Tombstone, Arizona – Up the creek without a…creek. Or any other water…
The U.S. Forest Service is blocking residents of Tombstone, Ariz. from repairing waterlines damaged by storms and wildfires last year. Why? Because restoring the lines that bring spring water from the mountains could endanger the Mexican spotted owl. Really. Oh, and the Chiricahua leopard frog too.
Safe drinking water? Water to fight fires? Pfft. Suck it up, Tombstone. The spotted owls need you. (Not that there are any left after the storms and fires destroyed their habit.)
Right now residents have one option: the Forest Service will permit them to fix the damaged waterlines if they agree to “use horses and hand tools to remove boulders the size of Volkswagens.”
Once again, the worship of Mother Gaia trumps mankind’s struggle to survive. A spotted freakin’ owl? Are you kidding me? How many times are they going to play that card?
These leftists morons have to be stopped, and we can start in November.
days until Obama is gone
(6053 hours : 18 minutes : 07 seconds)
- Federal Government Is Keeping Tombstone, Arizona From Accessing Drinking Water (thedaleygator.wordpress.com)
- Arizona to battle Feds over water rights (werefuse.com)
- O.K. Corral II: Town fights feds for water to drink (wnd.com)
- We’re From The Government. We’re Here To Help. (maxredline.typepad.com)