Saturday, March 11, 2017

Vermont rep talks clean energy legislation with citizens

About 12 community members met with Vermont Rep. Robert Forguites (D-Windsor 3-2) on Thursday, March 9 at the Springfield Town Library to discuss clean energy and current legislation.

www.eagletimes.com    

8 comments :

  1. Yes, yes, Forguites, you twit. More talk about renewable energy and climates change while Springfield languishes in an unrenewable economy. P.T. Barnum was definitely correct.

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  2. Stop these talks. The GOP insists there is no global warming. Must be true if Trump says so. We should support his vision and go out and buy a coal burning furnace. Make America Great Again. I've got Kingsford glowing in the grill right now.

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    1. The Goat Rustler3/13/17, 12:53 AM

      Why, coal isn't bad for you, it's my favorite breakfast treat! Pour a little 10w40 on it, and mmm, mmm, goes down REAL smooth! Great for the whole family!

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    2. I like my coal to be soft with lots of sulfur. Put those WVa druggies back to work.

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  3. I've rededicated my life to reversing the effects of global warming. So far I haven't been too busy.

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  4. Trumps buddy Scott Pruitt, head of the EPA (Enable Pollution Again) office is a fine choice for Making Pollution Great Again. Then with RyanCare kicking in we can all cough to the doctors office only to be turned away. But hey Health Care Insurance will be available to everyone, especially those who can afford $1500 dollars a month. But it is "available".

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    1. The Goat Rustler3/13/17, 11:40 AM

      Let me explain what "access to healthcare" means. You have a card that says you're covered. You go to the hospital for a major illness or injury, and you get treated. Everything's fine, right? WRONG! A month or so later you get a bill THAT YOU CAN'T PAY, because buried in the fine print of that "affordable" insurance policy is a clause that says you must REIMBURSE the insurance company! That's what the Republicans call "access to affordable healthcare!" It's a lie from Hell!

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  5. punitive laws don't work. Renewable energy that isn't affordable doesn't work either.

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