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Corbett: Don’t ‘rush’ to judge Minuteman

June 6, 2013

Gov. Tom Corbett said Wednesday that he stands behind Minuteman Environmental Services as a good employer and appreciates the company’s quick growth in the past several year....

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Jun-07-13 3:01 PM

Might as well hop over to the next town and check out Moran Industries. Another Corbett favorite.

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Jun-07-13 2:26 PM

Judgeandjury, thank you for your comment you just made my day!!

It's all about the MONEY, POWER, and GREED.

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Jun-07-13 12:40 PM

Erik, no one but a fellow greedy parasite like yourself would consider defending anything this industry does. They are corrupt and incompetent and those that cheerlead for them are complicit. No one takes you seriously on issues concerning this industry because they know you, like Corbett, are bought and paid for. Anything for money...

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Jun-07-13 12:16 PM

The thing is, Minuteman is nothing but a snap shot of an industry rotted, corrupt, and mercenary throughout. Corbett's little run through the governor's house was simply a rehearsal for his dream job with the gas. And his defense of Minuteman? Just one more little show to insure he gets the big bucks the minute he's out of Harrisburg.

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Jun-07-13 9:28 AM

Oh Erik, do you think numerous investigative agencies would raid his business if he wasn't up to something illegal? We all know that this industry is dumping the frack water anywhere they can get away with it. And, we are also painfully aware that your livelihood depends on the natural gas industry.

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Jun-06-13 4:55 PM

I see many have pronounced them guilty until proven innocent.

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Jun-06-13 3:02 PM

If you want to know more about this article search "Minuteman Environmental Services Raid - Tip Of The Drill Bit"?

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Jun-06-13 1:48 PM

Yes, I wish the nightmare of gov't agents kicking down your doors, handcuffing owners and seizing records for a fishing expedition would end.

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Jun-06-13 9:50 AM

Can someone please wake me from this never-ending nightmare???

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Jun-06-13 8:33 AM

Corbett is going to defend any company that is associated with the gas industry because Corbett received $1.8 million in Campaign Contributions from the gas industry.

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Jun-06-13 7:22 AM

I've seen it mentioned that all public officials should be made to wear identifying patches akin to sponsorship patches on NASCAR drivers' jump suits. They would have placement and sizing in direct correlation with the amount of contributions they have received from a given donor entity. I know this sounds tongue and cheek but the idea may just have some merit.

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Jun-06-13 5:51 AM

Of course Corbett is going to say that. He has to since he has received campaign funds from them. Once a corporation ties into your campaign, you are owned!

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