The stuff causing the water fiasco is used to clean coal -- and we know nothing about it?
It's clear from all the water crisis press conferences that Gov. Tomlin is in way over his head. He can't answer a single question without stumbling around or looking to someone else for help. Manchin, even Underwood, could have handled this with more public confidence and professionalism. He's obviously not prepared, nor educated as to what questions could be asked. How did this guy ever become governor?
The liberal news media will do everything they can to destroy Republican Chris Christie. Nothing can compare to what we've endured these six years under this present administration.
Exactly how are the EPA and DEP useful? What a stupid massive failure of government. It is barely believable.
Kent Carper's law office is among first to sue about water contamination. Will this lawsuit include himself among politicians pointing fingers at others?
Of course, everyone knows President Obama was behind this chemical spill; I'm not sure how it was his fault, but you know it is.
I am no environmental nut, but I have a concern I have not heard addressed yet on the water crisis. What about the water that has been used for sanitation? It goes into septic systems and sewer systems and eventually ends up either ion the ground or back in a river. Will this water be safe? Nobody has talked about this and the taxpayers should not be on the hook to pay for a study to determine it or unclean. It should all fall on the backs of those who failed to do their jobs. West Virginia American Water will probably ask for a rate increase to fix the system and cover their costs. Heck no. Freedom and West Virginia American Water are both culpable in this ordeal.
Please bring "Beetle Bailey" back to the comic page.