Stuart, does it seem to you when you read the comments on this site that we're actually living in the deep, red south? Who would've thought there were such hateful politicos in Westchester? And illiterate ones too! View Comment
Joe- he's not the first. Someone beat him to it on another snowstorm story earlier. Oh, and when I replied with a comment very much like yours, it kept getting deleted. By whom, I do not know. But just take a look at all the anti-democrat comments on this site. Maybe it's time to start paying more attention to this website's advertisers. View Comment
No need for name calling. I assure you, I am no moron. So funny that people like you bring up the fact that no republican voted for this. No republican voted for ANYTHING that Obama put forth. That was the plan.
And, if you were a decent person, you would apologize for the personal slur.
I can't believe that people are blaming Obama for this. The Affordable Care Act was passed by the Senate and Congress. It was signed by the President. It was declared constitutional by the Supreme Court. AND -- a majority of Americans voted for Obama in 2012 and NOT Romney who vowed to repeal it. But far right-wing loonies are refusing to pass a budget that funds the ACA -- and this is Obama's fault, HOW????? View Comment
The only reason you don't know about any incidents is because these companies settle out of court with gag order conditions. Sure -- move to Colorado. I'm sure their drinking water will be fine. View Comment
Because your "viewpoint" is not factual. Yes, natural gas burns more cleanly than coal or oil. BUT the extraction process produces waaayyy more methane than the actual burning of the fuel. Travel to PA (where I happen to own some property) and instead of farms being saved, you'll see thousands of wells ruining the landscape and tons of huge trucks rolling down bucolic roads and spewing their fumes everywhere. And about those trucks....better pray that none of the ones carrying fracking fluid gets in an accident and spills into aquifers. But, most importantly, there was an article in the NY Times yesterday about how WATER is becoming more and more scarce out West. Do you really think we should risk contaminating the ONE thing that we truly cannot live without? View Comment