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Old 02-14-2013, 09:51 AM
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Default Re: Hunting and Fishing on Federal Lands a Priority in New Legislation

Reading the TRCP agenda is disturbing, a quote from the agenda "Formulate a strategy to continue to influence policy that will guide renewable energy development, particularly wind and solar energy, on public lands." These windmill farms are a dead zone for birds, a thousand acres of swishing noise and a eyesore as far as the eye can see. Don't believe me? Ask the Kennedy's of Massachusetts and anybody else along the Eastern seaboard who fought to keep them out. So why would we want this where we go to play???

And about Theodore Roosevelt, he was a dandy from New York who moved out west briefly to help garner votes to win the presidency. He was also a progressive (code word for socialist).

Don't care for these political discussions on the forum, wish they were banned permanently.

Dave
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