Defending the Ranchers

“They have a right to be here,” according to the narrator of a video about Sand Wash Basin HMA, an area set aside for wild horses but shared with privately owned sheep.

Seriously?  You have a right to place your property on land you don’t own?

Since when do you need a permit to enjoy your rights?

My truck has been out in the rain for years but it didn’t have to be that way.  All I needed to do was to go next door and demand my rights.

Livestock grazing on public lands is a privilege, not a right.  What the government gives, the government can take away.  Please read The Bill of No Rights.

The remarks run from 09:16 to 12:11 in the video.  Would sympathies for the ranchers correlate with participation in fertility control programs?

You bet it would.

RELATED: Ties Between PZP Zealots and Public-Lands Ranchers Revealed.

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