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Re: “A welcome change

Your a spineless, liar bass you've been hanging around with yaak wing nuts too long...you suck.

Posted by Omegaman43535 on 12/11/2009 at 12:07 PM

Re: “Dead air

Good stokes is a dangerous, dishonest bad american.

Posted by Omegaman43535 on 12/11/2009 at 12:04 PM

Re: “Tester stonewalls

Thnaks Larry I agree 100%.

Posted by Omegaman43535 on 12/11/2009 at 11:59 AM

Re: “Tester bill vetted online

your ignorant, beligerent comment speaks for the tester logging bill and yourself.

Posted by Omegaman43535 on 12/11/2009 at 11:55 AM

Re: “War of words

Please publish these articles provided in links below. You must click on strategic weaknesses.. on website for second link.

http://www.newwest.net/topic/article/senat…

http://cleangreensustainable.wordpress.com…’s-wildlands-logging-bill/

Posted by Omegaman43535 on 11/27/2009 at 7:09 PM

Re: “Seeing the Forest For the Trees

Jon Tester made a campaign promise to protect
ALL remaining montana roadless areas. This bill release vast amoutns of roadless lands to logging etc. It;s as simple as that TESTER LIED OLD GROWTH DIED. I'm so dissapointed Rick I truly thought you of all people could see through the bs in this bill. They know NREPA just got shut down and was painted in a very bad light by the media etc. They know montana is hungry for the big W and that this is just the right time to pass soke sheisty bill like this under the lame guise of compromise. This bill protects roughly 10% of the available wilderness lands in Montana. A 90-10 "compromise" is anything but. All remaining roadless lands deserve protection. These ancient forests have survived for thousabnds of years and it's a miralce they're still here approaching the year 2010. Perhaps you could use some your own advice Mr. Bass perhaps it's been too long since you've slept on the ground in an unprotected roadless area. Perhaps it's been too long since you heard a golden eagle scream from the top of a wolf lichen draped old growth Douglas Fir. I work and spend almost all my free time in roadless and wilderness lands. These areas are the last of our wild country and they represent a very small percentage of the whole that can and should be protected. Their portection does not hurt the local economies, terminate jobs or prevent acess to our public lands in any way. These lands are worth more remaining as they are.

We can do better Montana..do you want to be the last best place or just the last best place to log old growth.

I dont want montana to beomce just like every other place.

Posted by Omegaman43535 on 08/05/2009 at 7:57 AM

Re: “Tester Defends Forest Jobs and Recreation Act

Jon Tester made a campaign promise to protect
ALL remaining montana roadless areas. This bill release vast amoutns of roadless lands to logging etc. It;s as simple as that TESTER LIED OLD GROWTH DIED. I'm so dissapointed Rick I truly thought you of all people could see through the bs in this bill. They know NREPA just got shut down and was painted in a very bad light by the media etc. They know montana is hungry for the big W and that this is just the right time to pass soke sheisty bill like this under the lame guise of compromise. This bill protects roughly 10% of the available wilderness lands in Montana. A 90-10 "compromise" is anything but. All remaining roadless lands deserve protection. These ancient forests have survived for thousabnds of years and it's a miralce they're still here approaching the year 2010. Perhaps you could use some your own advice Mr. Bass perhaps it's been too long since you've slept on the ground in an unprotected roadless area. Perhaps it's been too long since you heard a golden eagle scream from the top of a wolf lichen draped old growth Douglas Fir. I work and spend almost all my free time in roadless and wilderness lands. These areas are the last of our wild country and they represent a very small percentage of the whole that can and should be protected. Their portection does not hurt the local economies, terminate jobs or prevent acess to our public lands in any way. These lands are worth more remaining as they are.

We can do better Montana..do you want to be the last best place or just the last best place to log old growth.

I dont want montana to beomce just like every other place.

Posted by Omegaman43535 on 08/05/2009 at 7:56 AM

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