Friday, October 07, 2005

Small minds make for small future in North West

Wash lawmakers block plan to allow more oil tankers in Puget Sound
By MATTHEW DALY
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
The proposal would have changed key portions of the 1977 Magnuson Amendment, which limits expansion of oil refineries and the number of oil tankers entering the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound. The law, named after the late Sen. Warren Magnuson, D-Wash., restricts expansion of oil traffic unless it is "for consumption in the state of Washington."
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It would seem that with to days technology that we in the North West could have a world class oil terminal that could supply a number of refineries. A pipe line to the western United States economic future could pass right through our ports and refineries. I see it as the potential number 1 industry in Washington State.

However the folks in Olympia nether want to upgrade our infrastructure or economical advancement. The politicians in this State only knows how to blow money and rase taxes.
Some day, when it's too late, the only people left in the State will be the politicians and the sponges.
The Roy Boy

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