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Wind power has corrupted Maine  

Credit:  www.sunjournal.com 11 September 2011 ~~

According to Scotsman Struan Stevenson, a member of the European Parliament, “wind turbines violate the principle of fairness by transferring vast amounts of money from poor to rich. They despoil our unique landscape and environment and through noise, the flicker effect and vibration, they abuse the health and welfare of people and animals that have to live near them.”

Money has corrupted our legislators, be they Democrats – with former Gov. John Baldacci who initiated the process by executive order (where was the emergency?) – and now a Republican administration that stands idly by to let this scam go on. The Maine Public Utilities Commission and the Natural Resources Council of Maine have encouraged this scam.

I cannot find anyone representing the state willing to participate in a live radio or TV public debate about the merits, or lack thereof, relating to wind power.

How about it, Angus King? Rob Gardner? Dan Voorhees? Stacey Fitts?

Any one of them or all of them at once. It doesn’t matter.

The truth is greater than them all.

Albert Aniel, Mexico

Source:  www.sunjournal.com 11 September 2011

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