They are not done with us yet???
Senate Bill - 787
The sponsors call it the "Clean Water Restoration Act."
It's kind of like calling the shredding of the Bill of Rights under Bush II, the PATRIOT Act.
If the federal government takes control over all the non-navigable water in the US and the land adjoining it, then it will have the right to seize it and give it away.
Give it away to who?
Well, that multi-trillion dollar deficit has to be paid off somehow.
Look to the Feds to to try to take control of more and more private property in the months and years to come.
Just say no.
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The argument that they'll give it away is indeed a worrisome issue - after all, those who claim to "own" something also claim the right to sell it.
But the more important issue is why the government can own waterways but not the private sector.
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