Thanks to poor politics, natural gas shortages in states like New York are becoming the norm. While anti-energy activists declare this a “win”, people lose work and families and businesses suffer.
“This is America and people do have a right to protest. They have a right to wave signs (normally printed with petrochemicals) and take buses (powered by petrochemicals) to set up camps (almost all camping equipment is made from petrochemicals) to protest petrochemical pipelines…but they do not have a right to violate private property, destroy equipment, threaten and intimidate energy workers, and sabotage pipelines which power our nation.”
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