Elected officials join Ann Arbor acti...

Elected officials join Ann Arbor activists for rally against Keystone XL Pipeline

There are 1 comment on the MLive.com story from Feb 4, 2014, titled Elected officials join Ann Arbor activists for rally against Keystone XL Pipeline. In it, MLive.com reports that:

State Rep. Jeff Irwin, D-Ann Arbor, and Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners chair Yousef Rabhi joined a crowd of about 75 people in a vigil held outside the Federal Building in downtown Ann Arbor Monday evening.

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Whitewinger

Salt Lake City, UT

#1 Feb 4, 2014
Typical liberal idiots....oh first ethanol was going to
Save us, and now that food prices have doubled
And you realize its not cost effective, we are
Stuck with billions in wasted subsidies. And then
Wind was it until you liberals realize that eagles
Fly into the blades. And oh you like solar and wind
As long as it does not spoil your desert view and
The kennedys view of the ocean. You democrats
Have lost all credibility on your global warming BS
And bamas crusade against coal and oil. We
Need fossil fuels to stay alive, all you liberals are
Doing is raising the price on driving and heating
Our homes.....please just shut the hell up.

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