State House News Q & A with Markey and Gomez – Markey inconsistent on fishery issues, and we already knew he was in the Cape Win pocket.

Boston —The two comers for the open U.S. Senate seat have opposing positions on Cape  Wind, with Republican businessman Gabriel Gomez arguing the offshore wind farm  is not cost-competitive while U.S. Rep. Ed Markey says he has backed the energy  project and sought to speed it along. In response to written questions from the News Service, both candidates  offered their plan for helping the state’s fishermen, who are faced with sharply  reduced catch limits regulated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric  Administration. continued @ wickedlocal.com

 

One Response to State House News Q & A with Markey and Gomez – Markey inconsistent on fishery issues, and we already knew he was in the Cape Win pocket.

  1. As noted in the GDT: May 15, 2013 – “Markey was the only member of the Massachusetts congressional delegation with a district that opens to the sea not to support a catch share cutoff budget amendment” …and for the life of me, what kind of answer is this to the question: “What past or current Supreme Court justice is the paragon example of what a judge should be”, and he makes this statement: “Justice Stephen Breyer, whose aggressive focus on substantive data as support for his decisions has been an enduring contribution to the Court.” What the heck is he talking about?

    People of Massachusetts, fishermen, flush the toilet when you have politicians like Ed Markey for not only making these type of statements, but who have supported the anti-fishermen Catch Shares program.

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