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Re: Re: a good trade to know?


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Posted by Lenore on July 07, 2003 at 06:51:18 from (209.63.67.200):

In Reply to: Re: a good trade to know? posted by too many rules... on July 07, 2003 at 06:31:48:

Contrary to what we are told;
all those rules, regulations and licesnes are not intended to protect us.
They are actually intended to give bureaucrats more jobs and more of our money to mess with.

As if your dad needed more government intervention in his business so he would not endanger people.
A kid here in Texas now needs a license to take a cane pole and drop it in a creek or pond.
I guess so they wont endanger the fish?
Not so long ago we could take our kids fishing without thinking of the gamewarden.
No longer!
The government keeps edging in more and more into our freedoms.
I can understand the need for some regulations,
but those people go crazy trying to think of new controls on us wild unruly Americans.



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