My Own Take on BLM vs. Bundy

I’m sure Bundy doesn’t have much standing on his case of owing grazing fees. However, there is case law were land owned by one party is used by another party for their use, the other party gains rights to the land since the first party deemed to have abandoned it. And it may apply here since the Government’s last action was 10 years ago. But this whole case does not seem to be about that to me. To me it’s another Nail in the Coffin of a Tyrannical Government action disguised as the gummint wanting its money, but it’s, at least to me, about gummint control. In Bundy’s area there were 53 other cattle farmers. All have been bought using grazing money. Bundy is #54 and the last one standing.

Being the last one, and the gummint wanting clear ownership unencumbered by pesky cattle farmers, the BLM went to extremes to take possession. As it stands now, the Feds own around 90% of Nevada. So one wonders why they have to take repossession of this .000001% (made up to show its meaningless to the whole) of land.

Then there is the father and son Reids with their hand in the cookie jar. (I have read the Chinese solar deal may already be dead.) And remember the new head of BLM has ties to Hairy Reed.

So, as with everything with this Maladministration and Dirty Hairy and Son, what is really going on? As it stands with me, if a Progressive is involved, someone other than a Progressive is going to be screwed. Not a little, but a lot.

The current odds on the second raid with tanks and air assault is just after the 2014 elections. Waco and Ruby Ridge just wasn’t enough.

BTW, Utah’s Governor told BLM not to ship Bundy’s cows there for sale and slaughter.


  1. What Is Senator Harry Reid’s Involvement In Government Assault On Nevada Ranch?
    Let’s start with Reid’s obsession with the case. Just on Monday evening he weighed in again, promising, “This isn’t over.”

    Doesn’t it strike anyone as strange that the U.S. Senate Majority Leader is so obsessed with a small rancher who hasn’t paid grazing fees? Does New York Senator Chuck Schumer get involved publicly when a New York company is late paying rent to the U.S. government?

    Read it all here:

    Note: Wayne Allen Root was a Classmate of BO at Columbia U. He checked to see what classes BO was in compared to his own list. They pretty well matched. But Root doesn’t remember seeing him even though they had the same Major at Columbia.

  2. Dingy Harry’s latest statement was:

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) intensified his criticism of armed militia members supporting rancher Cliven Bundy, calling them “domestic terrorists.”

    “They’re nothing more than domestic terrorists,” Reid said Thursday at an event hosted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, according to the newspaper. “I repeat: what happened there was domestic terrorism.”

    Reid specifically criticized Bundy supporters for bringing guns and their children to the ranch to defend him against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

    So according to the filthy commie anyone who stands up against him and the government is a terrorist. I guess all the guys a Lexington and Concord were terrorists. So were the terrorists at the Alamo, Bonus Riots and Waco.

    Leftists aren’t happy until they start killing the opposition. Merely stealing our money, property and freedom isn’t enough. They want us dead. It’s a lesson of leftists in history from Stalin and Hitler to Mao and Pol Pot. Nothing seems to satisfy them more than the blood of patriots flowing in the streets.

  3. By the way, why do the feds own 90% of Nevada? Hell, why do the feds own anything other than armories, forts, military and navel installations? I’ll tell you why, so some dumbass 20 term congressman can name a building after himself. If they had to rent buildings and such built by entrepreneurs they’d have to rent “The Pico Building” instead of using our money to buy the “Byrd Building”. How many government buildings are lying idle right now? How much land unused or underused right now? Why are we taxpayer’s paying to maintain buildings and land we are not using? If the government rented at the end of the lease they could not renew if they didn’t need the space any more.

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