Thursday, October 13, 2011

Ken Salazar - Focusing on VERY important issues


With the nation’s Latino population booming and now the country’s largest minority group, the Obama administration’s top Hispanic official is concerned that the federal government is not giving enough attention to Hispanic history and culture. 

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar in the past year has pushed the National Park Service to identify more sites or properties related to the histories of women and minorities that could be added to the National Register of Historic Places or be preserved as national parks or historic landmarks. 

“Less than 3 percent of all the national landmarks that we have — the highest designation you can receive as a historic landmark — are designated for women, Latinos, African Americans or other members of minority groups,” Salazar said in a meeting with reporters last week. “That tells you that the score is not even.” More here:

First of all ... score?  What "score?"  Ever notice the Democratics always want the "score to be even?"  No winners, no losers, everyone makes the same grades, on and on.  It's funny ... the government doesn't like winners and losers ... UNLESS the government gets to pick them.  They're VERY busy picking winners and losers up there in Washington.

Secondly, since when are National Historic Places color themed?  It's AMERICAN history, asshole.  Stop dividing the American people based on race and gender etc every - single - time you get the chance ... ASSHOLE.

And finally ... what the hell are you people doing?  What's the matter?  Haven't found enough trivial crap on which to squander my money?  Not deep enough in debt yet so you just keep spending?  I think we just identified another helpful government agency to cut by about 90%.

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