Tuesday, September 16, 2014

U.S. Crude

The oil & gas lobby that's been so successful pushing fracking through the NC General Assembly has been exposed for busing in homeless people to pack the public hearing in Cullowhee last Friday.


Anonymous said...

A move right out of the Liberal's play book.

Reminds me of the left busing in Union members from out of state for Moral Mondays.

Saul Alinsky would be proud.

Thanks for sharing.

Whatshisname said...

@Anonymous. False analogy. The folks riding the buses to Moral Monday are there because they're taking individual principled stands. Buses happen to be a convenient and economical way to get to Raleigh. Homeless people, well, they'll do anything for a buck. Like most Republicans, homeless or not.

Try again.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 8:41 AM — Are those Kool-Aid stains on the front of your shirt? If you live in this state, you are getting screwed by the very people/corporations you seem to be defending. Push the reset button and carefully rethink the implications of your argument here.

Anonymous said...

The buses my friends rode to Raleigh were from INside the state....like from here in Boone. Everybody chipped in $20 to pay for them. And I doubt there were many (or any) union members on them.