Hey dude, I didn't declare a Drought Emergency based on bit-below-average snowpacks and the "possibility of being in drought conditions", all for political purposes. Somebody else did that. I brought it up because the actual facts never ever supported such a declaration, and used that to illustrate why we should stick to Real Actual Factual Stuff when discussing things of social import.
I just gave you two posts full of the actual facts, that declaring our drought conditions is more about snowpack, and not average rainfall.
You do know that there's a REALLY big mountain range that runs through the middle of the state that keeps the large majority of rainfall from reaching central and eastern WA? You know, like where all the farms are? The farms that need the snowpack fed rivers and tributaries to feed their farms? The part of the state that does go through droughts because of this very obvious natural barrier?
So yeah if you'd actually like to bring some actual facts to the conversation other than the misinformation that rainfall = no drought, then I'm all ears.
Also, if you don't want people to think you're making a post about politics, maybe..................just maybe leave out criticisms of politicians.