It's not over yet; Bush Administration still has the power to weaken and exasperate

As the Buch administration winds down, let's all brace ourselves for a rush of really bad ideas.

For now we have:

Let's make it even harder to set worker safety standards. Let's see...they've done instigated none in 8 years, it must me too easy; we must stop this over regulation!

-and-

Oh yeah, let's lie some more.

You know, the last one is really silly in a way. Why does the administration try to make its underhanded anti-scientific meddling secret? Everyone knows they do it at this point. It's hardly even news anymore!

I shall retreat to my corner and cry for a bit. Come get me in Jan 2009.

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