"These guys came out with Band-Aids when we're hemorrhaging from a major artery," said Nicole Cordan, policy and legal director for Save Our Wild Salmon. "These are species that are already imperiled, and they're saying, 'We're going to do less for them.'"
And what might she be talking about??
The Obama administration has put a rubber stamp on the previous admin's scientific plan for salmon and steelhead recovery in the Columbia River Basin, in the face of District Judge James Redden of Portland's three month reprieve to go back to the drawing table. Judge Redden has already decreed that the previous plan more than likely violates the Endangered Species act.
Read more via the Huffington Post and Save Our Wild Salmon
So if I have this straight, here's what happened
Step 1--Old admin comes up with terrible unsound policy for our watershed
Step 2--Judge calls it bs and bunk...
Step 3--New admin comes in, reviews policy
Step 4--New admin rubber stamps old bad policy
Step 5--Judge says , that's not right, try again
Step 6--Rubber stamp is re- applied by new administration
What. The. Hell.
Apparently those clowns must spell dumb
It's time to hook up with Save Our Wild Salmon and help the cause.