Dan Lamb Amnesiac
Posted in the Binghamton Forum
#1 Dec 7, 2012
Poor Dan Lamb in adddition to being a loser he apparently is an amnesiac as well.
Yesterday he told the Press & Slum-Bull his loss and those of other anti-fracking candidates in landlsides like Tarik Abdelaizm and John Orzel was not a referendum on fracking yet befor the election Lamb said it was:
Here is a headline from The Press & Sun-Bulletin associated with Dan Lamb's campaign:
Lamb: Election is referendum on reckless drilling
Press & Sun-Bulletin - Binghamton, N.Y.
Author: Steve Reilly
Date: Aug 29, 2012
Text Word Count: 392
Abstract (Document Summary)
Lamb said he would work to bolster the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's ongoing study on fracking and add his support to a piece of federal legislation called ...
Dan you claimed the election was a referendum on fracking.
The people have spoken. You lost almost 2 to 1 on the issue.
You, like most of your anti-fracking friends,(John Orzel and Tarik Abdelazim to name but a few who also lost miserably and the Clown Matt Ryan) are impediments to economic growth. We have seen how you can increase poverty and crime. There has been no indication in almost a decade you understand how to foster economic growth.
Please just go back under your rock. Find a job. Get out of the way.
Lamb also said,“The only polling data available indicates that fracking is very unpopular among residents in the district, where 57 percent voiced opposition and 37 percent voiced support.”
Of course that was not quite true either.
A plurality of New York voters say they would support a decision by the state’s environmental department to allow hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in certain Upstate areas, according to a Siena Research Institute poll.
Forty-two percent of voters said they support allowing hydraulic fracturing in upstate areas, holding a slim lead over the 36 percent that oppose allowing the controversial drilling method. This remains unmoved from October 2012, but support for fracking in upstate areas has increased from 37 percent in May 2012.
“Today’s Siena poll demonstrates once again that New Yorkers are ready to embrace safe natural gas development because they know it will mean thousands of good jobs, reduce property taxes, and save family farms,” said New York State Petroleum Council’s Executive Director Karen Moreau.
Poll some more Dan.
#2 Dec 7, 2012
You are much smarter than that other Michael from the flat land in Horseheads.
#3 Dec 10, 2012
How will he now earn a living? What will his occupation be?
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