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Barbara Wilson Ricketts

Mountains don"t grow back. They just leave a big ugly hole. It's stupid just like the people doing it.

Marcia Denison
Marcia Denison
  • Barbara Wilson Ricketts

Please join.

Lori L Giannuzzi
Lori L Giannuzzi

Because these people need our help!

Gordon Johnston
Gordon Johnston

Big Money must NOT be allowed to corrupt the earth for the sake of corporate profits. Mountain top removal has ramifications that impact the ecosystem in ways too numerous to list here. Just because it can technologically be done, doesn't mean it should happen. The government must stop this madness..

Brian L. Wilson
Brian L. Wilson

This is DISGUSTING! This absolutely makes me want to string up everyone involved in it! No excuses by the billionaires suffice!

George Cortesi
George Cortesi

Strip mining on steroids is how I see it. But, where is the "NEWS" to show this disaster to the public?

Gloria J Howard
Gloria J Howard

I grew up in a place where "strip mining" was the norm. The land never recovers. Tenacious things will begin to grow, but, don't survive for long; the soil is dead. DO NOT DO THIS. ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD IS WORTHLESS IF YOU DESTROY THE WORLD.

Janie Wright Boggs
Janie Wright Boggs

once they're gone you don't get them back..... how horrible to intentionally cause the death of thousands of animals and destroy such beautiful scenery. That's like us telling Washington to tear down the White House and hundreds of other monuments How would they feel if it was happening in there back yards...SAVE THE MOUNTAINS..

Artie Nittolo
Artie Nittolo

Hi Judy! Sorry to here about that Great Man that just recently pass! My Cousin Gorge Cortese told me all about your cause. Please if there is enything I could do, let me know! Truly yours Artie!

John Korovilos
John Korovilos

The ominous growth of human population world-wide, but particularly in the U.S.A., has increased pressures to wrest mineral resources from the environment, at whatever cost to that environment, even if it means destroying other resources and priceless historical treasures for the benefit of stockholders. The majority of American citizens must demand the preservation of their historical heritage, as exemplified by battlefields of war or the fight for social justice.

Allan Haller
Allan Haller

Everything is connected. Destroy one part and you begin the destruction of all...

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