City Governments Gone Wild, The other Threat to our life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

Thursday, August 4, 2011
By Paul Martin

LoneStarWatchdog.com
Thursday, August 4, 2011

While we are bitching and moaning about had bad Washington DC has screwed up this country with it policies. We have to wonder were do these people come from, how they ever won political office. Were have these people been hiding. Many of these politicians used to be state representatives, mayors, city council members, sheriffs, and county commissioners Politics has been their career doing what it takes to move up in political office. If they have no trouble-stealing people’s property with eminent domain laws for high-powered construction developer, they will not hesitate attacking private property rights on the federal level for campaign donations. When we see this than, we know that corruption is a way of life for these career politicians.

 

When we see vendors in Atlanta Georgia on the verge shutting down in favor of a corporation, coming in to install kiosk in place of local merchants. This will shut down the competition in favor of a monopoly instead. When little girls cannot have, lemonade stands without a permit. When people are forbidden by some arcane ordinance that prohibits a homeowner for placing a Ron Paul sign in his yard. I remember when I lived in Florida; the SWAT team come out and raided a Garage sale because the owner did not pay for a $15 permit from the city clerk. This very same city had Tractor Trailers being hauled from a person’s property that was fenced in out on the edge of the city limits. Truck drivers had permission from the owner to park their rigs there while they were home from the road. The excuse was the city saying these Trucks parking on this man’s land was in violation zoning laws. It was fenced in and not an eyesore from the road and was not a “No Through Trucks” signs posted on the road either. The only person that complained was a do gooder code enforcement worker.

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