Tulare water rally draws the frustrated and frightened

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Anonymous (not verified)
on Mar 31, 2014

Not only here in the Valley but across the USA and the world and all because the environmentalist have a strangle hold on both the water and the courts! This is truly a man made situation. I pray that before this becomes a famine of biblical proportions the politicians and judges stop drinking the Kool Aide! Fish vs People this should be an easy choice!

Anonymous (not verified)
on Mar 31, 2014

Liberals love this. Farmers begging for something the Greens are withholding. Old Soviet style shortages of life's essentials creates a warm and fuzzy feeling in the black hearts of San Francisco's protest class.

Steven Butler (not verified)
on Mar 31, 2014

The lack of water expertise on our state water board is apparent to anyone that has read their Bios, as posted on the web. The governors pronouncement of a zero supply for Ag has done a lot of harm and really has no basis in fact. Every reservoir south of the Tehachapies is full, they are diverting 3000AF per day of "health and safety water", how about some "hunger prevention" water being allocated to our food producers.

Niels Andrews (not verified)
on Mar 31, 2014

Unfortunately this amount of people attending a rally means nothing to politicians. To these people we are easily outsourced. For Ag to ever have a voice we need to align ourselves with larger groups. Most of the population do not hold their leaders accountable, so they are not accountable to anything or anybody whose payroll they are not directly or indirectly on.

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