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Our hope is changing in the wind


The New York Times reports:

The group’s calculations last week put the number of American jobs at a little more than 300 — most of them temporary construction jobs, along with about 30 permanent positions once the wind farm is operating. Mr. McGarr told The Wall Street Journal that more than 2,000 Chinese jobs would be created by the deal.

Now that’s NOT the kind of change we want to believe in. I applaud Kos for telling the truth and being outraged

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