Wyoming joins Oklahoma in drought
Irony is no stranger to our posts derived from the U.S. Drought Monitor, and again, this case is no exception.
The monitor reveals severe to extreme drought covering most of the state of Wyoming (for at least the last three months), the home of none other than Vice President Dick Cheney.
Cheney represented Wyoming for just over a decade on Capitol Hill (in the House) and his career is sturdily rooted in the coal and petroleum businesses that he backed in Wyoming, before becoming CEO of Halliburton.
In some form or another, Cheney has contributed his share of greenhouse gases, to say the least. If only he would realize how his actions and policies have threatened his community with longer and stronger droughts.
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