September 24, 2011 at 7:00 pm in INFORUM
Elections have consequences.
Take the recent overreach of Tim Purdon, the President Barack Obama-appointed U.S. attorney in North Dakota. Continue Reading
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Poor Mr. Hennen (with apologies to Cervantes). Tilting at windmills is his primary occupation, both figuratively and literally. He goes off on the appointed US attorney and windmills in an attempt to divert the reader’s attention from the topic of the debate, namely environmental consequences of oil patch development. Based on his comments, he clearly never understood what they were trying to teach him in biology classes and further, I recall his same historical histrionics over emission rules for coal fired plants that, as usual, turned out to be another example of his chicken little impression, the sky is falling. Guess what Scott, your prediction about coal fired disasters turned out false.
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I’m fairly confident the oil companies will fare just fine financially in spite of being required to not destroy the environment.
I wonder how many people who whine about how mean we are to the oil companies would object to a film of sludge covering their property? My guess is all of them.
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Purdon does what Obama tells him to do, which is to punish any state which didn’t vote for him.
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Kevin good one.
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Hey Hennen — why don’t you go back to radio so only the people that really want to listen your theatrics and ridiculous rhetoric! Sheesh …. wind turbines really? The topic was fines handed down for dead birds being found in these ‘oil-pits’. The oil industry will be just fine paying these fines – they need to know they need to treat the ND landscape and its inhabitants with respect and safety.
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I hate to say this but I agree with him. When they start picking up the dead birds by the wind towers and charging the execs from the electric company then it would be equal treatment of all.
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