Ever noticed that when the Fed owns lands out west they fail maintain them, the news reports firefighters are attempting put out a wildfire supposedly sparked by dry conditions and lightening, next thing you know exist other separate fires and viewing the maps how strategically located those fires are? Odd it is the Fed is often the one obtaining those surrounding lands of people having abandoned their homes due those fires. Odd it is to occasionally realize shortly before such fires strange lights appearing to be flares falling from the skies in such locations are reported. Ever hear of Magnesium Flares?
Also consider exist people having lands seized by the Fed due reports of endangered species of which despite fact that biologists examining such land fail locate any and clearly state such lands could not possibly sustain such animals as the reported "Endangered Frog", etc., and control of those lands fail be returned to the land owner?
Tell you what! You view some of the pamphlets Hunters acquire annually with pages requesting on reports a spotting of an endangered species. Rather than capture, breed and later release they choose seize control of the lands instead. Perhaps if I spot one, I report it, keep my mouth shut, or, breaks out the pellet rifle and dispose of it for that reason, take your pick! Harry Reid and the Fed can fuck themselves where that stunt's concerned.
FBI may be the only Federal entity I trust and possess faith in. The rest of the Fed I regard as the most corrupt criminals in the nation!
That's all you have to say? A tired cliché? You should not have bothered, I know I am an old white racist. But you know what? This "magical" word has no effect on me - I am not a brainwashed (emasculated) by political correctness American. I judge people by their brains and integrity.
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