Just released: Internal Park Service memos on how to mislead the public on the impact of gutting the budget of the Park Service: The Park Service confirmed the authenticity of the memos and said, while some of the terminology was "unfortunate," the agency recognizes that superintendents face difficult cost-cutting decisions this summer and wants to avoid politicizing the situation. It seems a little late for that. Credit is due to the retired superintendent who released the memos - someone is clearly smarter than the average bear. Seems some in the Park Service, unfortunately, wouldn't say the same about the American public.


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