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Shelley Moore, you are not just like me. I had to take care of my family and extended family all by myself with help from no one. Don't tell me someone as rich as you is not going to hire help to do so. No, you're not like me at all.
The reason some people from Kentucky came to our water vigil was that they had big contamination from a slurry pond. Solidarity.
The article about how state households will pay 12 percent more in utilities in 2013, if that doesn't tell everybody that this Public Service Commission has to go, nothing will. The governor needs to replace each one of them with someone who will protect us.
Maybe the reason there were no regulations in place to inspect above-ground tanks, especially for Freedom Industries, is because these guys gave campaign contributions to Earl Ray Tomblin and other members of the Legislature.
It's obvious that West Virginia American Water is not doing their job after the report about the PSC getting a low compliance rating from them. It's a shame PSC dragged their feet making sure West Virginia American Water complied. So who is the PSC supposed to protect after all?
Everyone in West Virginia needs to begin calling their legislators concerning this Obama health care. He's causing people to lose their health care and they don't want what he's offering. It's too expensive and it's got things in it they don't need. So Joe Manchin has a chance to do something right before he goes out in 2014 because he hasn't done a thing for West Virginia.
The coal mines have nothing to do with the chemical spill. I don't understand why people can't figure that out.
Sorry Froma Harrop. Your article is trying to blame coal for this disaster we've had. Blame it on who it really belongs to -- the West Virginia America Water system.
I guess the Kanawha County school board does not understand the word "frostbitten."