If you haven't had your morning coffee yet, partake of this gem to get your day started:
One of my favorite quotes from the article:
“We are trying to control the size of the group so that we can have a conversation,” says DCNR spokeswoman Christina Novak.
Really? You meant to say 'control the agenda and outcome', didn't you?
For those not familiar with DCNR Secretary Richard J. Allan, or how he deals with people who question or criticize the DCNR ( hint: he has them fired ), check this out.
From the latter article, another quote worth rehashing:
"The closest anyone came, he said, was when Adam Gingrich, an executive assistant to DCNR Secretary Richard J. Allan, said the "administration has decided to go in a different direction."
Different direction indeed.
It seems just about everyone who works for Tom Corbett's administration has learned and perfected the fine art of bending over, keeping a smile on their face, and flipping the bird to the citizens of Pennsylvania as they allow the gas industry pigs to rape our environment and contaminate it for countless generations to follow while laughing all the way to the bank.
On April 4th, the DCNR is holding a closed door meeting to discuss the fate of natural resources held in trust for the citizens of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
How does that sit with you, fellow Fracksylvanians?
As a reminder: