posted on Apr, 13 2014 @ 01:57 PM
reply to post by CaticusMaximus
We are talking about grazing cattle on public land.
I believe that "public land" was once private land, Bundys, correct? It was "rezoned" (stolen) by the government, and then said government started
demanding he make payments to them to use his own land.
The issue here is not as superficial as some of you are making it out to be. There is some depth here, and take off the top layer and youll see this
is not about cattle grazing, its about stemming corruption and slapping back the over-reaching hand of the rogue government regime that claims to have
power over The People.
This is about The People making a stand against that corruption.
I respect all those there making a stand for freedom, especially so up against armed goons with no guarantee of safety.
edit on 4/12/2014 by CaticusMaximus because: (no reason given)
All that, and for me, personally, I don't understand why some rancher in the middle of nowhere, or anyone else for that matter, is expected to obey
laws, when the very people who write the laws don't obey half the laws they write. The Feds seem to think no one notices the lawlessness/corruption
in politics. We do notice it, and many of us resent the hell out of it, especialy while being expected to take their side because some dude's cow's
are eating government grass for free. Boo-hoo. Stop violating the constitutional rights of citizens, clean up the massive corruption in DC, and
maybe we can worry about delinquent grazing fees on the part of cow ranchers later. Until then, I really don't care what any branch of our criminal
government says. Go cry to someone who cares about your precious unpaid grazing fees, fees which are 1/3 the cost of the operation to try to get the
fees. That makes good government sense right there.