas; Ann Veneman, California
> agriculture director; Susan Combs, Texas agriculture commissioner; Charles
> Kruse, Missouri Farm Bureau president.
>
> ATTORNEY GENERAL: Montana Gov. Marc Racicot; Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating;
> defeated Sen. John Ashcroft, R-Mo.; former Sen. John Danforth, R-Mo.
>
> COMMERCE: Bush campaign chairman Don Evans; Tony Garza, member of the Texas
> Railroad Commission; California venture capitalist Floyd Kvamme; Rep.
> Jennifer Dunn, R-Wash.
>
> DEFENSE: Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge; Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.; former
> Sens.
> Dan Coats, R-Ind., and Sam Nunn, D-Ga.; Paul Wolfowitz and Richard Armitage,
> who served under Vice President-elect Dick Cheney when he was defense
> secretary.
>
> EDUCATION: Sandy Kress, Bush's education adviser and former Dallas
> Democratic
> Party chairman; Drew University president and former New Jersey Gov. Thomas
> Kean; Houston school superintendent Roderick Paige; Arizona education
> superintendent Lisa Graham Keegan; former Rep. William Gray, D-Pa., and
> president of the United Negro College Fund; Pennsylvania Education Secretary
> Eugene W. Hickock.
>
> ENERGY: Sen. John Breaux, D-La., after meeting Bush in Austin, Texas, on
> Friday, said he wanted to stay in the Senate; former Sen. Bennett Johnson,
> D-La.; Alaska Gov. Tony Knowles, a Democrat who supports drilling in the
> Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska; defeated Sen. Slade Gorton,
> R-Wash.; Rep. Ralph Hall, D-Texas; Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
> chairman John M. Quain.
>
> ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY DIRECTOR: Pennsylvania Environmental
> Protection Secretary James M. Seif; Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
> chief Tom Skinner, son of former White House chief of staff Samuel Skinner;
> former Illinois EPA chief Mary Gade; David Struhs, director of the Florida
> Department of Environmental Protection; Russ Harding, director of the
> Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
>
> FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION CHAIRMAN: Michael Powell, one of five FCC
> commissioners and the son of Colin Powell; Pat Wood, who heads the Texas
> Public Utility Commission.
>
> HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson; New Jersey Gov.
> Christie Whitman; Gail R. Wilensky, former administrator of the federal
> Health Care Financing Administration; William Roper, dean of public health
> at
> the University of North Carolina.
>
> HOUSING: Stephen Goldsmith, former Indianapolis mayor; Garza; Rep. Henry
> Bonilla, R-Texas.
>
> INTERIOR: Racicot; Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell, R-Colo.; Gorton.
>
> LABOR: Rep. Jim Talent, R-Mo., defeated in race for Missouri governor; Dunn;
> former Reagan administration civil rights commissioner Linda Chavez;
> Connecticut Gov. John Rowland; Whitman.
>
> NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION: Former Sen. Harrison Schmitt,
> R-N.M., an Apollo 17 astronaut.
>
> STATE DEPARTMENT: Retired Gen. Colin Powell, former chairman of the Joint
> Chiefs of Staff during the Gulf War, as secretary of state.
>
> TRANSPORTATION: Elaine L. Chao, former deputy transportation secretary in
> first Bush administration and wife of Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.; Dunn;
> defeated Sen. Spencer Abraham, R-Mich.; Texas House Speaker Pete Laney;
> Thompson; Kansas Gov. Bill Graves; Tom Warne, executive director of the Utah
> Department of Transportation.
>
> TREASURY: Walter Shipley, retired chairman of Chase Manhattan; John
> Hennessy,
> former CEO of Credit Suisse First Boston; Donald Marron, chairman of
> PaineWebber; William McDonough, Federal Reserve Bank president; Kenneth Lay,
> chief executive officer of Enron Corp., an energy company. Long shots:
> Lawrence Lindsey, former Federal Reserve member; Rep. Bill Archer, retiring
> chairman of House Ways and Means Committee; Gerald Parsky, a California
> financier and fund-raiser.
>
> U.N. REPRESENTATIVE: Former Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind.
>
> VETERANS AFFAIRS: Former deputy VA secretary Anthony Prinicipi; Florida VA
> Director Robin Higgins.
>
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