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Oregon rancher receives government request to survey his property – read his brilliant response

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 Iamawake    241
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So many people cave in and bend over backwards to accommodate the most ridiculous requests of federal and state governments, but this story is a reminder of how we all should respond when bureaucrats come knocking at our doors.

Recently, Oregon ranchers Larry and Amanda Anderson received a letter by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife asking for permission to survey their land in order to track a nearly endangered species. The letter requested use of the landowners’ creek to document the amphibian life represented, specifically the foothill yellow-legged frog which is noted to have recently declined in population. If the Anderson’s agreed to give the department access, they were ensured as being responsible for “the conservation of this important species.”

But the Andersons weren’t exactly interested and noticed an opportunity to turn the tables on the request and apply a little “Golden Rule” justice, or at least doing unto the government as is so often done unto them.

The Andersons constructed one of the best come-back letters of all time. The only way to truly appreciate it is to read it in its entirety:

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/markmeckler/2016/06/oregon-rancher-receives-government-request-to-survey-his-property-read-his-brilliant-response/

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 Brio    1,035

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The Center for Biological Diversity has been known to plant yellow legged frogs in areas previously uninhabited by YLF in order to get legal control for pushing to have USF&W designated endangered habitat.

Huh.

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 Quick1966    1,027

"The Center for Biological Diversity has been known to plant yellow legged frogs in areas previously uninhabited by YLF in order to get legal control for pushing to have USF&W designated endangered habitat."

Yeah I noticed that as well. To be honest it really isn't that surprising.

 

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