General Honore Has Launched Green Army To Fight To Save Wetlands From Big Oil

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  1. PEB

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    General Honore created a new group called the Green Army and it is to fight to save the Louisiana wetlands. He stated that their are over 6,000 unused drilling platforms polluting up the wetlands. He is really upset that State and Federal Government has provided protection for the largest oil companies to avoid fixing the problems in the wetlands. General Honore earned high marks in his taking over Katrina rebuilding after President Bush's man Brown failed badly. General Honore who has 34 years in the army has now become an advocate fighting for oil industry clean up of the wetlands. I Just saw him on TV and he is not pulling back he is going to work hard on restoring the wetlands.



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    no one cares about wet lands
     
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    if people gave a shit, there wouldn't be 6k oil rigs sitting around.
     
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