Skip to comments.Polis Puts Udall, Dems in Bind with Anti-Fracking Initiatives ( Colorado )
Posted on 05/17/2014 5:56:52 AM PDT by george76
Rep. Jared Poliss decision to sponsor a barrelful of anti-fracking initiatives is threatening to make a tough election year even rougher for Colorado Democrats, starting with Sen. Mark Udall.
Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper is attempting to broker a deal that would persuade Polis to pull his proposed anti-fracking initiatives, but if the governor cant get it done, every Democratic candidate will face pressure to take a stand this year on an issue that has badly divided the state party.
That starts with the Democrat Udall, whos already under fire for refusing to stake out a position on whether to construct the Keystone XL pipeline.
It is a lose-lose situation for him,
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Three are getting to be conflicts between fracking and agriculture for water in many places.
Liberal cities [ Boulder, Denver, etc. ] have lots of money to hire lawyers who then use the water courts to steal water rights from farmers [ who cannot match the urban legal budgets ] .
I talked with a friend the other day who has oil interests in Oklahoma. With fracking, his wells have increased (at least for a time) in output five fold. While I do not think that is typical, it is impressive what the procedure can do.
Heard similar reports.
Which explains why the communist left hates oil, coal, nuclear, and gas production that makes us freer economically and independent of Muslim areas .
Reading “The Frackers” right now. It is, in fact, not at all out of the ordinary. It turns out that larger yields may have simply been waiting on the right water/sand/gel mixtures, but even then, more revolutionary freezing/fracking processes are already showing even better results. This will be the future.