Sanders and Clinton agree at Flint debate: fracking is bad

Fracking, which has given us low energy prices and weakened enemies of the United States from Iran to Venezuela, as well as crippling the financial backers of Islamism, is the enemy of progressives.  So naturally, Bernie Sanders is fully on board for diminishing or eliminating it, and Hillary is pandering to the left wing of the Democratic Party.

During the Flint debate:

CLINTON: "I don't support it when any locality or any state is against it, number one. I don't support it when the release of methane or contamination of water is present. I don't support it number three, unless we can require that anybody who fracks has to tell us exactly what chemicals they are using."
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SANDERS: "My answer is a lot shorter. No. I do not support fracking. And by the way, Anderson, I'm glad you raised the issue of climate change because media doesn't talk enough about what the scientists are telling us. If we don't get our act together, the planet that we are going to leave our children may not be inhabitable."

This will not help Hillary win votes in Ohio and Pennsylvania, where fracking’s bounty has rescued once failing economies.  And those of us who do not cherish memories of $4-a-gallon gas might think twice about voting for either of them.  

I have to wonder if Hillary won’t modify her position if she gets the nomination and remains unindicted.

Fracking, which has given us low energy prices and weakened enemies of the United States from Iran to Venezuela, as well as crippling the financial backers of Islamism, is the enemy of progressives.  So naturally, Bernie Sanders is fully on board for diminishing or eliminating it, and Hillary is pandering to the left wing of the Democratic Party.

During the Flint debate:

CLINTON: "I don't support it when any locality or any state is against it, number one. I don't support it when the release of methane or contamination of water is present. I don't support it number three, unless we can require that anybody who fracks has to tell us exactly what chemicals they are using."
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SANDERS: "My answer is a lot shorter. No. I do not support fracking. And by the way, Anderson, I'm glad you raised the issue of climate change because media doesn't talk enough about what the scientists are telling us. If we don't get our act together, the planet that we are going to leave our children may not be inhabitable."

This will not help Hillary win votes in Ohio and Pennsylvania, where fracking’s bounty has rescued once failing economies.  And those of us who do not cherish memories of $4-a-gallon gas might think twice about voting for either of them.  

I have to wonder if Hillary won’t modify her position if she gets the nomination and remains unindicted.