Back when he was running things over at Goldman Sachs, Hank Paulson came under fire from a group of conservative shareholder activists who claimed he was sacrificing profits in order to pursue his own personal environmentalist agenda. And when George Bush nominated him for the Treasury Secretary post, many conservatives wondered aloud whether Paulson was too "green" for the job.
But just because Republican activists don't trust you, doesn't mean the environmentalist extremists are singing your praises. Recently we stumbled upon a posting by what seem to be Portland based animal rights activists who find it best to put their arguments into what looks to be poetic form. Here, for instance, is a short item arguing that Paulson didn't do such a good job juggling his responsibilities as Chairman of the Nature Conservancy and head of Goldman Sachs. (We added the line-breaks because it seemed to read clearer like that.)
Goldman Sachs Secretary of Treasury
turned Nature Shrines into Cattle Concentration Camps
Henry Paulson, the Bush nominated Secretary of the Treasury,
was formerly CEO of Goldman Sachs
as well as President of Nature Conservancy.
Wearing 2 hats, he introduced cattle
to the NC wilderness shrines. Josh Bolton,
Bush's chief of staff is also from Goldman Sachs.