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Re: California cows/water

Nope. You may be taking Colorado river water, but that's not ours. Ours is Snake and Columbia river waters, both of which have been the object of California's desire on numerous occasions. We'll continue to beat you back in the courts. But when the radiation seeping down from Hanford and INEEL has contaminated the entire northwestern aquifer, we'll probably let you have it. Margaret L

Ahhh, but Margaret we take your water anyway for our southern brethrens. Sure the
feds want to put a kabosh on that but that's only because we didn't vote for Bush.
They'll work it out and we'll continue to take more than our share of Colorado
River water leaving the Gulf of California, one of the greatest riparian areas, a
muddy slough. As Teddy Roosevelt once said talking on the same subject: "The
greatest good for the greatest number of people!"

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