|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Matt - Sep 25th, 2015 1:48 am.|
|The Environmental Protection Agency over the past decade has spent a whopping $92.4 million to purchase, rent, install and store office furniture ranging from fancy hickory chairs and a hexagonal wooden table, worth thousands of dollars each, to a simple drawer to store pencils that cost $813.57.
While private companies and citizens face more and more hardship from government regulation, the EPA literally sits in the easy chair, said Adam Andrzejewski, founder of OpenTheBooks.com. The EPA can’t relate to the financial hardships regular Americans face. It’s Herman Miller furniture for the bureaucrats, but Ikea for the taxpayers.