Pulled that Ad? Don't you just love campaign ads that backfire, and I really love the ones that grab an old familiar phrase like we just thought this one up.
It's time for you tree huggers to take the gloves of and defend your wasteful mismanagement of America's National Forest.
I'm responding to Dennis Barnard's letter dated July 11, regarding the "Windriver Bear Dog Program". I read his letter, which basically was a complaint against...
...or environmental cost. When a clearly viable alternative source exits to efficiently meet our needs Learn to spell it Chakachamna and write and call your local and state officials and teach them how to spell it, too. Dennis Barnard Kenai
...than we have done in the past 25 years. This could easily be marketed to the G-7 or 8 and maybe, just maybe, we could have the big boy we already have in our corner continue to deliver. Deal or no deal? Dennis Barnard Kenai
...professional, compassionate solution. Our Department of Fish and Game's solution to hassle the people is a very rank amateur approach, and typical of their very myopic tactics. When are we going to get some real pros? Dennis Barnard Kenai
...activities and surrender those fish to the state and processing must be available for this catch. And if that isn?t enough to stop there greed, we?ll have them surrender all dead chickens from longlining. Dennis Barnard Kenai
...and public to begin with, even if you think you have earned them and they should be yours anyway. No problem just pony up and take the risk like everyone else, that way we can avoid the old double-standard thing. Dennis Barnard Kenai
...perfect for hydro so greenies might squeal, but it?s that or coal. Maybe we should ask former President Jimmy Carter if it would be OK to make a little of the Lake Clark Wilderness wet and save the fresh air. Dennis Barnard Kenai
...that is already our money. I bet they would pay that much a year just to pump their oil down our pipeline. Do we have a leader with the courage to pick up these dice and give them a roll? Maybe somebody will step up. Dennis Barnard Kenai
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