Congress targets Asian carp problem i...

Congress targets Asian carp problem in Great Lakes

There are 4 comments on the Manila Bulletin story from Oct 16, 2009, titled Congress targets Asian carp problem in Great Lakes. In it, Manila Bulletin reports that:

The Senate voted Thursday to provide $6 million for continuing efforts to thwart the Asian carp from penetrating the Great Lakes in what environmentalists fear would destroy much of the existing wildlife in the world's largest surface freshwater resource.

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Milwaukee Broad

United States

#1 Nov 16, 2009
Hey stupid people in Congress, just spend half a billion on gravel and fill in that shipping canal in Chicago. Let the ships either dump their loads in Chicago and let trucks haul 'em the rest of the way or take another route! I'll be damned if even one Asian carp makes its way into Lake Michigan!
made u look


#2 Nov 18, 2009
i hope the carp make it,... imagine ,..millions of 100 + pound flying carp, maybe lake michigan wont be so boring and to save money we can feed the fish to all the welfare folks ---
Great Snakes

Altamonte Springs, FL

#3 Nov 19, 2009
It's time to give a carp!
made u look


#4 Nov 19, 2009
CARP ARE PEOPLE TOO ! & who says salmon are ANY better then carp ? you are racist { specieist }

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