retch sweeny wrote:
Dan Salmon wrote: It's sad that the State Senate and Assembly has become the enabler for crybabies and whiners.
While you do nothing about it but whine on a chat room.
While you sit on the sidelines and the only effort you make is to complain, others are working for sportsmen. Its not the things you find important or you may disagree with whats happening but you are a non-factor never caring to lift a finger except to complain and wish somebody else would do something. Those that are working for sportsmen need more guys like you because they know full well you will just sit on the sidelines and do nothing.
You want things done differently? Get off your dead arse and get involved. We can count on that not happening.
We would all love to be able to have a job that allowed us to do nothing but bitch and whine to politicians or march on the Capital until they did things our way, but the rest of us have jobs that actually produce goods and services that Americans use and appreciate having everyday. We put our trust in elected officials that we put in place to make decisions on our behalf, to do the things that we want them to do. When they don't do those things, we vote them out of office. That's how it works, and has worked for a very long time, at least until it became a special interest only game.
The will of the people has been noted, just look at the results of the Spring Hearings. You use the results to show that crossbows have no right because the people have spoken, but in the next breath you refute that the public knows anything when you agree with a bill that goes against the majority vote on 4 of 5 items. If that's not agenda driven, "in it for themselves", I don't know what is. Your elitist attitude toward the common man is sickening.
I'll say it again, and for the last time, Retch you're so wrapped up in getting things your own way that you don't see the contradictions of your own causes. You think your helping, but you are slowly closing more doors than you are opening. It's sad, really sad.