January 29, 2014
Readers' voice: Jan. 30, 2013
Too many under-informed people have voted away the American dream. If you don't believe in that now, you soon will because it keeps happening every day.
The big winner in any lottery winner is the IRS and they don't even have to buy a ticket. That just doesn't seem fair.
Our state elected officials [worry more] about marijuana and gay marriage than they do with our chemical safety and crime that is in this state.
Where was the water plant operator when the chemical got into the intake water and pumped all over West Virginia? This should have been detected before going all through the system.
I realize the DEP needs to do a better job regulating this stuff that's going into our water. But these water companies have the responsibility to not pump poison into our homes and then tell us it is all right. They're the ones responsible for this.
Thank you Home Depot for donating all those buckets so we could get water. God bless you.
People worry about the Elk River being polluted. What about all the cities along the New River that dump their sewers into it? Do you ever think about that or doesn't anyone care?
Why is everybody in this country having to apologize for anything that's said that somebody takes the wrong way? We still have freedom of speech I hope.
Are the people really sick over the water or do they just see the greenbacks?
Is anybody checking the quality of water that is being bottled and sent into here from various places?
What did Danny Jones do in Charleston to help the people with the water problems?
These Freedom Industries officials should be in prison right now.
The Olympics have outlived their usefulness. It's too dangerous to send American people to these foreign countries.
I moved to Nitro about six months ago and I had never met Mayor Casebolt until the water crisis a few weeks ago and I finally got to meet him and his wife. He was standing out there in the cold. I have read many negative things about him in the news, but I've never met anyone nicer.
The picture on the front of the Gazette of West Virginia Water President Jeff McIntyre drinking the water does not make the water look safe. It just looks like a man who does not make intelligent decisions. That picture says it all.