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Do fish, wolves get more respect than people on the Kenai?

Posted: January 24, 2012 - 9:53am

Governor, I recognize that there are apparently no administrative regulations defining what constitutes an adequate "public meeting" when considering a health care certificate of need application, but when too many people show up for a public hearing on fish, your administration sets on an additional hearing. The same for wolf control, and Bears and sometimes apparently even for Moose and controlled burns. Why then is it that when a public hearing to discuss health care on the Central Kenai Peninsula, is set on for a facility not large enough to accommodate the people who want to participate, and just before the end of the comment period, that the comment period cannot be extended to permit an additional public meeting in a facility large enough to accommodate the public process by the very public who will be affected by either the approval or disapproval of the application, in order to extend the same respect for the human residents that is given to the fish and wildlife?

Even though apparently not required, would not the extension of at least the pretense that the government wants to hear from the local residents on a local health care issue which affects them not be appropriate?

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Jerry
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Jerry 01/24/12 - 03:22 pm
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It sounds like those that are

It sounds like those that are in control want to remain in control, no matter whether its fish & game or those apposed to another medical clinic.

One(as in those that are in control) has to be careful not to allow to much Free opinion expressing, other wise control of the PEOPLES may be compromised, or lost.

The Kings Animals do have more rights than the Kings Peoples, thats why we abort over 6000 of the Kings citizines, unborn babies, every day.
All aided by the Kings treasury, which is filled by those that harm the Kings Precious Animals and are caught doing so, that would be US doing both.

So in answer to the Question: Do fish, wolves and other nature have more respect than Humans?
Thats a GR8 BIG YES!

Thats the inside out, upside down Dream Act of those that seek to control everything & everyone, what a mess & we keep voting for it.
Ron "Tater Salad" White said it all, "Ya Can't Fix Stupid."

Raoulduke
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Raoulduke 01/24/12 - 04:46 pm
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powers

I do not understand how the abortion of 6000 fetus got brought into this topic.I for one agree with pro-choice,and feel that women should HAVE that choice.After all it IS the women's body,not a man's.Ya can't fix stupid is right,but the people keep reelecting,or electing the same type of candidate.Expecting different results.Which is defined as insanity.

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peter_pan2k 01/24/12 - 08:07 pm
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Fish and wolves

Let's see. kill wolf, go to jail. kick a fish, go to jail. kick a dog, go to jail. Wolf eats dog, no problem. Bear eats man, move bear. Fish are cared for by ADFG, NOAA, DEPARMENT OF INTERIOR at the cost of billions a year. Homeless man gets the boot. Go figure?????

Jerry
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Jerry 01/25/12 - 11:19 am
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Whats got me worried with

Whats got me worried with this pro-choice thingy is that i can see the govt. use of this for us OLD folks, with Soilent Green's food chips hanging in the back of my mind.
Its called pro choice killing of the Unwanted OLD.

Funny how animals are more valuable than we humans, when it comes to killing & the govt. makes the pro-choice for animals & many humans agree.

Hang in there trouble is coming real soon, when it will matter what choice ya make for the govt. with either a pro vote for life, or a con vote leading to death, only one vote allowed with eternal consiquences.

Ever wonder how long we will be allowed to express our opinions freely like this, and arn't ya glad your mom didn't take the pro-choice attitude?

I some times wonder off and consider the possible rights for moms to make this choice at later times in their childs life, say up to the age of 50 even, then i realize thats wrong as well.

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Raoulduke 01/25/12 - 05:58 am
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animals

The animals feed the human.Which makes these animals rather important for life.Regulating,and caring for these animals guarantee a renewable resource. Unless one cares to eat other humans.

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