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    'cause there ain't no water. The latest atrocity visited by the Feds on AZ: HISTORIC WESTERN TOWN OF TOMBSTONE FIGHTS FEDS OVER ITS VERY EXISTENCE

    Yep, that's right. Long recognized access to property in the Huachuca Mountains owned and maintained by the town of Tombstone that provides drinking water and water for fire protection/suppression has now been denied by officials of the obama administration; well, unless the townsfolk want to saddle up and dig their trenches by hand. But there are far more sinister implications to this despicable government overreach...
     
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    Obama has a way of making states who don't kiss his ass pay. Look what he did to the Gulf states and oil. Shut all new drilling down by federal proclamation.

    It's time to get rid of dictator Obama and his DNC co-conspirators who have declared wars on unfriendly-to-socialistic-commies states.

    The only way to do that is by unseating the wannabe Maos in November.
     
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    I'm up for that!
     
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    If you'd bother reading the article, Tombstone owns the land they want to work on. The Feds are stonewalling permits to access that private inholding, despite there never having been an issue prior to this administration.
     
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    clearly you did not understand what you read. The city owns the pipes and such infrastructure, not the land.
     
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    They went before a judge and the judge decided Tombstone did not establish an urgency to override the need to get a permit
     
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    What it all boils down to is the town needs to fix this water thing, but the Big Gov bureaucracy is worried about the rare Spotted Dung Beetle and needs to make sure the town doesn't harm the Spotted Dung Beetle and it's habitat in the process.
     
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    That is basically it

    People don't realize how protected the Arizona desert is. You just don't run in a bulldozer and start tearing crap up. Tombstone knows this as well as anyone. There are also archeological sites in the Huachuca Mountains that are protected
     
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    So you consider protecting some obscure beast or plant, or some archaeological site more vital and important than the survival of human beings?
     

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