30 September 2009

I guess they needed another mission...

...after they saved that big wind farm project across from the Kennedy compound... hey, wait a minute...

The Hopi Nation's Tribal Council sent a message Monday to the Sierra Club and a handful of other environmental groups: Stay off the reservation.

This spring, a coalition involving the Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Trust, and several Native American groups called on the Environmental Protection Agency to review the Navajo Generating Station's role in smoggy skies over the Grand Canyon.

They claimed the power plant is a source of "excessive pollution" and should be forced to reduce emissions.

The power plant and Hopi coal mines that fuel it support hundreds of families, providing more than 70 percent of the Indian nation's governmental revenues, said Scott Canty, tribal counsel.
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2 comments:

C-Mom said...

Smart ass-ed Superior white folks always telling Indians what is best for them. Clueless self absorbed dipsh*ts.

Watermelon environmentalists are a scary brand of fool.

Neo Conservative said...

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"The power plant and Hopi coal mines that fuel it support hundreds of families, providing more than 70 percent of the Indian nation's governmental revenues."

lemme see... an aboriginal community that is actually defying expectations and providing a livelihood for their people... they're at the top of the left-o-spere's 'environmental crimes" list?

good grief.

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