It’s a SPECIAL Guest Editorial
Arlington Councilman LeBlanc forgot to obtain my permission to use photographs taken by me in his “Special Guest Editorial.” But the most important thing that he forgot, when he issued his so-called patriotic “call to action” for all gassy folks and “mineral owners” to show up at future meetings is that the majority of the people at the TCEQ meeting were mineral owners.
Sorry, Mel, even the mineral owners want Barnett Shale operators to Drill-Right Texas.
UPDATE: I had to rush off this morning but now I’m back. The comments are great, thank you so much. The comments make my job easier.
Dear Counilman LeBlanc, obviously you missed this very important news: New analysis highlights toxin findings. Maybe you are listening to THIS GUY too much. Stop listening to him! He either fails to understand or he intentionally misleads.
I’m not going to post the entire incoherent diatribe but here are a few choice nuggets and be sure to click on the links.
Now, since even the more sensitive, second round of TCEQ testing demonstrated no air pollution, one must assume that Senator Davis’ “call to action” stems from her abhorrence over some sort of process mumbo-jumbo, bureaucratic sleight of hand that’s put a bee under the Senator’s bonnet.
But no, Senator Davis deemed this situation worthy of a full-fledged call to action on its own merits, leveraging the opacity caused by organizational disarray and/or clerical errors to justify a we’re-not-gonna-take-it-anymore posturing to hijack urban drilling.