Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Nixon EPA Administrator Says Bush's Environmental Policy Is "Polluter Protection"

Russel Train, who headed the Environmental Protection Agency from 1973 to 1977 under Presidents Nixon and Ford -- and former co-chairman of co-chairman of Conservationists for (George H.W.)Bush, says that the current President's record on environmental protection is so dismal that he's voting for John Kerry
"It's almost as if the motto of the administration in power today in Washington is not environmental protection, but polluter protection," Train said. "I find this deeply disturbing."