Re “Simulation suggests ways to solve water woes” (Page B3, Sept. 9): I look at the water crisis and see an opportunity to make the great state of California even greater. It is why I ran for Congress two years ago. It was sad how I was laughed out of the running due to my direct answers to basic questions.
It seems I set the tone, however, as the water problems that I mentioned were coming are now here – though it irks me that no one has claimed credit or run with an idea I mentioned during my campaign.
Perhaps most of the uneducated and idiotic people out there were confused by my big words. I will make it simpler. Building a dam in the Bay Area at the chokepoint of the Delta will solve the water problems by stopping salt water from going south. It is a complicated problem for a population with a near zero understanding of how water works.
Currently, the politicians everyone elected are lying to us. If you want to see a holocaust in California, then don’t change a thing.
Troy McComak, Modesto