Saturday, January 29, 2005


Man has collected rain water ever since the first water vessel was invented. After thousands of years it has come down to this, Senators are fixing to make the people of Washington State a slave to the Bio-Diversity Treaty. We will lose our Last Water Right as reflected in RCW 90.03.250 (4) if Senate Bill 5113 is past. The law makers in Olympia will have you going to the Department of Ecology and paying for a Permit to catch rain water. Hay on your own land with your own bucket. This is the same rain that God has been using to water his garden for ever. The same rain that benafits all life on this planet. Can any humen entity own, or regulate rain? If we are deprived of our God geven rights by beurocrats in Goverment where do our freedoms lie? Bio-socialism ? Think about this: crucial areas ordinates, rain water run off tax, wet lands takeing an invirmentel impact statements on every thing from privet to industral. Whats next? how about the number of children you can have in order to protect the earth. Little by little, they're sneaking up on you


Christine sounds like the begining of a bad movie

Help me here; If a Judge annuls the election, then for all intent and purposes, Christine is not govenor. The Lt. Govenor would then be acting govenor until a new election could produce a new govenor elect. With me so far? Okay then, any Bills signed by Christine would then be invalid. Even if she were to win the re-election, all indorsments would have to be re-signed and dated. So with just a stroke of a pen - the Judge becomes the greatest threat to the Democrats and their attempt to Socialize the State of Washington.


Highways or Byways

Hear we go driving Briggs and Strattons down the freeway. Environmental lobby in Olympia are pushing for emissions reduction by 2008

I would Bet that 35% emissions reduction could be achieved if we had highways that were designed to move traffic. And wouldn't it be nice if Seattle and Tacoma could improve there infrastructure so people would not have to use the freeway to go from one side of town to the other.

If the State want's to cut emissions cut the commute time.... There are more off ramps an on ramps between Tumwater and Marysville than there is on I-90 crossing the state of Montana. The off ramps give way to secondary streets usually with a stop sign or light, backing traffic up on freeway. on ramps give a very limited space to merge, before having to exit, run off the road or get run over.

Limited access, two more lanes each way, off ramps that merge at interchanges, fix problem with inter lacing traffic at the on ramps next to off ramps, Get city buss off the freeway and enforce traffic laws that the other 49 states use.

I-5 an I-90 are state and federal highways not city street. There not there for the city's on there core-adore to use as a means to shirk there responsibility to there own infrastructure.... During the construction of I-5 Seattle was more interested in how many access points that could be gained to the new interstate, rather than its own streets.

Coast? Yes but not near what its going to coast in time setting in the I-5 parking lot, in lives, jobs, emissions, taxes for quick temporary fixes and fuel and so on. If we can not move goods, services and general traffic, the business community will become stagnate and degrade.... How many gallons of fuel are consumed each hour day, week , month and year on slow downs, backed up traffic and sitting at stop signs? Aside from our time spent in our auto that could put to better things.

Treating the symptom not the cause, that is what our state government spends money on best. Look at the time and money spent on mass transit.... One would have to wonder about the highway funds spent on bicycle paths and paved right of ways on our roads. Oh all of that foliage in an around the freeway and highways that takes priority over repair.

What it boils down to is, do we want to let the state continue to strangling growth and piling on onerous regulations?