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From the info I have seen, the Bundy Ranch invasion is a standard Ahab / Jezebel land grab where they kill the rightful owner because Ahab wants the vineyard.

The Federal gov. has been drilling exploratory wells around the Bundy ranch property. Supposedly the land is good for fracking. Harry Reid's son, Rory, reps for some Chinese company and got a $5,000,000,000 ($5B) gov contract to put a solar power plant on the Bundy Ranch, but the cattle are in the way. Bundy's family has an uninterrupted chain of documentation from their acquisition of the water rights 140 years ago up to this day, which means they have grazing rights as well. Well water rights wars set the stage for Fed involvement, and the Fed "kindly" offered to provide arbitrators to help assign water rights and the ranchers voluntarily donated money to support the arbitration. THe Fed then unilaterally changed that into grazing fees and Federal ownership of the land by manipulations over time, but ranchers who can show an uninterrupted use of the water and grazing cannot be defrauded of their use of the land, and there is a court judgment to that effect, so Bundy has collected the necessary docs.

So the publicly stated excuse is, the Fed is claiming cattle harm some desert turtle the Fed is killing anyway, and that Bundy should pay the Fed's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) $1,000,000 to graze his cattle there on his own land. They also have said he can only have 150 cattle. Try to make a living like that. I don't know how many head of cattle it takes to break even but here you can't make money with less than 100,000 chickens -- unless you just want an occasional egg for breakfast. Bundy isn't going to survive on 150 head. He had something like 900 before they started killing them. Left the calves to starve on the desert. carcasses all over. Bastards.

So obviously it is an Obama-Nation slapstick tradegy comedy with money for Obama and his corrupt cronies at the bottom of it. Actually he has come up with more excuses and lies on this one than on Benghazi. Guess there he was only killing our warriors, now there is $5B for his greedy pocket at stake.

So the BLM rolled 200 militarily armed and armored personnel complete with armored vehicles and missile (16 each) bearing attack choppers in last week, sealed off the Bundy ranch, started rustling and killing his cattle, and just when the Reid family was grinning from ear to ear about that fresh $5B they were going to pocket at Bundy's expense these no good meddling ranchers showed up on horseback in full tak and in pickup trucks armed with scoped rifles, accompanied by a pile of concerned citizens unarmed on foot. They walked right up to the fence and ordered the BLM to leave. The BLM objected. They pointed out that they were not afraid to shoot. The BLM left.

So the whole thing is a clear set up to grab Bundy's ranch. And the BLM is a bunch of brazen puppets licking Reid's feet. He might even offer them a dollar or two for the ones that die. The word in the BLM was yeah we can take them but which of us is going to die first?

As it turns out, the Fed also has some nutcase green terrorist "Wliderness Plan" with the stated long term goal of turning 50% of North American land back to "wildlife only" with no citizens permitted on the land. Yeah, half the continent. This involves evicting about 1,200 more ranches to take their land. It would give the Fed a place they could operate in absolute secrecy, as no citizen oversight would be allowed. They could do anything in there. Use your imagination.

Reid won't give up on getting his quickie $5B, so the BLM are camped around the Bundy ranch again, preparing for a "Raid".

I don't suppose Texas has some spare Jack Rabbits they can lend us to chase off these rattlesnakes for good? 

The really offensive thing here, is these BLM guys are calling themselves Rangers. That is just not right.
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Gettin' kinda slow this morning at the Fort Wayne Newspapers.....  Council Paves Way for street Resurfacing. OK, so yeah, I thought it was cute.

http://www.fortwayne.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20140416/NEWS/320140806/1005/EMAIL-DAILY
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OK. Am I the only one who lets the Angry Birds Friends music keep playing while he finishes answering blog posts until he gets around to going back to the game?
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Oh, but he grazes his cattle outside in the clean environment, not inside in little boxes with puss infused milk and huge amounts of antibiotics. No, Bundy's meat is safe to eat, and not Corporate GMO toxins. We can't have a safe source of non-corporate institutionalized meat for people!!!!
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Groaner: The Cosmonaut

A Russian cosmonaut has an emergency during his reentry into earth's atmosphere and his space craft crash lands in the Australian bush, way out in the middle of nowhere.

After what seems like an eternity, he wakes up in a bush hospital clinic, very rustic and dirty, with foul smells, and he is bandaged from head to foot. He sees a very large, somewhat gruff-looking nurse approaching him as he lay in his cot.

"Did I come here to die?" he says with a deep sense of resignation and fear.

"No," the Aussie nurse replies. "You came here yesterday."

Received from Stan Kegel.

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"To die" sounds like Today
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