Tombstone AZ Water- Agenda 21 will finally finish it?


Agenda 21 hits Tombstone. A few annoying seconds of commercial in the video below, and the story is told. When is America going to wake up and realize what this government is doing to us? Obama sure doesn’t care for Arizona now does he? This is what happens when you cross a Dictator. I wonder why. I just heard that the Supreme Court has decided not to take the case. Update: Fox just posted another good video of their coverage of this story here is the link: Fox News Video Tombstone’s water war

The City of Tombstone is squaring off against the U.S. Forest Service over water rights in a fight to rescue “The Town Too Tough to Die.” Citing the Wilderness Act, the Forest Service is refusing to allow the city to repair its waterlines to mountain springs it has owned for nearly seventy years – and which date back to the 1880s. This refusal is threatening residents, private property and public safety with the risk of a total loss of fire protection and safe drinking water.

 

In a show down between the federal government and the “Town Too Tough to Die,” the U.S. Forest Service is refusing to allow Tombstone to repair its mountain spring water lines after forest fires, floods and torrential mudslides destroyed them in the Monument Fire of 2011. Not content with allowing forest fires to burn down some of the most beautiful land in Arizona, the Forest Service is willing to risk the lives and properties of Tombstone residents and tourists due to the loss of adequate fire suppression capabilities and  safe drinking water More at.Goldwater

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8 Responses to “Tombstone AZ Water- Agenda 21 will finally finish it?”

  1. Always On Watch Says:

    No wheelbarrow was allowed for a period of time because of federal regulations? Are you kidding me?

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Somehow this nonsense never seems to make the news except for a few of us bloggers. Funny isnt it?

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    I heard about this over the weekend and for some reason I am not shocked. Nothing shocks my any more when it comes to Obama and his radical agenda. I didn’t put two and two together with regards to agenda 21 however, but it does sound like that is in play here.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Humans are a burden to the government. We keep getting in the way.

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  3. Z Says:

    Wow, I’m thinking it’s time to put PEOPLE FIRST, folks! “wilderness” is fine in the wilderness, not where people live and where people often ARE. A friend went camping recently in the Grand Canyon area and he said the campgrounds are disappearing because the gov’t ‘s so interested in PRESERVING LAND……….he said everything’s too crowded, old lovely places are closed down to the public. I think some of that’s okay because we want nice open land, but what country survives which thinks more of its land than its people?

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The west owns two thirds of the 13 western states. The only overcrowding is that they have a couple of roads in and out. It our land. Build some more roads!

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  4. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    I wish I could say I am surprised; but I can’t. This type of thing goes on all the time with lands designated “wilderness”. These lands are supposedly being preserved for future generations. We just aren’t told which future generationn that is. I read recently that the border patrol can not use motorized vehicles to pusue illegals and narco-traffickers who use a known wilderness area to cross into the US from Mexico. Unfortunately, most voters (city dwelllers) think “wilderness” is just fine.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      This just might get some attention since it is tombstone. Not a wimper from anyone apparently so far.

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