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Is “more” better?

WOW MORE IS BETTER?
 
by Pearl Rains-Hewett
Posted 2/14/2014
 
REALLY? SHALL WE APPEAL TO THE GENERATION OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC WHERE MORE IS ALWAYS BETTER?
Ask any five year old on TV.
 
THE IGNORANCE OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON “MORE” IS NO EXCUSE (examples follow)
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Shall we ask the GENERAL PUBLIC IF WE NEED MORE public access to  BEACHES IN HAWAII?
 
FACT
With a few limited exceptions carved out to accommodate the federal government, all beaches in Hawaii are open to the public: “they belong to no one and 
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Shall we ask the GENERAL PUBLIC IF WE NEED MORE ENDANGERED SPECIES PROTECTION IN HAWAII?
 
FACT
Oct 22, 2012 – From the Hawaii Free Press October 18, 2012.Endangered Species: Feds Grab for 18766 Acres on Big Island 15 Big Island species proposed 
 
FACT
Jun 11, 2012 – Proposal Would Also Protect 271,000 Acres for RareHawaii Plants Species Act. The agency is also proposing to protect 271,062 acres
 
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Shall we ask for the GENERAL PUBLIC IF WE NEED MORE  public access to  BEACHES  IN OREGON?
 
FACT
Under the Beach Bill enacted in 1967, the public has free and uninterrupted use of the beaches along Oregon´s 362 mile-long coastline
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Shall we ask the GENERAL PUBLIC IF WE NEED MORE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGAINST MINING IN OREGON?
 
FACT
Jun 24, 2013 – The future of mining in Oregon is at risk with the introduction of a bill declaring a four  Critics say it offers littleenvironmental protection  when miners from across the staterallied on the steps of the Oregon Capitol to protest 
 
 
FACT
Given these Oregon DEQ wilderness rules, one could still theoretically mine in an Oregon wilderness area under a valid existing claim, but may be limited to using a broken pick and a three-legged ass (which may well have to wear a diaper). Every other mining technology could be prohibited by the state’s strict wilderness pollution protection regulations.
 
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I feel a song coming on….
 
“MINING IN THE WILDERNESS WITH MY THREE LEGGED ASS”
 
I went down to my mining claim… with my three legged ass, with MY ENVIRONMENTALLY APPROVED  broken pick axe and a KNAPSACK full of ENVIRONMENTALLY APPROVED donkey DEPENDS, TO COVER MY ASS.
 
 

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