Monday, December 15, 2008

Obama's Cabinet Taking Shape - A Good Shape

Just a quick note to say how glad I am about President-Elect Obama's cabinet and advisor choices, so far. Two, in particular, have me doing happy dances.

Lisa P. Jackson is the designate to head the EPA. She's the former commissioner of New Jersey's EPA and she has a master's degree in chemical engineering from Princeton instead of a law degree. She's already two up on RFK Jr.

The second designate that makes my heart grow three sizes is Steven Chu, director of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, for Secretary of Energy. Hell, yeah! A Nobel-Prize-winning experimental physicist! 'Nuff said.

Still no word on his science advisor but the two appointments above are encouraging.

2 comments:

lisadom said...

Keep thinking I am going to wake up and find McCain and Palin in situ.
But no, the breakfast news has Caroline Kennedy et al.
Keep it up Obama!

Vaklam said...

It does seem a little like a dream, doesn't it?

And (yay!) it appears that one of the good Kennedys is going to Washington.