Tom Shepstone, EID Marcellus Campaign Director
Joe Massaro, EID Marcellus Field Director
Yoko Ono sends a message to Governor Cuomo on natural gas, seen here blended with another popular video from this woman with the strange clothing line. It reveals the total absurdity of New York State politics where political correctness trumps science and facts.
Yoko Ono, following that bizarre magical mystery tour of a Dimock, Pennsylvania junkyard in those two Mercedes vehicles, went back to her natural gas heated apartment in Manhattan. She then made a video appeal to Governor Cuomo to stop natural gas development in New York. We also learned more about Yoko’s cultural contributions from another video and decided to blend the two into one much more compelling message to the Governor. Here it is:
Good thing this lady has a $500 million inherited nest egg to live off. It would all be hilarious except for the fact this individual apparently exercises influence in New York, as this picture of her with Tony Ingraffea with his peer review panel demonstrates:
And so it goes in New York, one of the hardest places in the world to understand.
Governor Andrew Cuomo flew into Binghamton last week. Natural gas supporters gathered to tell him upstate New Yorker's want natural gas development in New York State and want it now!
Governor Andrew Cuomo journeyed to Binghamton last week to discuss economic development, something the Southern Tier could use and that natural ...
Retired Schoolteacher, Sullivan County, New York
The following is a letter I recently sent our Governor, Andrew Cuomo in an appeal for action to address Sullivan County, New York's long pressing economic development crisis. I offer it in the hope others will also write him and share their sentiments as well. The time ...
Chairman, Steuben County Land Owners Coalition
I recently wrote this letter to Governor Cuomo, as New York sits waiting to hear when natural gas development using high volume horizontal hydraulic fracturing will be allowed within our borders.
I am the chairman of the Steuben County Land Owners Coalition PAC, and ...
Otego, New York, Farmer and Landowner
One landowner, Kimberly More, is fed up with waiting for Governor Cuomo to make a decision on natural gas development in New York. She recently wrote to him to explain her sentiments, shared with countless others across Upstate, about the ongoing situation and delays.
Dr. Charlie Carpenter
Vestal Gas Coalition
Dear Governor Cuomo:
Our local paper reported there will be further delays in starting natural gas exploration in the Marcellus Shale. The reason given was that a committee could not meet a November 1st dead line. Developing the natural gas industry has to be done right but continued delay ...
Cuomo Flies In, Natural Gas Message Goes Out
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