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(AZCentral)   Brave Arizona Republicans defend the God-given constitutional right of airplanes to fly over large holes in the ground   (azcentral.com) divider line 7
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2012-06-30 06:11:37 PM
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Fortunately, this provision ensures that visitors who
might otherwise be unable to explore the Grand
Canyon, particularly the elderly, disabled and our
nation's wounded warriors,
will be able to continue to enjoy the Canyon in one of the most unique ways possible."

Reality -

About 70 percent of the Grand Canyon visitors who take the helicopter and plane tours are foreign
tourists ....


It's all about the money.
2012-07-01 08:26:56 AM
2 votes:
This is another step in the hillbillyfication of America. Recently, this kind of story has been about the right of hordes of hillbillies to roar their ATVs, dirt bikes, and other noisy, smelly machines over pristine wilderness. Their idea of a pristine wilderness is a kind of woodsy Disneyland, where nobody can question your right to be a loud, rude jackass. Suck down your 64 ounce big gulp and then let go of it. If Disneyland doesn't have the sense to put a trashcan in the spot where you let it go, then some Disneyland flunkie emerges from a hiding place and scurries over to pick it up for you. Please, Mr. Hillbilly, do whatever you want. You are spending money, and that gives you unlimited rights. Fark you, man, they ain't even 60 miles uh trails in this Disneyland national park, I wanna nother 60, an' I wan' a Taco Bell out here too. An' the toilets ain't got seats wide 'nough fer my fat ass. Farkin' I pay taxes an' I got a right tuh liberty an' shiat.

This hillbilly nation now looks at every square inch of the country--the world--in the same way. "Fark you, I pay taxes, so I can come in here, shiat all over everything, throw a wad of bills, and leave. I'm a farkin' Murican farkin' get the fark out of my farkin' way. BURRRP. I wanna a hot dog. I wanna 40 ounce Bud Light. I wanna fly *burp* inna Gran' Canyon. An' I wan'...*burp*...I wan' bigger toilet seats. Farkin' Wal Mart got better toilets'n this."

Carl's Junior thanks you for shopping at Carl's Junior. Carl's Junior believes in the dignity of our national wilderness. You are a bad citizen. Fark you!
2012-07-01 01:37:18 AM
1 votes:

Boatmech: Fortunately, this provision ensures that visitors who
might otherwise be unable to explore the Grand
Canyon, particularly the elderly, disabled and our
nation's wounded warriors, will be able to continue to enjoy the Canyon in one of the most unique ways possible."

Reality -

About 70 percent of the Grand Canyon visitors who take the helicopter and plane tours are foreign
tourists ....

It's all about the money.


Oh, no, it's all about JOBS: But tour operators and their supporters in Congress said the bill stops government bureaucrats from imposing onerous regulation on an industry that provides 1,250 jobs in northern Arizona and the Las Vegas area.

Of course, if it's true that another rider in the bill COST the area 10,000 jobs, that's a net loss of 8,750 jobs, but hey! Gotta keep those air tourists happy!
2012-07-01 01:12:52 AM
1 votes:
Seeing the Grand Canyon from a helicopter instead of the ground is like seeing a dolphin at Sea World instead of the wild.

Las Vegas and Phoenix are the festering assholes of the American Southwest.
2012-06-30 06:23:10 PM
1 votes:
The only natural wonder this country recognizes is money. Bow down, America, and worship Mammon.
2012-06-30 05:49:10 PM
1 votes:
Sec. 100122. Roll-your-own cigarette machines

Inserted into the same Highway bill effectively shuts down all ROY cig shops more than 10,000 jobs lost. Primarily because small business was getting scraps left over from RJR and 7-Eleven.
2012-06-30 11:50:19 AM
1 votes:
FTFA: The legislation, backed by Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Harry Reid, D-Nev., was quietly inserted into a massive transportation bill

The real story here is that congress is still brazenly engaging in fraud and extortion. -- and representatives see nothing wrong with that.
 
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