Magpie Central. Taken about a week ago.

2/10/13

Where To File It

Talking about the disgust I have for those who got us here. Make no mistake this mentality started in force with the killer bush and his band of looters and pillagers with the help of the so called Democrats. 

Perpetual war and fear with few saying no and only those same few calling out the bullshit. The legitimate blame for actions like this can find a home in a lot of places. Merkans will continue to give what is theirs so the war machine and the 1% can continue to have theirs and more of ours.

No way this should happen and this is just in Colorado. The effects of previous cuts were easy to see anyway. BLM lands is where I've noticed it more.

See any drone cuts anywhere to help out our financially strapped nation?? Why can't you get it!

LINK

Proposed cuts to National Park Service properties in Colorado:
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park -- $82,000
Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site -- $59,000
Colorado National Monument -- $93,000
Curecanti National Recreation Area -- $198,000
Dinosaur National Monument -- $170,000
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument -- $46,000
Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve -- $113,000
Hovenweep National Monument -- $27,000
Mesa Verde National Park -- $321,000
Rocky Mountain National Park and Cache La Poudre -- $623,000
Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site -- $41,000
Yucca House National Monument -- $5,000
Source: National Park Service director's memo, released by Coalition of National Park Service Retirees 

6 comments:

  1. Make the parks less friendly, clean, accessable, educational, and a smaller portion of the public will go. Let the mining and drilling crews in, few will notice, few will care, few will miss the wild and beauty.

    In Kansas, pope Brownback has closed a couple state lakes and parks to save money. I imagine they will sell them one day.

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  2. I would assume the same. Was going to say something along those lines. The 1% wants these lands something fierce.

    Point is too and it was the same during bush. These people do pretty much what they want because they can.

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  3. Big money has always wanted control over the parks and the BLM. Lumber/Mineral/Water, not to mention just plain ole real estate. This is just another way they're inching away "our" park system... The parks & arts will take a hit... Hate this very much!!!!! Will write, vote, petition, march... whatever is needed.

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  4. That is the most colorful dragonfly I think I have ever seen in my life!

    Grand Mesa National Forest and Park lost money several years ago. A contract company now provides the concern and care of the park. The people who work for the contract company LOVE their jobs. Let's hope something like that happens for these other much loved places.

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com

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  5. I hope so too Linda.

    These are the color you see most here and I do not think I've ever seen one sitting.

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  6. Thanks for the full-disclosure that it was dead. lol Are they like cicadas, then?

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