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by pete on April 25, 2012

                                     

                                                            Spread the Word

     It has been awhile since I have written a blog post so here is a start at catching everyone up to date.

     Last July I just happened to catch a legal notice in the paper about Gallatin County’s new “Floodplain Regulations”.  Do you remember “gravel pit zoning” which was an attempt at way more than zoning gravel pits?  Well, folks, they have done it again.  These new floodplain regulations are simply another attempt to take your property rights, without compensation, so that they can be sold back to you through a variance process.  If you are thinking that you are not in a floodplain – guess again!  Now irrigation ditches and canals and virtually any surface water of any kind has a floodplain.  If you are downhill of a canal or ditch you are now in a floodplain.  These guys will NOT stop until they  can take control of all property in the Gallatin Valley.  They give the old line of crap about taking care of the health, safety and welfare of the people but it is, in fact, simply an effort to implement their taxation without representation scheme.  Like I said; virtually everything that you can do now with your property for free, you will have to go through their variance process with its associated fees and hearings, etc., in the future.  On top of all that, one of the NEW rules is that every thing that requires a variance must be pre-approved by FEMA first.  This rule alone will make it almost impossible, due to the expense of it, for most people to have access to their First Amendment right to petition the government for a redress of grievances.  It, pretty much, sets up the Ruler’s Law Monarchy that I have written so much about.

     Since July, 2011 I have talked to hundreds of people in this county and not one single person, so far, has even known of these new regulations.  I was the only person at the meetings where they were attempting to sneak this through behind the taxpayers’ backs.  In order to, hopefully, buy some time for people to become aware of these new threats, I filed a lawsuit against the county to ask for an injunction, as in the gravel pit zoning debacle, to stop these new threats until the court can review the Constitutionality of this latest attempted property rights grab.  The judge, Holly Brown, has not ruled yet.  If you or anyone you know still values, and hopes to retain, their property rights they should get involved NOW!  Call me at 388-1760.

     Also, as some of you may know, I signed up to run for Steve White’s Commissioner seat.  Due to districting requirements I cannot run for Skinner or Murdock’s seats.  While Steve White is, no doubt, the best of the three, in my opinion, he is way too weak on property rights and, being outnumbered, he would rather submit to their tyranny than fight for us.  His record shows it.  He wants to be a politician rather than a Patriot.  Right now in this county, this state and this country, we need Founding Father type patriots more than ever.  Our Constitution is constantly under attack, at all levels, by the likes of Skinner, Murdock and Lambert who will, like Obama, not be satisfied until all our blessed freedoms and liberties are completely trampled under.

     Spread the word.  More to come.

                                            Pete

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