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Originally posted by LostNemesis
Aw come on, we were just trying to share a little HOPE. (Not the Obama kind)
No joke, eh? They really wanna own all water. Lovely.
"This is a huge step toward restoring the Clean Water Act's safety net for prairie potholes and well over 20 million acres of wetlands throughout the United States that provide critical habitat for waterfowl and other fish and wildlife," Ducks Unlimited Executive Vice president Don Young said in a statement urging passage.
But the bill has also stirred up a hornets' nest of opposition from private property rights advocates, municipal, county and state governments, ranchers and private developers. In addition to the National Association of Counties, opponents include the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the American Farm Bureau, the National Cattlemen's Association and the National Association of Home Builders.
Originally posted by burntheships
Water is a battle ground no doubt. Water water everywhere, not a drop to drink.
TPTB are rutheless, and will overpower, overthrow every last thing...make no mistake. How could a person possible have a fighting chance without water?
If they supply the water, they flouridite it. They "purify" it. Right?
If you own property, I suggest digging a well, and if you do not have a pond, I suggest creating one. More later, will be interested to see this thread grow.