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obama is now first dictator of the USA

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by slic lee, Oct 5, 2011.

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  1. slic lee

    slic lee Active Member

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    obama,bypassing congress once again, has just created the largest bureaucracy in US history,
    For you show me freaks, GO ONLINE TO MIAMI HERALD,ON LEFT CLICK ON OCT,5 5A
    They laughed at him last week when he said to zone the ocean, zone the air space, zone all land in the USA.
    He authored it in 2009 signed it, there are no more states rights, only the Fed govt, the states may not use or do or assign any thing without Fed authorization, great lakes belong to the Feds,states may not use without Fed permission, all lakes, rivers, streams,coastlines, land interior belong to Fed govt, ocean may not be used without expressed permission, same with all airspace.
    He was all prepared,lets hear from the big spinner himself oreilly
     
  2. Rick Barker

    Rick Barker Well-Known Member

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    You have to vote for the right people into the House and Senate to make things right.

    He can only get away with what we and our representives let him get away with.
     
  3. kenpo11cincy

    kenpo11cincy TS Member

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    I am so glad I didn't vote that a-hole.
     
  4. likes-to-shoot

    likes-to-shoot Well-Known Member

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    Any websites of your story to share or do we have to just take your word for it?
     
  5. Joe Potosky

    Joe Potosky Well-Known Member

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    October 3, 2011 -

    TOP 10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT PRESIDENT OBAMA’S PLAN TO ZONE THE OCEANS

    On July 19, 2010, President Obama signed Executive Order 13547 to unilaterally implement a new National Ocean Policy without Congressional approval or specific statutory authority. This policy is a new regulatory layer that could significantly impact the way we use and manage our oceans and is another example of the Obama Administration imposing burdensome federal regulations and policies that could hinder economic growth and harm job creation. In addition, the Administration is implementing a mandatory Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning initiative to ‘zone’ the oceans.


    Next week, the Natural Resources Committee will hold an oversight hearing entitled “The President’s New National Ocean Policy – A Plan for Further Restrictions on Ocean, Coastal and Inland Activities.” The hearing will examine the job, energy and economic impacts of President Obama’s Executive Order.


    Top 10 Things to Know About the President’s Executive Order and ‘Ocean Zoning’


    1. Lacks Congressional Authorization. In four separate Congresses, legislation has been introduced to implement similar far-reaching ocean policies, and to-date NO bill has passed the House or been reported out of a Committee.




    2. Unilateral Action. The Obama Administration has failed to cite any specific statutory authority for the Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning initiative. Instead, it throws up a smokescreen list of all statutes that impact the oceans and claims that is their authority.


    3. Imposes ‘Ocean Zoning.’ The Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning initiative is entirely new, mandatory ocean zoning that involves up to 27 Federal agencies and will cost the taxpayers millions, if not billions, in Federal spending. This initiative could place huge portions of the ocean off limits to all types of recreational and commercial activities.


    4. Threatens American Jobs. ‘Ocean zoning’ has the potential to damage sectors such as agriculture, commercial and recreational fishing, construction, manufacturing, marine commerce, mining, oil and natural gas, renewable energy, recreational boating, and waterborne transportation, among others. These industries support tens of millions of jobs and contribute trillions of dollars to the U.S. economy.


    5. Far-Reaching Impacts Not Limited to the Ocean. This new ‘ocean zoning’ authority would allow Federally-dominated Regional Planning Bodies to reach as far inland as it deems necessary to protect ocean ecosystem health. It specifically mentions the Great Lakes and could potentially impact all activities that occur on lands adjacent to rivers, tributaries or watersheds that drain into the ocean.


    6. Creates More Bureaucracy. The Executive Order creates: 10 National Policies; a 27-member National Ocean Council; an 18-member Governance Coordinating Committee; and 9 Regional Planning Bodies. This has led to an additional: 9 National Priority Objectives; 9 Strategic Action Plans; 7 National Goals for Coastal Marine Spatial Planning; and 12 Guiding Principles for Coastal Marine Spatial Planning to be created.


    7. Tool for Litigation. The ‘ocean zoning’ initiative involves vague and undefined objectives, goals, and policies that can be used as fodder for lawsuits to stop or delay Federally-permitted activities. This initiative is poised to become a litigation nightmare.


    8. New Cost to Taxpayers. This new policy will affect already budget-strapped agencies such as NOAA, Department of Commerce, Department of the Interior, EPA, Department of Transportation, USDA, Homeland Security, and the Army Corps of Engineers. As Federal budgets are further reduced, it is unclear how much funding the agencies are taking from existing programs to develop and implement this new initiative.


    9. Those Impacted by Regulations Need Not Apply. The Regional Planning Bodies, created by the ‘ocean zoning’ initiative, will have no representation by the people, communities and businesses that will actually be impacted by the regulations. These heavily Federal bodies will create zoning plans without any stakeholders yet all Federal agencies, the States, and the regulated communities will be bound by the plan.


    10.New Regulatory Uncertainty. The impacts of this new regulatory layer and ‘ocean zoning’ initiative contribute to an uncertain regulatory climate that is hindering economic activity and job creation. Even the Interagency Task Force recognized this potential in their report stating, “The Task Force is mindful that these recommendations may create a level of uncertainty and anxiety among those who rely on these resources and may generate questions about how they align with existing processes, authorities, and budget challenges. The NOC (National Ocean Council) will address questions and specifics as implementation progresses.” In other words…don’t worry, trust us.

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  6. Rick Barker

    Rick Barker Well-Known Member

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    "America is the greatest country in the world, now help me change it."

    Barck H. Obama shortly after his election as President of the United States.
     
  7. RobertT

    RobertT Well-Known Member

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    The attached article fails to mention that it controls all streams and rivers that run into the ocean.

    Robert
     
  8. TinMan88

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    For your information, if you vote on diebold voting machines- your vote can be manipulated (hacked) remotely with a device costing $26. Sorry bout that
     
  9. slic lee

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    Tinman, I read that today in Florida for the low, low price of $10.95 you can alter the elections in Florida.
     
  10. mrskeet410

    mrskeet410 TS Member

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    Slic - How about post a link to the article you cited?
     
  11. X Trap 2

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    Marked for later read.
     
  12. slic lee

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    410-which one? Lee
     
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