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Do you agree with Gov. Mark Parkinson's decision to move forward with a coal-fired power plant in Holcomb?

May 14, 2009

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Ken Mark ( in Tonganoxie) says...

“I have mixed feelings about it. I like some of the provisions that focus on renewable energy, and the jobs this project will create in southwest Kansas is a good thing. At the same time, I am not convinced that there is such a thing as clean coal power.”

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Emily Jefferies ( in Tonganoxie) says...

“No, because I think that there are cleaner, cheaper alternatives in the long run, and safer ways to produce substantial amounts of energy without having to use coal-fired power plants.”

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Nila Denholm ( in Tonganoxie) says...

“Probably go along with the coal and hope they have a way to take care of the pollution. I don’t think we need any more pollution. We’re kind of between a rock and a hard spot I think.”

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Jason Bailey 4 years, 11 months ago on Do you agree with Gov. Mark Parkinson's decision to move forward with a coal-fired power plant in Holcomb?

Germans responding to nationalist socialists in 1925: "We refuse your party and embrace the Weimar approach."

Germans responding to nationalist socialists in 1936: "We love you and want to be a part of the 1,000 year Reich. Heil Hitler!"

The difference? Propaganda and slick packaging of a message. The fact that environmentalism is wrapped in a skin of truth doesn't make it any less rotten and deceptive in the middle. This theory of anthropogenic global warming (man-made global warming) has been proven wrong via data time and time again yet visceral emotionalism is all you hear.

We are 1930s Germany in so many ways. It's scary.

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