As we move to the election booth each and every one of us should take a solid look at each candidate closely. If your elected official that you will vote for is in alignment with the constitution and your principles then you have done your part. If you have no idea and just select the one that is your party candidate then you will get what you ask for. The negative ads are put out there to keep you from looking at the real issues that each politician stands for.
When you pick your candidate are you picking the zealous tree huggers or are you picking a fair politician who believe Americans should take care of their own land with in common sense reason. Do you select a politician who believes that the UN has the right to tell everyone in America what and how and who should have land. Should they have the rights that are given to us by our constitution or should they be able to take your land and give it to someone they think is more worthy like Harry Reid and his deal with the Chinese.
If you believe we as Americans have rights then ask yourself how many NGO’s is your candidate affiliated with? What type of activism has he or she been involved in? Do they believe in cradle to grave government? Do they think that political correctness applies to those that appose them? Do they believe the constitutional right to carry is nonsense? Do they talk about “comprehensive planning”, “smart growth”?
Has your politician of choice elude to or even decried the need for sustainability impact assessments? Do they tout The “Heritage programs”?
The red on this map shows area that will have little to NO human use. The yellow will have highly regulate land use.
Pay close attention to your potential candidate> If you want to be controlled then by all means vote for the politician that believes lives and breaths sustainable development. If you Don’t want to be controlled vote out the politician that lives, breaths and eats Agenda 21 (example of a full fledged bought in politician: Harry Reid).