Oldies 84 wrote: ↑
Sat Jan 05, 2019 5:06 pm
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Human waste overflowing on to America’s pristine and beautiful national parks is a SYMBOL of Trump’s disdain and disrespect for our public lands and treasured landmarks. You know - “drill baby, drill”. No land set aside for all to enjoy when there’s a way to make an industrial buck off same. Mine, strip, cut, drill, defile with chemicals. Unbridled greed - the Trump Creed - now symbolized in photos of our filthy national parks. Not to mention all the rangers told to stay home. And not being paid.
Make America Great Again means Make America the Butt of a Sick International Joke. The world is laughing at our stupidity in ever electing him. General Mattis knows it. John McCain knew it. And every shocked world leader is either crying, or licking his/her chops with glee.
Really, Human waste in National Parks, Who the hell is pooping in the National Parks, Just who the hell writes this stuff? Fake News at its best must be The PBS Newshour.
Anytime I’ve ever gone to a national park, it’s trashed. You know what’s never trashed? Private parks! Oh, and I have to pay to go to a national park and a private park. At least I don’t have to pay during the “shutdown.”
Drive by any public park in Detroit and you find broken basketball rims, used condoms, syringes, and the like. Since it belongs to everyone, it belongs to no one.
And you know this by just driving by a park, God I wish I had that gift to know what’s in a park just by driving by it, you better go to the park while it’s free because the Government Shutdown could end soon.
Are you Mr. Magoo? Better get your eyes checked. Can’t see a broken basketball rim unless you’re hanging on it? How big do you think a park in Detroit is? 1,000 square miles? More like 1,000 square feet!