Robert Smith
Robert Smith

No way you tree hungers .you will abort a helpless unborn child . But don't touch a Mountaintop . Something wrong with your thinking . Coal is this country's most plentiful natural resource our people are miners what are we going to do to raise our family's

Marie Time
Marie Time

signé **ptg **.

Fabian Rasse
Fabian Rasse
  • Marie Time

Signé,

Dave Peters
Dave Peters

How would you like mount Rainier to look like mount St. Helens.

Burke Pray
Burke Pray
  • Dave Peters

good one Dave.

Carole M Madan
Carole M Madan

I have followed I LOVE MOUNTAINS for years - keep up the great work! Momma Nature

Sanskash Nepal
Sanskash Nepal
  • Carole M Madan
Susan Chandler
Susan Chandler

Blowing up a mountaintop to extract a thin vein of coal is a wise and responsible as removing the top of one's head to extract a tooth. Can we STOP being so egregiously stupid and irresponsible?

Mark West
Mark West
  • Susan Chandler

not the best way to say things but.......i guess it does get the point across.

Patricia Cousens
Patricia Cousens
  • Susan Chandler

Th

Isabelle Vincent
Isabelle Vincent

done

Wendi Cohen
Wendi Cohen

We must preserve & protect all our beautiful natural places & stop destroying them for greed & selfishness & these Awful practices must stop!

Takako Sato
Takako Sato

I can't wait to hear the news that this will be the LAST mountain THREATENED by GREED!

Emmanuel Diño
Emmanuel Diño

I'm not American, but my strong advocacy to environmental preservation is not only confined within the Philippine territorial boundaries. I'm duty-bound, as I had sworn to do, to manifest my repugnance against this yet another terroristic assault to mother nature. I cast my vote.

Lydia Carras
Lydia Carras

This mountain as all mountains, whether in gthe States or Africa or Asia , oh my home in Greece, are precious to our small planet! Let us be less greedy.

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