“Let them eat cake” is the attitude of the Town of Cohocton, New York. Causing a farming township in a rural county to exhibit the rancor of a peoples’ rebellion. What is all the fuss about, you ask? Growing corn, milking cows and digging potatoes may not seem too exciting, but when the manure of absentee corporate carpetbaggers meets the cronyism of agribusiness avarice, the general public suffers the costs of a disastrous financial and environmental impact. This is no Hatfields and McCoys feud. The arrogance and capricious disregard for community opposition to an ill-conceived wind turbine project on a scale that would rival the intensive concentration of a worm farm, is down right criminal.