Shippers seek White House's help to keep Mississippi River open
Mississippi River barge operators and shipping groups on Tuesday asked U.S. President Barack Obama to declare a state of emergency on the river and direct the Army Corps of Engineers to keep the drought-lowered waterway open to commercial traffic to avert an "economic catastrophe." Water on the Mississippi River along the busy stretch from St.
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#1 Nov 27, 2012
It's more than the good B B Q at Shemwell's. Cairo is the confluence of the the two most important rivers in America. It is the place where Hispanics are now coming to revive more than a city. They are now part of a great history. This city must be saved by having America's most important waterway up to a level where the vital shipping that supports the whole area, from the Cape over to wonderful Paducah, working at full speed. Keep the Mississippi high and wet, not low and dry.
#2 Nov 27, 2012
My! But are'nt you the stupid moth**F**ker!
#3 Nov 28, 2012
Bet y'all wished you had all that water you dump on us last year
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