hahaha you fruit. we need to invest, cut red tape, and deregulate work associated with oil and fracking. the jobs/economics, alleviation of fuel prices and foreign deleveraging is critical to the future of this country. frack and drill. decrease unemployment. eventually pay lower fuel prices, stop relying on idiots that hate us and enjoy living like barbarians, decrease oil imports, increase oil exports. please stop drinking the kool aid. please.
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Jul 5, 2013, 06:32 PM #31Senior Member
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Jul 5, 2013, 07:07 PM #32
Jul 5, 2013, 07:09 PM #33
You are the fruit with railroad tracks for a thought process, there are many alternatives to oil. Big money will not allow it.
Jul 5, 2013, 07:13 PM #34
I'm not a scientist nor do I have time to delve into how this will effect out surfing. But without any studies or research I can tell you it will ruin our surfing if there ever was an accident at this port.
Jul 5, 2013, 07:14 PM #35
You guys stop frackin around!
Jul 5, 2013, 07:18 PM #36Senior Member
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Petition signed. Opposed the broadwater project in L.I.S too.
Jul 5, 2013, 07:25 PM #37
Can we please stick to the fracking topic and give archy your fracking input and answer the fracking question??? Thank you.
Jul 5, 2013, 07:35 PM #38
Jul 5, 2013, 07:45 PM #39
Jul 5, 2013, 07:51 PM #40
here one reason to sign based on what i know of the one proposed in the sound. if the port were to have a an accident it could release a cloud of incinary cases that would blow with the prevailing wind, in the summer thats on shore, and then ignite when it reaches a combustion source. apparently that was a very real problem that hurt the chances of it being in the sound.
another reason it got defeated had something to do with that you can't claim a space on a body of water.
a section of the open water body would have been given over to a private corporation. Gunned security vessels would patrol the no access zone 24/7. No fishing, boating, would be allowed and additional moving “no public access zone” around the incoming LNG tankers that would be 2 miles in front, 1 mile in back and 750 yards on each side. Armed escort boats would surround the tankers as they traveled to the facility, marking the moving zone and requiring all vessels to get out of the way. who is paying for that added security? im going to assume taxpayer dollars.
and for the record
these ports usally do not export the gas. the are importing from foriegn countries