Source: York Dispatch: Letter to the Editor
In your editorial “Time’s up for corporate welfare,” you turned the serious debate about energy policy in Pennsylvania into a rambling diatribe about populist politics, Stockholm Syndrome and Foxconn in Wisconsin. I have to expect that most of your readers were as confused as I was when I read it.
The issue isn’t about the corporations that make power. It’s about people. It’s about the families who will be forced to leave Pennsylvania if nuclear plants close. It’s about our children’s future and whether the air they breathe is clean or dirty. Do we want a future that has cleaner air and a more reliable and diverse power grid? Or do we want dirtier air and a grid that is more and more dependent on carbon-emitting gas?