Over the Labor Day weekend, Nevada state Sen. Mo Denis penned one of the strangest op-ed pieces you’ll ever read.
It’s all about the racism of air pollution preying upon Hispanic children throughout the nation.
What can we do about this atmospheric racism, you ask?
According to Sen. Denis you must support Sen. Harry Reid and encourage (by legislative force?) NV Energy to use even more renewable energy.
Sen. Denis concludes: "Here is my commitment: Next year in Carson City, I will work with my colleagues to ensure that Nevada’s abundant, clean, renewable energy resources are developed in a responsible manner, and importantly, stabilize our energy rates while ensuring the vitality of our community by protecting public health. With your help, we can create clean energy jobs to help struggling Nevadans take care of their families. That will help all of us."
With all due respect to Sen. Denis, who I am sure is a fine fellow and all — I have no freakin’ idea what the last paragraph means. Hope that doesn’t make me a racist, like the atmosphere.