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Please join the fight for clean water

December 1, 2017

To the editor: Just had a wonderful day on a fishing boat off Fort Myers Beach in the beautiful blue-green waters....

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DOAshrimp

Dec-07-17 6:58 AM

Mr. Wollschdts, I would respond but have been asked to not make it personal as you continue and obviously need to do.

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allenwoll

Dec-06-17 11:26 AM

Crusty -- Please explain to us how discussing the negatives of the familiar but deplorable institution of Corporations involves YOU personally : Are you in fact NOT a natural person, but rather a group of people, a Corporation, masquerading as a natural person ? ? ?

That IS an interesting possibility, no ? ? ?

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DOAshrimp

Dec-06-17 10:47 AM

Mr. Wollschdts, I would respond but have been asked to not make it personal as you both continue and obviously need to do.

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allenwoll

Dec-05-17 6:09 PM

Crusty -- Where there is smoke, there is fire ! ! !

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anticorp

Dec-05-17 4:26 PM

Ms Balletto, I’m afraid the developers and realtors have about had their fill of SWF. The concentration of humans to available to cheap h2o has been exploited to the limit of free resources.

From this point on there is a growing cost associated to delivering attractive real estate. The issues go well beyond clear water too. Vertical growth is associated with vertical costs even after you pay to clean up and increase the water supply, then one must cope with the rubble being created by urban sprawl.

You’re not likely to get a lot of enthusiasm from the politicians who run on REPUBLICAN (fuel corporate funds). There’re busy looking for new places to light as insurance actuaries instruct them this roost is in the process of being inundated.

DOAkolov, you reap what you sow.

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DOAshrimp

Dec-04-17 7:39 PM

It really is sad and boring to see every LTE to The Breeze monopolized and turned into a highly irrational, mostly childish, Republican hate speech outlet blog...no matter the subject.

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allenwoll

Dec-02-17 9:56 AM

auntico -- What public benefit can possibly flow from allowing a group of living, natural persons to "legally" band together and declare that their subsequent actions as a group lie substantially beyond the reach of much of the civil and the criminal law except monetarily ? ? ?

The same acts by natural, non-incorporated natural individuals could land them behind bars.

Corporations are a centuries-long SCAM, nothing else ! ! !

Disagreers should explain themselves or be quiet.

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aunticorp

Dec-01-17 8:55 PM

This is what REPUBLICANS do.

They allow trashing the environment in service of corporations.

The only question I have is who are the true evil ones, REPUBLICANS or corporations.

Corporations have been the bane of the American citizen's existence since prior to the Boston Tea Party. Clearly we don't learn from history.

We just allowed the Republicans to gain control of the WH and Congress on a promise of Populism. The coming tax cuts for the wealthy on the backs of the rest of us put the truth to that lie.

Polluters? Green energy is cheaper and clean yet REPUBLICANS support coal and oil and big utilities.

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