Now it’s your turn:Â Take action to protect your health by keeping incinerators out of Delaware.
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Friends, we have a message our readers have heard before:Â “Stop the Incinerator!”
You heard this when Tom Carper was governor.Â You heard it when Ruth Ann Minner was Governor.Â Now you hear it when Jack Markell is Governor.Â Campaign statements notwithstanding, Markell, on this issue, is proving to be a horse with the same gait.Â Should we call it, “change you can’t believe in?”Â Markell’s promotion of incineration is shockin–we’ve been had! Continue reading
“I have spent the past six months working with a group of coal state Democrats in the Senate, led by West Virginia native Senator Tom Carper (D-Del.), drafting provisions to assist the coal industry …. ”
–Â Sen. Robert Byrd of West Virginia
It should be no secret that Delaware’s congressional delegation–Castle, Carper and Kaufman/Biden–generally doesn’t represent the interests of Delawareans.Â Why should they?Â Much of their campaign money doesn’t come from Delaware, and they don’t have to worry about reelection.Â But, I doubt many realize how hard and how often “our” representatives in Washington work directly against the interests of Delawareans.Â The worst is Senator Tom Carper.
“I pledge that my administration will be more transparent and accountable than any that have come before,”–Gov. Jack Markell,Â Inaugural Address, Jan 21, 2009.
Green Delaware received this memo from an anonymous whistleblower, accompanied by these comments: Continue reading
Delaware’s “Bottle Bill” was enacted in 1982 after years of effort led largely by Pat Todd of the League of Women Voters. As one might expect, a major opponent was the Delaware Solid Waste Authority, known to us as the Garbage Empire. Continue reading
Green Delaware Alert 650
(please post/forward)“PSE & G To give a presentation on nuclear power” in Legislative Hall, Dover, Wed, April 9, 2009 4:00
Delaware faces tremendous opportunities but also the danger of making horrible mistakes. The state is a small place with a limited talent pool and limited resources.Â We can’t afford to get it wrong.
Can Markell and his people tell the good ideas from the bad ones? Will they listen to non-brownnosers?