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The hundreds of loggers, farmers and ranchers who came off their farms and out of the forests and fields to circle Oregon’s capitol in protest of their government’s force-fed climate bill yesterday, didn’t just take a classic stand for the Beaver State, but for all other states in the union.
Their major protest proved for once and for all that you don’t learn anything useful about The Environment sitting behind a desk in an air-conditioned government office, you can only learn it by working the land dusk ‘til dawn.
Falutin - Politicians - Hands - Soil - Farmers
High falutin’ politicians never dirty their hands in the soil. Farmers, loggers and ranchers dig into the earth, respecting and nurturing it for what it really is—an absolute Godsend.
Kudos to all laborers of the land for driving the point home in Oregon yesterday: Farms Feed Cities; tinkering with that social justice propaganda called Global Warming/Climate change is tinkering with the lives and jobs of the very people government was elected to serve.
Rain - Hats - Flags - Signs - Sayings
“Standing in the rain, many wore hard hats or held American flags. Most had signs, with sayings such as “rural lives matter,” “make Oregon ours again” and “they walked for me,” referring to Senate Republicans.”
“It was one of the largest rallies of the 2019 legislative session, complete with flags, signs and songs and made all the more overwhelming by the blaring of horns from the constant stream of semi-trucks, pickups and farm equipment that circled the Capitol for several hours.”
Greenhouse - Gas - Emissions - Bill - Masses
So obsessed with forcing their greenhouse gas emissions cap-and-trade bill on the masses, 18 Senate Democrats and Oregon Democrat Governor Kate Brown sicced the cops on 12 Republicans who absconded, trying to draw from them their needed quorum.
None of the Republicans out on the lam were successfully...
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