A visit to their website (http://science.house.gov/) reveals that their concerns focus on a very partisan campaign against the President. It seems to me that they shouldn't be able to use the .gov site to publicize highly partisan opinions instead of the business of the committee. Featured on this government website are articles from extreme right publications, notably the Washington Times. No other viewpoints included.
One specific criticism of Obama is the administration's planned increase in climate research rather than weather prediction(No cuts to weather). Per Chairman Hall, it is far more important and down to earth to improve prediction of storms in order to protect lives and PROPERTY (Emphasis added by me) than it is to funnel taxpayer $$ into climate concerns. He and his ignoramus ilk on this committee suffer from severe head up their arses syndrome. Meanwhile global warming crises grow relentlessly.
"We do tend to stick with each other when nature decides to give us this invader to fight. Willingly or not, we are in a sort of club. Early detection is key, so let's go gals, you know what ya gotta do!
"And I believe Joseph Smith was a true prophet, the Book of Mormon is as true as the Jewish and Christian bilbes, Jesus is the Christ and the LDS church is Yahweh's only one and true religion on the face of the earth and there is nothing you…"
"I did see that Matt! Thanks for posting it! Awesome woman to say that on National television! Esp. in what I assume is a very xtian town. I no longer like Wolf Blitzer. I was thinking of that interview when I posted this last…"
"Joan, that is so nice of you to include the woman with no support-system!!!! I'm glad it's going okay.
Steph, adorable cat pic. :) I know you'll do great in your classes! ~ Melinda/Mindy/Booklover, lol"