Skip to comments.A modest proposal for protection of threatened species (Agricola americanus)
Posted on 06/13/2010 10:13:30 AM PDT by jazusamo
’ regulate interstate commerce ‘ was to make commerce regular...not what these progressives dream of
Yep, progressives twist the interstate commerce clause to enable them to enact any whim of a law they come up with.
If you interfere with any of these 2269 species you risk a felony charge - you had better know how to identify each and every one, and make sure you steer clear.
All too true...This list has gotten completely out of control thanks in a large part to the enviro nazis.
Its common name is "American farmer or rancher."Thanks jazusamo.
Apropos of nothing, when the guy doing the aerial spraying of a certain pesticide on the potato fields of the farm I used to work on was asked “How can you tell if you get a dose of that?”, he simply said, “ You stop breathing”...
In the environmentalist's zealous and misguided effort to "protect" that which he loves, he in fact threatens that which he is -- human.
By the way, I just got back from another 10 days out in the field (started back in mid-April). On this 10-day stint, I surveyed parts of the Sierra Nevada near Bridgeport, and got American dipper, calliope hummingbird, northern goshawk, and sooty grouse, among other great birds.
And best of all, three out of the seven bird surveyors (including myself) are conservatives.
Maybe there's hope for this crowd! LOL!
Thanks, Fly. I thought it was pretty good being it was written by a retired professor from the San Francisco area. LOL!
When I lived in So CA I made many trips to the Sierras to fish and just camp out and enjoy the country, the Bridgeport area is fantastically beautiful.
Three out of seven being conservatives is almost unbelievable! :-)
And I'm slowly working for a fourth conservative. A young Chico State grad keeps spouting the liberal line, but whenever I (privately and respectfully) represent the conservative position to her, she seems to listen and often agrees.
It strikes me that these young grads have been brainwashed, but it is possible to show them the light. They respect me (I'm the best birder by far of the group of surveyors) so they actually seem to listen to me when we talk privately about political subjects.
Of course, they might just be humoring me -- for some, I'm old enough to be their dad! LOL!
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