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Sat Dec 30, 2017, 11:15 AM

Pearce: Putting the American taxpayer and economy first

Pearce on fracking.
Translation: "pearce: putting corporate profits ahead of everyone and everything.

"I applaud the BLM today for putting the American economy and taxpayer first by rescinding this unnecessary regulation. Many of these Obama-era environmental rules were duplicative in nature and made in order solely to cripple energy production on federal lands. This doesn't better preserve our environment, but cuts off sources of revenues for states like New Mexico who rely on the production and development of resources to support our teachers, infrastructure, and more. From the very beginning, federal courts declared that the BLM did not have the proper authority to regulate hydraulic fracturing on public lands. By rescinding the rule altogether, the BLM upholds the rule of law and moves the nation closer towards becoming less reliant on foreign energy production. With that, New Mexico can once again have the opportunity to become a leader in energy development."


What total bullshit.

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El Mimbreno Dec 2017 OP
comradebillyboy Dec 2017 #1
Phoenix61 Dec 2017 #2

Response to El Mimbreno (Original post)

Sat Dec 30, 2017, 11:39 AM

1. Hey Steve your teabagger nonsense doesn't play

too well outside of the oil patch.

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Response to El Mimbreno (Original post)

Sat Dec 30, 2017, 11:45 AM

2. They won't be happy until every last

square inch of land has had every mineral, drop of oil, water and/or gas squeezed out of it leaving nothing but desert so poor even a cactus won't grow there.

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