While setting New England fishery rules, John Bullard was an exception

He’s been called a Neanderthal and the most reviled man in the region’s fishing community. At a public meeting broadcast on national TV, a fisherman once accused him to his face of lying for a living. As the regional fisheries administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, John Bullard has drawn ire from all sides — fishermen, environmentalists, and politicians alike. His decisions have been routinely controversial, and he has rarely minced words in defending them. click here to read the story 20:53

2 Responses to While setting New England fishery rules, John Bullard was an exception

  1. Joel Hovanesian says:

    Good riddance. Hope the door hits you in the ass on the way out.

  2. Joel Hovanesian says:

    Any bets as to how long it takes him to hook onto an environmental group or wind company? I’ll even give odds.

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