Good riddance, Scott Pruitt

11 thoughts on “Good riddance, Scott Pruitt”

      1. But just let an ordinary person do half of what they do – and they throw away the key.
        Serfhood lives.
        (Too bad he got wind of the investigation – sounds like stuff got shredded, records altered…all felonies..not that that ever stopped any of them in the past…).
        Where are the good that serve with honor and careful thought? (I know, too brutal these days to be a public servant)

      2. Nobody with a shred of ethics or self-respect would run for public office these days. (The few who do soon realize they’ll have to compromise a lot, perhaps too much, to get anything done.) It’s really sad. Our best and brightest should be leading us.

  1. Shameless like his boss, Pruitt is sure to land on his feet. Maybe an executive and lobbyist for Chick-Fil–A. He knows that God wants him to be rich.

... and that's my two cents