Skip to comments.House Dem says she erred on NC fracking override
Posted on 07/03/2012 8:12:59 AM PDT by Perdogg
A House Democrat says she voted mistakenly to override Gov. Beverly Perdue's veto of a bill that authorizes fracking in North Carolina but was told she couldn't change it because the outcome would have changed.
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WE DON' NEED NO STEENKING RULES!...........
Sorry, no tag backs - it’s a done deal. I think she’s really just trying to have it both ways.
Heh. She merely wants it both ways.
How pathetic is it when one must plead stupidity...
Perhaps her brain was affected during this episode -
...or she might just be an average (D)...
Is there any “frackable” gas/oil in NC, or was this just for show?
Well, at least she didn’t vote “present” like someone else I know of who used to be a state legislator.
Other than that, a pretty bad mistake, but this often occurs. It can be corrected, if caught in time.
She really voted for it before she tried to vote against it.
What a croc....no party leaqderswhip would not have told it’s members which way to vote to have the outcome it wanted. She’s trying to have it bothway. “I wanted to vote against it before I voted for it”!!!
The geology of the state varies widely, there were coal mines in the state up to the WWII era. I understand my home county in NW North Carolina is thought to hold some potential.
“A House Democrat says she voted mistakenly to override Gov. Beverly Perdue’s veto of a bill that authorizes fracking in North Carolina but was told she couldn’t change it because the outcome would have changed.”
Proof positive that Democraps are too stupid to be allowed into a voting booth, much less hold elected office.
It looks like this pinheaded DIMocRAT needs the point at the top of her head sharpened.
Yep, they ought to go frack in Chatham and Lee counties. There's a coal seam in there that's full of gas. Blew up the Farmville mine.
If she takes her case to SCOTUS, Roberts will gladly change her vote for her.
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