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We have right to protest wind farms  

Credit:  The Pantagraph | March 15, 2018 | www.pantagraph.com ~~

Recently a person said that if you were not a backer of the wind farms and all of the money it will bring to the county and the schools, that you were doing something that was somehow wrong – part of a bunch of disgruntled people. Well folks, this country was started by disgruntled people.

Washington, Jefferson and Franklin were a bunch of protesters. They, to a world power that had all the money in the world, so to speak, protested. And out of that protest came a Constitution and Bill of Rights. They gave me my right and the rights of my friends to say, I don’t want or like flashing red lights in my night.

James L. Hull, Wapella

Source:  The Pantagraph | March 15, 2018 | www.pantagraph.com

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