kill fracking before it kills us

When I get the funding for the I will have hemp char-coalizing stations every ten miles on the tracks that lead to the ex-coal burning electrical power plants, along with hemp locomotive fuel with hydrogen to make for the most powerful and truly clean green fuel at $3.00 a gal for the next ten years. 25Jan. 2014 Saturday Courier bottom of the front page had Josh Funk of the Associated Press was so stupid to refer to natural gas has being a clean fuel. The exhaust of natural gas fueling an internal combustion engine puts out 20 times more green house gases. It is a dirty rotten trash fuel that threatens the drinking water of all states allowing fracking. But because they say, “It’s safe”, we must go on as the world’s biggest dummies to allow this earth destroying practice to happen because of a few temporary jobs. Hemp and hydrogen will serve to replace all fossil fuel use within 5 years, only if the launches the hemp industry and the hydrogen economy. If the plan never materializes, our future is doomed to a downward spiral that will remain going down. I believe it will come about because most people now know that the rulers played us as fools for too long. Hemp will be legal to grow in all fifty states and within 10 months, investors will be pulling out of fossil fuel to go green. When that occurs, the original and only Brother Choppers will become the best and surest investment because of many reasons. The fact that nobody makes more than $250,000.00 a year off of us except the farmers selling us their hemp for 50,000 products to be made, at least 20 million good green jobs, and hemp & hydrogen are our only hope for the future of mankind.                                                                                                      Pete Carroll is the first NFL coach that has gone public with his opinion that football payers should be able to smoke or eat marijuana and hash.  I predict all coaches will follow suit within 1 year.                                                  Hemp is now, legal to grow in Ohio. Where’s the seeds, AG dept? Terry Cook, Findlay, Ohio