Posted: 2/27/2001 8:54:25 AM EST
Spotted-owl advocate seeks top Bush post Environmental activist enjoys close relationship with vice president
"Sources close to the process say that Turner is being considered for deputy secretary of the interior, assistant secretary of the interior for fish, wildlife and parks, or alternatively, as chairman of the President's Council on Environmental Quality, or CEQ.
"He is being considered because he's a fly-fishing buddy of the vice president," said Mike Hardiman, legislative director for the American Land Rights Association, which has compiled a 60-page dossier on Turner. "If he were considered on his own merits, he would not be considered again in a Republican administration.""
Woo hoo! First Whitman now this Turner guy. Looks like it is going to be business as usual for the tree huggers!
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