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Re: “Despite the dangers of fracking, North Carolina lawmakers want to legalize it

To all you common sense people out there please read this and you will fully understand the joke the Extremist call facts, ie; Gasland the movie!! No Facts, No Investigations, simply bitter people looking for a buck. Also anyone in coal country knows GAS is and always has been a shallow water problem in areas. One of your gasland "gas out the faucet guys" had tried 12 years before fracing happened in Virginia to extort a coal company for gas in his water, yes it was a coal problem BUT he bought the place knowing the problem existed so had no legal recoarse until fracing came along. Anyway please read the article below. from Texas
Before GAS Monitors in Shallow Coal mines we used canary's, if a canary died did everyone leave the mine as fast as possible so they could hold a canary funeral ? or could it have been the gas build up was so extensive it killed the bird thereby alarming the miners to leave fast. This is so one sided it would be a joke if we did not have so many non thinking people involved. I have friends in the oil biz and its funny, they all say "if we do not catch up and stop playing political games that Only hurt the tax payers gasoline will be 8.00/gallon. We are the only country in the world without an energy policy. But we know oil companies real goal is to wipe out the US Water supply at any cost, drive gasoline to 10.00/gallon and their kids all become diseased from drinking the water so they do not have to deal with dividing up their Trillions of dollars.
Come on people, the problem is extremists that refuse to listen or see truth. We have had over a million wells fraced in Texas since the early 70's and after reading the below you will understand.…

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Posted by bondsman on 05/14/2011 at 2:48 PM

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