First, you complain the county is losing population and our high schools will have to combine to keep them going. Then you want to put 800 industrial wind turbines in the county. What are you thinking? Do you really think you are going to attract young, affluent families to Tipton County? What happened to your common sense? Does the money have you blinded?
It’s time officials start listening to the residents. I’ve been to the meetings when hundreds of opponents show up. It’s time to listen to them.
The current large wind turbine language needs to be eliminated from the ordinance — now.
To anyone who does not want wind farms in Tipton County, this may be your last chance. Go to the hearing, sign up to speak, get up and simply say, “No wind farms in Tipton County.” It won’t cost you a thing and might just save Tipton County from being the place no one wants to live and raise a family.
Did justices read all 20,000-plus pages?
It has not been lost on me, as it should not have been lost on you, that the Affordable Care Act runs 20,000-plus pages long. I maintain this to be by design and not by chance.
After all, what would be a better way to stymie any effort to challenge the ACA than to make it so long and cumbersome that it never gets any in-depth review?
It might be interesting, to say nothing of informative, to query each of our Supreme Court justices to ascertain if any of them actually took the time to study it in depth to determine its constitutionality. I mean, all 20,000-plus pages of it.
It seems to me if none of our nine justices subjected it to a thorough, in-depth review, might that not be grounds for a reversal of their opinion?