George Smith quotes Angus King's praise of the Maine mountains, as in that land form King has trashed with his wind turbine blight for the almighty dollar:
"As Senator Angus King writes in the forward, “The vistas are so wide, the colors so subtle, the forests so deep, that the urge to see for yourself will be pretty hard to resist.” Boy, Angus got that right."
We agree Angus. In fact the vistas were so hard to resist, we bought homes there. And you defiled these priceless vistas with your usual insider game, clipping the taxpayer and stepping on the unwashed commoners we are. You forever destroyed many families' cherished little gardens of eden for what you of course know is nothing but an Enron-devised fraud. Scheming, shameless smooth operator.
ANGUS KING - Born in the Beltway and Taking Mainers for Fools for 46 Years and Counting.
Mountain defiler US Senator Angus King's latest act of hypocrisy
Angus King, the insider's insider and partner Yale University could not resist the urge to come see Record Hill and Roxbury Pond.....and destroy them.
Angus King in the Bangor Daily News 12/6/17
“This is a dangerous, perhaps even subversive, book,” wrote U.S. Senator Angus King in the book’s foreword. “It will make you unhappy with where you are now (unless you’re already in the mountains of Maine) … The vistas are so wide, the colors so subtle, the forests so deep, that the urge to see for yourself will be pretty hard to resist.”