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A false truth

June 26, 2013

Responding to your “Drilling for the Truth” article, FrackNation represents the gas industry as great and wonderful....

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Jun-29-13 9:06 PM

Lawyer up and seek your injunctive relief. Shut down their illicit ruinous greed driven destruction of our nation and end their corporate terrorism. I wonder if President Obama enjoyed Gasland II?

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Jun-26-13 2:41 PM

I know many are against the gas industry, but if you currently rely on electricity for heat, hot water etc., you may wanna think about changing over to natural gas. Current environmental proposals are expected to drive the price of electricity sky high. My last home was electric heat and I currently have natural gas and my bill keeps going down, half of what it cost to heat my last home. I stand on neutral ground when it comes to the gas industry. I've studied both sides of the argument, but the bottom line is natural gas is a cheap and cleaner burning fuel source compared to others and for this country not to take advantage of this would be unwise. I think some may agree once they get their electric bills in the months to come.

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Jun-26-13 1:15 PM

I keep hearing about "corporate greed". How about gov't greed. If you don't want to support corporations don't buy from them or use their services. You'll wine and howl about a corporation making money for its shareholders and providing employment for its employees, but when it comes to the IRS, no complaints? How much, do you think, corporations should be allowed to make? Who makes that choice? That's why we need to go back to the free market system. To put the power back into the consumers hands, not the gov't.

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Jun-26-13 8:58 AM

Good letter.

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Jun-26-13 7:24 AM

"Your article said Gasland was screened by 625; the official count was 925."

That actually sounds a little more accurate to me. I was there and 625 seemed a little low to me. About 2/3 of the seats were filled in the main, lower level of the CAC. The balcony was closed, and there are probably 600-700 seats up there, and the capacity of the theater is around 2200, so 925 sounds about right.

Wonder why they lowballed the number by 30%?

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