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While Dick Cheney and cronies hunt on 50,000-acre private ranches (ignore the shooting accident for the moment), the administration is proposing to get rid of public lands that the rest of us can enjoy (HCN, 3/6/06: Public acres for sale). I resent that.

 

Tom Budlong

Los Angeles, California

mford
mford
Apr 04, 2006 10:58 AM

Once again HCN fails to allow its readers to draw reasonable conclusions regarding the ongoing debate associated with the disposal of surplus public land.  Is there some reason why you elect to publish Mr. Budlong's negative comments while refusing to consider share "the rest of the story" as reflected in the letter I submitted on March 8? 

Mike Ford -- Las Vegas, NV

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