May 11, 2004

Texas Tuesdays

Kuffner & Friends have their second Texas Tuesday up with an interview and a guest post from Morris Meyer, hoping to knock off Toxic Texan Joe Barton. 

From the interview:

How concerned are the voters in your district about pollution and clean-air regulations?

Joe Barton’s negatives in two recent polls taken among likely Republican women voters are running in excess of 70%. The Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram have written extensively about Barton’s decades-long stance catering to the polluters over the health of the people of north Texas.

From the guest post:

I am running for Congress today because my pediatrician warned me two years ago that my daughter was at risk for asthma, and the cause was our air quality here in north Texas. My concern for the air Grace breathes led me to “Smokey” Joe Barton and his 20-year campaign to allow the Ellis county polluters free reign to scorch our children’s lungs.

Kuffner’s the man, a regular read here at the Stakeholder.  Go check Meyer out for yourself, you won’t be disappointed.


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