Obama put 8700 workers out of work by arbitarily placing a moratorium on offshore oil drilling on companies that have one of the best safety records of any industry because one company had an accident.
Isn't it two companies, now? And I would not call it arbitrarily put in place.perhaps you have not been reading the newspapers.
As for coruption.how soon we forget...
Scooter Libby-resigned after being indicted for obstruction of justice, perjury, and making false statements in connection with the investigation stemming from the leak of a CIA operative's identity.
Lester Crawford: Commissioner, FDA -- resigned after only two months on the job. Pled guilty to conflict of interest and making false statements.
Brian Doyle: Deputy Press Secretary, DHS -- Resigned in wake of child sex scandal. Pled no contest to 32 criminal counts.
Claude Allen: Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy -- resigned, pled guilty to shoplifting from Target stores.
David Safavian: former head of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy at the Office of Management and Budget -- convicted of lying to ethics officials and Senate investigators about his ties to lobbyist Jack Abramoff.
Larry Franklin: intelligence officer, Defense -- resigned, pled guilty to passing secrets to Israel.
Roger Stillwell: desk officer, Interior Department -- pled guilty to failing to report Redskins tickets and free dinners from Jack Abramoff.
Frank Figueroa: senior DHS official, former head of anti-sex-crime Operation Predator -- pled no contest to exposing himself to 16-year-old girl in Florida mall. Girl says he fondled himself for ten minutes. Figueroa forfeited his badge, gun, and access to databases; employment status pending internal DHS review.
Darleen Druyun: senior contracting official, US Air Force -- pled guilty and sentenced to nine months in prison for her role in the Boeing tanker lease scandal.
John Korsmo: chairman, Federal Housing Finance Board -- pled guilty last year to lying to the Senate and an inspector general. He swore he had no idea how a list of presidents for FHFB-regulated banks were invited to a fundraiser for his friend's congressional campaign. On the invites, Korsmo was listed as the "Special Guest." Got 18 months of probation.