The Prairie’s Wingnut comment of the week from the Pueblo Chiefly: (bolding mine):
A crowd of more than 200 people turned out Tuesday to hear local lawyer Don Banner try to persuade Pueblo County commissioners to zone 24,000 acres for the possible development of a nuclear power plant. And an even larger crowd — 500 — filled the Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center on Wednesday to voice their opposition to building the power plant.
The $5 billion to $8 billion power plant would employ 500 to 700 high-paid workers, generate millions in taxes for local government and provide cheap, emission-less energy, Banner said.
Where’s a rotten tomato when you need one?