Today on Segment 16, the guys talk about some news about the Nestle factory where they bottle water in Michigan. They'd made a request to increase their water consumption, and they were denied. Should we benefit from a company's MASSIVE consumption of our natural resources?

We're all for capitalism, and everyone should be allowed to make money, that's great. But when there's massive consumption of our natural resources (such as bottling our water), shouldn't there be some compensation to the state where those resources come from?

We have a lot of water, that's why Nestle is here. But our state is falling apart. We're a mess. Shouldn't we be getting some money back for all this water being consumed by them for profit? We could, just maybe, fix some of the BROKE-ASS ROADS that are EVERYWHERE in the state.

Just an idea.