tncaver wrote:That bill could be a good thing or it could be a bad thing, depending on how it is carried out and the scope of it's authority.
trogman wrote:tncaver wrote:That bill could be a good thing or it could be a bad thing, depending on how it is carried out and the scope of it's authority.
I really can't think of any good in it. This amount of power in the hands of one person is not good, and it circumvents our governmental system of checks and balances.
Sometimes bad things such as this might be used for good purposes, but that doesn't ultimately justify them.
tncaver-knowing how you feel about big government, I'm rather surprised you didn't jump on this one with both feet!
submassabielle wrote:So would this give the federal gov't the ability to force a common WNS policy on everyone, including private cave owners? I have found, in my limited experience, that there are policy variations even from one national park to another. Some policies (not necessarily National Park policies) seem excessively strict, but others are very balanced. The WNS situation varies from place to place. I do hope that this will not open the way to making everyone take the hard-line.
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