Aug 30, 2012
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I had to come in from the canyons long enough to quit laughing and respond to Ms. Bertwell’s statement (T-I letters, Aug. 23) that the oil companies would not jeopardize Moab or the water.
Go take a look at that clicking hot tailings pile sitting above our water table and tell us corporate America has our best interests at heart.
I hope Ms. Miller will stack a few more soapboxes up so her voice will carry farther. And when the chickens come home to roost, remember what John Wayne said: “Life is tough and it’s tougher when you’re stupid.”
God bless and keep you all.
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