I want to thank Supervisor Frank Mecham for the actions he took at a recent supervisors’ meeting. I am very proud of my supervisor, who expressed concern regarding “the increased levels of anger and polarization seen by supervisors.” Could the reason for the anger and polarization regarding board issues be because our supervisors have been governing against the will of the people?
During the past several years, I have observed government at all levels launch an attack on individual property rights like I have never seen in my lifetime. I see Agenda 21 put forth by the United Nations, pushed into our system of government by presidential executive order, and I watch as my local elected representatives deny its existence while they continually enact laws and regulations that facilitate its implementation and chip away the individual property rights of all Americans. When you govern against the will of the people, you should not be offended when your constituents voice objections to your actions. That is why we have free speech.
The move to control the water rights of landowners is easy to understand. What good is land without water? It was John Adams who said, “Property must be secured or liberty cannot exist.”