Emperor Obama Doesn’t Like You Using His Seashore

The strong arm of government tyranny strikes again

(Human Events) Planning a vacation this summer to Miami’s Biscayne Bay for a little fishing?

Think again, because the National Park Service wants to set aside a large swath of the pristine area as a marine reserve zone, so you might have to leave the fishing poles at home. And the boat.

Perhaps horseback riding is more your speed and the family plans to ride through California’s Sequoia or Kings Canyon National Parks? Sorry, but all of the permits were pulled for those activities this summer.

Or maybe you just want to lounge on the soft sands of North Carolina’s Outer Banks and read a novel, fly a kite with the kids, toss a Frisbee to the dog, and watch dad catch some fish? No, no, no and no.

The extrem-enviros have sued and lobbied the Central Government, ruining it for everyone. Unshockingly, this has caused lost revenue by local businesses as well as layoffs. This will affect tourism.

“The federal government needs to remember that Cape Hatteras was established to be a recreational area for the American people,” (Walter B.) Jones (R-NC) said. “But taxpayers can’t recreate without access to the beach. The goal of management ought to be a balanced approach between visitor access and species protection.”

Obama and his extremists don’t care. Well, at least till they are restricted from using these areas. Make sure to read the whole article.

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One Response to “Emperor Obama Doesn’t Like You Using His Seashore”

  1. Dana says:

    Why bother with the restrictions? In the Obama economy, you won’t be able to afford to go on vacation anyway, and even if you get time off — perhaps unwillingly — you won’t be able to afford the gas to go anywhere.

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