Thursday, August 9, 2012

We Never See a Headline About a Breadline Today

We're in the money.The LakeCountyEye Bed-and-Breakfast -- fka the LakeCountyEye compound -- is now open for business. As readers of this blog are peripatetically aware, Lake County tourism revenues are breaking records ...
What Happens in Lake County Stays in Lake County
and your LakeCountyEye is looking to cash-in on the action.

One blighted area that will not be cashing-in on the Lake County action is McHenry County to the west. The agrarian McHenry County's predominant agricultural interests have long dismissed concerns about climate change as junk science. And haha now that global warming has kicked in full-throttle, according to the Northwest Herald ...
McHenry County has joined the 50 percent of all counties in the U.S. designated as drought disaster zones.
McHenry County declared a disaster area
Unsurprisingly, breadlines are already forming in McHenry County. Tent cities have sprouted overnight at Chick-a-Fil fast food restaurants where free food will be distributed. Read all about it in the Northwest Herald ...
Chick-fil-A opening could draw crowds
And in the Patch ...
'First 100' Camping Out, Awaiting Chick-Fil-A Grand Opening
The global warming deniers at the McHenryCountyBlog have chronicled, firsthand, the effects of their handiwork with pictures of the too many devastated lives waiting for their handouts:
Chick-fil-A "Occupied" by Tent City of Free Food Seekers
It is unclear to public health officials which presents the greater threat to McHenry County: Starvation and famine? Or obesity and heart disease? Oh the humanity!

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