I'm not a smart man, but I know that evil only exist when good men do
Wow, talk about a pack full of vague platitudes. They fought and died for your
blah, blah, blah. . . I took an oath to uphold blah, blah, blah. . . The
dictates of blah, blah, blah. . . They are trying to take your blah, blah, blah.
. . Okay, after reading this I have absolutely no idea what this
commissioner is complaining about other then it has something to do with prairie
dogs and conservation. He talks about some unidentified groups that are suing
the federal government to make money. Okay. Who? And what was the case? He talks
about some iron curtains to keep some critters from gnawing on bones. Okay, so
why is this happening? Details commissioner, details. You can't
assume that everyone knows what your talking about, especially happenings in
iron county. And the prairie dog.
Mark - You need to reread the article if you see blah blah blah. It is
refreshing to read a politician's comments that aren't self serving
bull. Our representatives are elected to REPRESENT our interests not to restrict
our freedom based on some fringe groups ridiculous agenda to "protect" a
species that is not endangered. The people who work for the organizations that
come up with the UPRIP type plans are all about protecting their jobs not the
species.It's all a racket and it will only end when county commissioners
and other politicians, with support from the citizens, step up in the interest
of their constituents and say NO! Not on my watch!
"It's all a racket and it will only end when county commissioners and
other politicians, with support from the citizens, step up in the interest of
their constituents and say blah. . . blah. . . blahAre you kidding.
Not on my watch? Wow, talk about platitudes. And vagueness: "The people who work for the organizations that come up with the
UPRIP type plans are all about protecting their jobs not the species"Really? The people? The organizations? Can you back up anything you just
said? No wonder you liked this politicians comments.
All I know is that Cedar had a beautiful golf course in which these
"endangered" prairie dogs have basically ruined (unless thing have
changed in the last few years).
The past 30 years is enough to back up my comments. It is as much as the war on
drugs and the war on poverty and no more productive.