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Re: “Unhappy Camp

It is a sad state of affairs when a small community is being dictated to by a few so called do gooders who have the grand idea of how we, whome have lived here for generations, should live our lives. The big mistake this community made started back in the sixties and seventies when we turned a blind eye to the influx of the so called peace/love drug sub culture generation (hippies) and allowed them to get a foothold on the Klamath, Scott and Trinity Rivers just to name a few. Like all the liberals they are more than welling and able to voice their opinions loud and clear but God help the rest of us if we try to voice ours. All you have to do is watch the news or read a news paper. The liberals get all the press, never the moderates or conservatives. These radical liberals have turned this once thriving town into a welfare community, families who have lived here for generations have to relocate to fing jobs. there use to be several lumber mills operating in Happy Camp forty years ago, now there are none. There is no longer job opportunities for our youth when they graduate from high school. No one loves this community more than the hard working local folks who have lived her all or most of their lives. Our forest's are a renewable resource and need to be harvested and the under gorwth cleared to prevent the devastating wild forest fires we have wittnessed since the environmentalis shut down logging over thirty years ago. I understand the Crockett's recently built a new home up Elk Creek, is it made of straw & mud or bricks? HMMMM! What's yours made of Chuck and Rachel? I know for a fact it's wood. HYPOCRITES!!!!!!!! KS Wild is another issue on the table this community is dealing with. Hats off to Bob and Trista for having the guts to speak up. The rest of the community needs to be welling to stand up and say we're not going to take this anymore!

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Posted by Double D on 10/19/2010 at 3:36 PM

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