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Why Bundy Ranch Is Just the Beginning

MarkS6 Wrote: Apr 30, 2014 9:30 AM
Ben, I think you're not giving Mr. Bundy adequate credit for his position on the BLM land grab. Despite Mr. Bundy's somewhat unsophisticated political comments, I believe this story, which has suffered from short term media interest, has great consequence for every American. Moreover, Mr. Bundy appears to be a principled citizen and deserves to have a fair hearing in our Court system - - all the way to the Supremes if needed. I've used some info from several sources and compiled my own summary of what appear to me to be important aspects of the legal issue. It is available here: https://ymlp.com/zrIWto. I hope I've added a few valid reasons to keep the issue in the public eye so a solution is achieved to the benefit of all Americans. I would appreciate any further comments that you or your readers may care to offer.
Good comments Diane. I agree with you. Todd Akin had won the support of a majority of his potential voting constituency. That alone should earn him the right to a more thoughtful hearing of the issue before being tossed under the bus, by those allied with him in many of his other principles. Mr. Akin showed further backbone by admitting and apologizing for a foolish comment. As Andrew Jackson said, "Any man worth his salt will stick up for what he believes right, but it takes a slightly better man to acknowledge instantly and without reservation that he is in error". For Akin’s allies to be stampeded by the Progressive attacks, unfortunately says more about his allies than about Mr. Akin.
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Roberts' Ruling Took Guts

MarkS6 Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 11:32 AM
Jonah, I’ve read your analysis and others of the SCOTUS ruling and am still left somewhat at loose ends. As is clear from many of the emotional comments to your own article here, this ruling has many Citizens greatly upset. As someone who finds ObamaCare and Obama-Think pretty abhorrent, I wonder if there isn’t a pony somewhere under this pile of crosstalk. My thoughts, apparently a little too long for the "Comments" section, can be found here: http://marks.blogtownhall.com .
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