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JOBS TO BUILD A WATER PIPELINE FOR DROUGHTS AND FLOODS AND SAVE BILLIONS IN CROPS, LIVESTOCK, PROPERTY!

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Building and maintaining such a pipeline would provide long term jobs for thousand of people, save millions in livestock, crop and property loss, not to mention human suffering.

The state climatologist for Texas says the record drought of 2011 could be only the beginning of a dry spell that could last until 2020. What if this drought affects the entire Southwest and Western US?

There is an urgent need to conduct water from states suffering flooding from too much rain or snow melt to provide water to states suffering drought causing losses of entire farms, crops, and farm animals and to provide jobs to build these pipelines.

We could develop a network of interstate high-volume water pipe-lines, so water could be transmitted from areas that have too much (recently the Northeast) to areas of drought. They could be installed with relatively little disruption by flowing the right-of-ways of various Interstate Highways and/or rail lines.

Since water is non-toxic, occasional small leaks would not damage the environment. To install the system would create much-needed jobs in the US. The system could be built gradually over years to spread out the cost and job-supply. Pipe-line flow could be reversed if climate changes dictate.

Building and maintaining this pipeline would provide long term jobs for thousand of people, save millions in livestock, crop and property loss, not to mention human suffering.
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Sep 20th, 2014
Someone from Valliant, OK signed.
Sep 17th, 2014
Someone from San Mateo, CA signed.
Sep 13th, 2014
Someone from Burbank, CA writes:
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America built the Interstate Highway system and we can do this to usher a new era. Let's get this done.
Sep 11th, 2014
Someone from Cincinnati, OH writes:
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I have been saying this for several years, it would solve several problems all at once. We can divert flood water to areas that are in dire need of water. This would eliminate flooding in most of the country, save lives and prevent property loss and damage, save money on insurance claims and provide jobs for Americans. I really don't see a downside to this.
Sep 8th, 2014
Someone from Berkeley, CA writes:
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I just was talking about this! The Pacific Northwest also has had very severe winters, with flooding. Some of that water could be sent to California. How about we stop production of the idiotic Keyston XL pipeline, and change it into a water pipeline!
Aug 31st, 2014
Someone from Phoenix, AZ writes:
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Why isn't this being discussed every day?
Aug 26th, 2014
Someone from Whittier, CA signed.
Aug 24th, 2014
Someone from San Jose, CA signed.
Aug 22nd, 2014
Someone from Newport Beach, CA writes:
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A national fresh water management system is sorely needed. Reservoirs, Aqueducts, Rebuilding Aquafirs, America's security rests on Food Production. Such an effort will enhance our security
Aug 20th, 2014
Someone from Las Vegas, NV signed.
Aug 17th, 2014
Someone from Los Lunas, NM writes:
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I feel that a pipeline would be a wonderful way to eliminate the flooding issues near the Mississippi river, and help the Southwest/West deal with the influx of residents, and the lack of water resources.
Aug 17th, 2014
Someone from Marysville, OH signed.
Aug 13th, 2014
Someone from Trabuco Canyon, CA signed.
Aug 12th, 2014
Someone from Brownsburg, IN signed.
Aug 12th, 2014
Someone from Henderson, NV signed.
Aug 12th, 2014
Someone from Mount Laurel, NJ signed.
Aug 5th, 2014
Someone from Macomb, MI signed.
Aug 5th, 2014
Someone from Valley Center, CA writes:
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It's a grand project but not a silly idea. Gas & oil pipelines already cross the country. Water will soon be a more valuable commodity and we don't show any signs of limiting the Western population.
Aug 4th, 2014
Someone from Santa Fe, NM signed.
Aug 3rd, 2014
Someone from San Diego, CA signed.
Aug 1st, 2014
Someone from Maplewood, NJ writes:
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I've talking about this for years, what is the hold up? Why aren't they talking about this on T.V. Come on people, this is a no brainer
Aug 1st, 2014
Someone from Maplewood, NJ writes:
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I've talking about this for years, what is the hold up? Why aren't they talking about this on T.V. Come on people, this is a no brainer
Jul 30th, 2014
Someone from Jacksonville, FL writes:
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Just the estimated crop loss this year alone due to drought could pay for this.
Jul 28th, 2014
Someone from Sunland, CA writes:
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This could be a critical economy stabilizer as a widespread public works project, something on the scale of those created in the 1930's. It would be easily supported by citizens of all states, since it effects everyone, & the wide range of businesses that would need to be involved would generate further long term employment opportunities.
Jul 27th, 2014
Someone from Grand Prairie, TX signed.
Jul 25th, 2014
Someone from Clovis, CA writes:
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An excellent idea !
Jul 21st, 2014
Someone from Franklinville, NJ writes:
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and if we are really smart... use movement of water to produce free energy keeping the faith :)
Jul 21st, 2014
Someone from Belleville, IL signed.
Jul 16th, 2014
Someone from Williamsburg, VA writes:
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Seeing the severe drought in some states while there's flooding in others, this only makes sense.
Jul 16th, 2014
Someone from San Diego, CA writes:
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America has always solved problems. Lets do this fast before its too late
Jul 16th, 2014
Someone from San Diego, CA writes:
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America has always solved problems. Lets do this fast before its too late
Jul 14th, 2014
Someone from Peachtree City, GA writes:
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Why is this not being considered? What does it take to get this moving? This is one issue all Americans can unite over
Jul 9th, 2014
Someone from Erie, PA signed.
Jul 7th, 2014
Someone from Colorado Springs, CO writes:
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We are in desperate need of this water transport service.
Jul 6th, 2014
Someone from Burlington, VT writes:
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Water is more precious than oil, if we can build miles and miles of oil lines, it should be relatively simple to do this.
Jul 5th, 2014
Someone from Ontario, CA writes:
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Common sense approach to solve a long time problem.
Jul 4th, 2014
Someone from Atascadero, CA writes:
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This should be done immediately and will be an important addition to our infrastructure!!!!
Jul 4th, 2014
Someone from Austin, TX signed.
Jul 4th, 2014
Someone from Austin, TX signed.
Jul 3rd, 2014
Someone from Atascadero, CA writes:
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Let's do it. No dust bowls or flooded out homes.