Dick, I like the way you think! :lol:Dick Monson said:So flip the pancake over and see it it tastes the same on both sides:
Would Rep. Rod Froelich support the private sale of hunting rights to the NDGF for public use? Since he thinks willing buyer-seller agreements should prevail. He had introduced the No Tresspass lawsuit against the state that was denied by the state supreme court. Seems like a conflict in the thought process.
I'm a hunter. I'm for property rights.angus 1 said:Froielch is a zero. A true fighter for personal property rights, Something hunters are against.
R Y A N, He is not assigning rights for something he does not own. Hunting is not a right it a privlage, he owns the land and is selling the privlage to hunt on that land.Learn a little bit about property law before making that claim. Animals do not belong to a landowner. Therefore assignment of rights for something which you do not own as a property owner is invalid on it's face.
Never happen Ron, I can't believe that someone who claims to be such as conservative can think so stupid when it comes to hunting issuesIf that happens, I can see a initiated measure or Leg action taking place that would limit G/O to only lands that you own, thus making leasing illegal or use of rented Ag land as well.