Saturday, October 5, 2013

Obama Closes Ocean, Changes National Park Service Culture

Virtually overnight, Barack Obama has changed the National Park Service culture from one of serving the people to that of sticking it to the people -- a remarkable transformation.

After Barrycadding the open air plaza that is the WW II Memorial, blocking bicyclists from riding into the District of Columbia, unlawfully shutting down private parking at the foundation owned and operated Mount Vernon Estate, refusing the state of Arizona's offer to pay to keep the Grand Canyon open and blanketing the National Capital Region with unpaid police officers who are issuing $85 tickets to motorists parking in vacant unmetered parking spaces, the latest is that Obama's National Park Service is issuing orders to shut down the ocean.

Charter guides received a message from the National Park Service this week informing them that they are not permitted to take clients fishing in Florida Bay until the feds get back to work. That means that more than 1,100 square miles of prime fishing is off limits between the southern tip of the mainland to the Keys until further notice.
The ocean is for them, not you.
The closing affects not only fishing guides, but anyone with a license to conduct business in the park, including tour operators and paddling guides — anyone with a Commercial Use Authorization permit, said Dan Kimball, superintendent of Everglades and Dry Tortugas national parks.
You got a hick bully in the Oval Office. It's catching, working its way down and through the bureacracy through Obama's OMB enforcement arm. Good choice American People!  From here on out I will be an advocate of turning all National Park Service properties over to states and local government. They get the job done. They, unlike Obama's NPS, will be good and faithful stewards.

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