Clean-coal project pushing for help from lawmakers

Feb 28, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Independent

Backers of the proposed $2 billion Cash Creek coal-gasification project in western Kentucky asked lawmakers Thursday to pass legislation that would force utilities to purchase the higher-priced electricity it would generate.

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mooses_girl

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Apr 8, 2010
 
Jeez! Can we all honestly afford MORE EXPENSIVE expensive utilities? LMAO I did not studder! Think about it... there are individuals now paying double the utility bills to live in Providence, as opposed to KU lights in Madisonville, GrapeVine or other areas! You know... if we all rallied together, and refused to pay the damn high ass bill they would have to drop it because they would lose WAY too much money. But do you think people are going to go without thier computers, movies, TV, or Coffee pots? HELL NO! Who's fault is it that all the politics in this town are screwed up? OURS! We elect these idiots JUST SO WE CAN BITCH! When they do not do things they promise, steal money from the city, or raise stuff so we pay back what they stole, we as citizens sit back and let them ram it deeper in. Spineless individuals who just like to bitch! Jeez!

*Climbs off her soap box*

And that's all I have to say about the politicians and what they do in this town!
polka dot

Chicago, IL

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