Cape Wind after Katrina

There has been a sea change in America and on Cape Cod.

It is named Katrina, and it's nickname is $3 a gallon.  No one with a brain in their head, or a heart in their chest can any longer be against a wind farm in Nantucket Sound or anywhere else.

This isn't about Teddy or Dougie's view from the deck any longer. This is about tens of thousands of lives, and the very existence of tourism on Cape Cod or anywhere else. What do imagine will happen totourism, cCape Cod biggest industry, when gas goes to $4 and then $5 a gallon and then stops being available as happened in 1973.

Any man, woman or child who raises a voice or spends a penny to stop "renewable energy anything" from this day forward will be branded a scoundrel and a fool.

Let's see how long it takes the APCC and the Cape Cod Times to figure this out. 
Wind power after Katrina

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