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Feds won't evict Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters

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Klam and/or Cliteris

How about one of you 'splain this to me since I must be dumb

http://live.att.net/news/read/article/t ... _protes-ap

How do these people squatting on Federal land differ from a bunch of inbred Mormon ranchers (except for the fact that they aren't inbred Mormon ranchers)?

Shouldn't these assholes be arrested? Felchy? Anyone?


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CID1990 wrote:Klam and/or Cliteris

How about one of you 'splain this to me since I must be dumb

http://live.att.net/news/read/article/t ... _protes-ap

How do these people squatting on Federal land differ from a bunch of inbred Mormon ranchers (except for the fact that they aren't inbred Mormon ranchers)?

Shouldn't these assholes be arrested? Felchy? Anyone?


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If the inbred Mormon ranchers camped out "next to" the buildings and NOT inside them...
They'd still be there today
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If they're breaking the law I don't have a problem with evicting them.

These are two different govt agencies at work. Perhaps their policies regarding land use and LE differ? IIRC, the inbred mormons were there longer and made threats to LE.
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Chizzang wrote:If the inbred Mormon ranchers camped out "next to" the buildings and NOT inside them...
They'd still be there today
I think you camp just about anywhere on BLM land.
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kalm wrote:
Chizzang wrote:If the inbred Mormon ranchers camped out "next to" the buildings and NOT inside them...
They'd still be there today
I think you camp just about anywhere on BLM land.
Yep. National forest as well.

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I'm fine with being patient. But in the long run these protesters need to lose.
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Chizzang wrote:If the inbred Mormon ranchers camped out "next to" the buildings and NOT inside them...
They'd still be there today
LAWL

That's a Clinton definition of "is" answer


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Can't they just send them some blankets? You know, to keep warm and stuff?
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CID1990 wrote:
Chizzang wrote:If the inbred Mormon ranchers camped out "next to" the buildings and NOT inside them...
They'd still be there today
LAWL

That's a Clinton definition of "is" answer
You don't see the difference between going inside a building and locking the doors
and camping in a field across the street..?

and I assure you without question
Had the inbreds camped in a field in central Oregon they'd still be there today
With misspelled signs and bad teeth - and - nobody would care

and don;t confuse me with somebody who cares about the pipeline protesters
Because I couldn't give 2 sh!ts

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mrklean wrote:
CID1990 wrote:Klam and/or Cliteris

How about one of you 'splain this to me since I must be dumb

http://live.att.net/news/read/article/t ... _protes-ap

How do these people squatting on Federal land differ from a bunch of inbred Mormon ranchers (except for the fact that they aren't inbred Mormon ranchers)?

Shouldn't these assholes be arrested? Felchy? Anyone?


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The pipeline isn't going thru the reservation, it's going north of the reservation. A majority of the protesters are from anywhere but the reservation. But let's not let facts get in the way of a good protest.

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Eviction's Begin from land owned by pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners

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The police operation came the day after the Morton County Sheriff's Department asked protesters to leave the land, which is in the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline under construction.
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Gil Dobie wrote:Link

The police operation came the day after the Morton County Sheriff's Department asked protesters to leave the land, which is in the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline under construction.
Perhaps the Sheriff should ask Dakota Access to halt construction within 2 miles of the river until the final permitting has been approved. The Feds already did but the company declined.
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kalm wrote:
Gil Dobie wrote:Link

The police operation came the day after the Morton County Sheriff's Department asked protesters to leave the land, which is in the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline under construction.
Perhaps the Sheriff should ask Dakota Access to halt construction within 2 miles of the river until the final permitting has been approved. The Feds already did but the company declined.
I understand everything was in place until Obama intervened. There are currently 8 pipelines crossing the Missouri River in North Dakota.
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Gil Dobie wrote:
kalm wrote:
Perhaps the Sheriff should ask Dakota Access to halt construction within 2 miles of the river until the final permitting has been approved. The Feds already did but the company declined.
I understand everything was in place until Obama intervened. There are currently 8 pipelines crossing the Missouri River in North Dakota.
Gotcha. But they should still probably halt construction until the ACE has approved the final permit, right?
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kalm wrote:
Gil Dobie wrote:
I understand everything was in place until Obama intervened. There are currently 8 pipelines crossing the Missouri River in North Dakota.
Gotcha. But they should still probably halt construction until the ACE has approved the final permit, right?
Sure, they should not continue where they are not permitted to build, but where are you seeing they are not permitted.
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Word on the street is the Tribe was offered $10,000,000 to allow the pipeline to run thru the reservation, the tribe demanded $50,000,000 and the rest is history.
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Gil Dobie wrote:
kalm wrote:
Gotcha. But they should still probably halt construction until the ACE has approved the final permit, right?
Sure, they should not continue where they are not permitted to build, but where are you seeing they are not permitted.
http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-new ... line-site/

You were correct about the Obama Administration stepping in. The Corps of Engineers is now reviewing the permitting for right or wrong.
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I blame NDSU. And Bush.

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Gil Dobie wrote:Word on the street is the Tribe was offered $10,000,000 to allow the pipeline to run thru the reservation, the tribe demanded $50,000,000 and the rest is history.
Greedy bastards. What did white people ever do to them?







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93henfan wrote:I blame NDSU. And Bush.
Well Obama's buddy, Warren Buffet owns stock in the Railroad that currently hauls the oil around the country, but it's not his fault.
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93henfan wrote:I blame NDSU. And Bush.
I blame Bill Fette...and Custer.
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As George Thorogood would say, Who do you love? Native American's or Unions

Obama Link Unions push Obama to approve Dakota Access pipeline 'without delay'


Clinton Link Hillary Clinton Caught Between Key Allies on Dakota Pipeline
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I chalk this issue up as one of those "who gives a fuck" issues. Besides, it'll be 50 below in a few weeks, good luck to those protesters waiting that out.

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