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W Appointee Doing a heck of a job on NASA

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/02/02/AR2006020202721.html

Written complaints and supporting documents from at least 16 people have been given to investigators. They allege that Cobb, appointed by President Bush in 2002, suppressed investigations of wrongdoing within NASA, and abused and penalized his own investigators when they persisted in raising concerns.



I just don't know what to say anymore about W's boys. I guess I could ask, "Is anyone surprised?"
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As if NASA does not ave enough to wory about - that kind of internal sh!tjust makes the icing on the cake ..[xx(]
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RE: W Appointee Doing a heck of a job on NASA

They need Dainel Golden( I think that was his last name) back. When I was in middle school he came in to my school and watched us do a fake launch of a lunar probe..the cool thing was they let us analyze moon photos for water that casme back from the real ship...I believe it was called the Lunar prospector..And I got a piece of Discovery's cargo liner from the time when John Glenn went up on it. Swete Time!

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