Sunday, September 21, 2014

Saturday, September 20, 2014

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www.ecowatch.com.  If you need to trick people to get support, your cause sucks.

Questions raised about group at fracking meeting - Winston-Salem Journal: Local News

Questions raised about group at fracking meeting - Winston-Salem Journal: Local News.  This is pathetic.  It is absolutely reprehensible, and it shows how little support the fracking community has.  If you have to misrepresent things to people who are hungry and homeless while exploiting them, then your movement is weak and destined to fail, especially when your movement is based around spilling toxins into the environment.  This is one of the cheapest tricks I've seen in awhile, and it is cynical as well as emblematic of the true nature of this misguided attempt to make up for the malfeasance in our state government.

Great story

And it shows good people get put in jail all the time.  If so-called-Christians believe in redemption, then they need to believe in redemption.