Should we ban the greenies from yellowstone park. They are starting to wear the rocks thin with their birkenstocks, killing the grass,and hurting precious insects. And don't forget all the noise pollution from them.
those greenies will ruin for themselves anyways, they all point fingers at everyone else but it is okay for them to smoke dope. for them it's okay to be gay and second class to smoke a cigarette. selfish little perverts aren't they.
thanks Permafrost. I am a ArcticCat Rider. I live in the Allegheny National Forest in Pennsylvania. We are having quite a time with the greenies here also. They are clueless.
Timber is a natural resource that needs to be managed.The tree huggers think, all it is for is to look at when they ride by when they are passing thru.
Exhaust smoke, noisy sleds, tore up earth, frightened wildlife. Hummm. I wonder if they used environmentally friendly machines that built the roads that lead to all theses wonderful places for us snowmobilers and everyone else to visit. How do these GREENIES get to these destinations, thier thumb. I don't think so. They all drive vehicles and use transportation in some way. I guess that would make them part of the problem as well. I seen a statistic somewhere that 13% of visitors(I believe it was 13 million total visitors per year) were snowmobilers. What about all the R.V's and motorhomes and vehicles that enter the park. They don't make pollution. They don't make an impact on the environment and wildlife in the area. If they are gonna ban snowmobiles then they should rip all the roads out of there are return the whole place to its natural state. We'll have to start a poll on CNN after they ban sleds. Leave the roads or rip them out. I think the only vote for ripping them out would be from angry snowmobilers who are upset that they are not allowed to use the park. I guess everyone else would be happy. It's all B.S. We are all guilty of pollution, even the GREENIES
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