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Posted on September 22 at 11 p.m.
I say yes on P and let's put an end to these carpetbaggers using our air and water as their personal dumping grounds.
On P Is for Products
Posted on September 22 at 5:47 a.m.
Fracking is occurring just offshore in federal waters and toxic waste water is being dumped into the ocean. Expanding that loophole to cover more fracking so near our coast should be a major concern to us all.
On Drill Baby Drill?
Posted on September 20 at 3:47 p.m.
The oil and gas industry has proven to be the most corrupt sector of American business. Why would anyone believe a word they say based upon their dismal record of willful pollution and hellacious bribery. They are untrustworthy.
On The Danger of Measure P
Posted on September 17 at 6:40 p.m.
Duff, the No P'ers are drowning under the flood of oil dollars lavished on them for a campaign of lies & deception.
On Oil In, Oil Out
Posted on September 17 at 6:36 p.m.
Wow, Marino is vp of Legal&Corporate affairs and she doesn't know that approved and existing operations are exempt? Or maybe she needs to be added to the list of North County fib tellers. The measure contains clear language about existing operations and furthermore the county has crafted a draft ordinance to streamline the exemption application process. Don't be fooled by these slick operators who are spending huge sums of money to influence a few undecideds.
On Measure P Will Cost Jobs
Posted on September 14 at 9:30 p.m.
You see Skinner ? The conduct of oil producers is so lacking in ethos that you don't believe it happened. Well it's a matter of public record that employees and management of Union Oil knew about leaks for around twenty years in both cases, yet looked away because they were getting what they wanted. That lack of ethos is still in evidence across America every day . You guys are not to be trusted.
On Oil and Drinking Water, Too
Posted on September 14 at 11:53 a.m.
Hey Skinner, oil producers are the most corrupt group in all of industry. Don't believe it? Look it up. Still waiting for your explanation as to why operators at Guadalupe and Avila looked the other way on known leaks for twenty years before being found out. They knew but the bucks were flowing so who gave a damn. Same attitude pervades now. Just look at Greka and their recent record. You guys can't be trusted . YES ON P !
Posted on September 13 at 12:53 a.m.
My understanding of physics and chemistry are poor. So help me out here Sheriff, nativegeo, Jarvis and any other drill baby drillers. Well casings are made of steel, right? Steel begins to rust as soon as first exposed to water, right? Acid is corrosive to steel, right? We've all seen steel rust through, right? Concrete cracks, right? Eternity is a long time , right? I suspect that our gung-ho oil industry friends and their legions of carpet bagging lobbyists with suitcases full of petrodollars will be long gone when our kids are dealing with the polluted environment these NoP'rs leave in their wake. YES ON P !
On Measure P: Who’s Scaring Whom?
Posted on September 13 at 12:18 a.m.
Mr. Dolphin, in the case of Skinner, addressing him as Mr. was intuitive. "Catskinner" is slang for one who operates a bulldozer. While I've known a few female dozer operators, the odds were in my favor addressing this person as Mr. Now, in your case, I'm using Mr. mostly as a joking reaction to your concerns about gender, and assuming you will correct me as needed. Of more import to a real dolphin would be the decades long leakage of neurotoxins into the ocean at Guadalupe Dunes. A leakage that was known to exist by employees and management yet they all looked the other way because the bucks were flowing. I suspect not much has changed with an industry that can't seem to go a day without fouling the environment somewhere.
On Measure P Will Affect Public Safety Funding
Posted on September 12 at 6:40 p.m.
What's your point, Mr. dolphin?