ESA Repeal Letter

 

 

 

Below you will find a letter, addressed to each of America’s 100 U.S. Senators, expressing strong urgency to fully Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

 

Please consider copying and pasting, or making your own changes or additions, and then signing and mailing to your two U.S. Senators – or to all 100 Senators, as I am doing!

 

Thank you for caring and taking the time to consider this important action!

 

 

 

 

 

March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Daniel Kahikina Akaka

U.S. Senate

141 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-2126

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Akaka:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.

 

 

 


March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Lamar Alexander

U.S. Senate

302 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-3398

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Alexander:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.

 

 

 


March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Wayne Allard

U.S. Senate

521 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-6471

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Allard:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator George Allen

U.S. Senate

204 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-5432

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Allen:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Max Baucus

U.S. Senate

511 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-0515

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Baucus:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Evan Bayh

U.S. Senate

463 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1377

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Bayh:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Robert F. Bennett

U.S. Senate

431 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1168

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Bennett:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Joseph R. Biden Jr.

U.S. Senate

201 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-0139

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Biden:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Jeff Bingaman

U.S. Senate

703 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-2852

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Bingaman:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Christopher S. Bond

U.S. Senate

274 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-8149

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Bond:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Barbara Boxer

U.S. Senate

112 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2382

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Boxer:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Sam Brownback

U.S. Senate

303 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1265

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Brownback:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Jim Bunning

U.S. Senate

316 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1373

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Bunning:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Conrad Burns

U.S. Senate

187 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-8594

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Burns:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Richard Burr

U.S. Senate

217 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2981

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Burr:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Robert C. Byrd

U.S. Senate

311 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0002

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Byrd:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Maria Cantwell

U.S. Senate

717 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0514

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Cantwell:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Thomas R. Carper

U.S. Senate

513 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2190

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Carper:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Lincoln D. Chafee

U.S. Senate

141A Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2853

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Chafee:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Saxby Chambliss

U.S. Senate

416 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-0103

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Chambliss:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton

U.S. Senate

476 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0282

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Clinton:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Tom Coburn

U.S. Senate

172 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-6008

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Coburn:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Thad Cochran

U.S. Senate

113 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-9450

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Cochran:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Norm Coleman

U.S. Senate

320 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-1152

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Coleman:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Susan Collins

U.S. Senate

461 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-2693

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Collins:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Kent Conrad

U.S. Senate

530 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-7776

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Conrad:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator John Cornyn

U.S. Senate

517 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2856

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Cornyn:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Larry Craig

U.S. Senate

520 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1067

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Craig:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Mike Crapo

U.S. Senate

239 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1375

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Crapo:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Mark Dayton

U.S. Senate

123 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2186

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Dayton:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Jim Demint

U. S. Senate

340 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-5143

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Demint:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Mike DeWine

U.S. Senate

140 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-6519

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator DeWine:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Chris Dodd

U.S. Senate

448 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1683

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Dodd:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Elizabeth Dole

U.S. Senate

555 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-1100

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Dole:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Pete V. Domenici

U.S. Senate

328 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-3261

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Domenici:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Byron L. Dorgan

U.S. Senate

322 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-1193

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Dorgan:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Dick Durbin

U.S. Senate

332 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0400

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Durbin:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator John Ensign

U.S. Senate

356 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2193

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Ensign:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Mike Enzi

U.S. Senate

379-A Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0359

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Enzi:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Russell D. Feingold

U.S. Senate

506 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-2725

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Feingold:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Dianne Feinstein

U.S. Senate

331 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-3954

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Feinstein:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Bill Frist, MD

U.S. Senate

509 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1264

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Frist:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Lindsey Graham

U.S. Senate

290 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-3808

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Graham:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Chuck E. Grassley

U.S. Senate

135 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-6020

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Grassley:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Judd Gregg

U.S. Senate

393 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-4952

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Gregg:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Chuck Hagel

U.S. Senate

248 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-5213

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Hagel:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Tom Harkin

U.S. Senate

731 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-9369

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Harkin:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Orrin G. Hatch

U.S. Senate

104 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-6331

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Hatch:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison

U.S. Senate

284 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-0776

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Hutchison:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator James M. Inhofe

U.S. Senate

453 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0380

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Inhofe:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Daniel K. Inouye

U.S. Senate

722 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-6747

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Inouye:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Johnny Isakson

U.S. Senate

120 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0724

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Isakson:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Jim Jeffords

U.S. Senate

413 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0776

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Jeffords:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Tim Johnson

U.S. Senate

136 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-5765

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Johnson:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Edward M. Kennedy

U.S. Senate

315 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-2417

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Kennedy:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator John Kerry

U.S. Senate

304 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-8525

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Kerry:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Herb Kohl

U.S. Senate

330 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-9787

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Kohl:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Jon Kyl

U.S. Senate

730 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-2207

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Kyl:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Mary L. Landrieu

U.S. Senate

724 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-9735

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Landrieu:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Frank R. Lautenberg

U.S. Senate

324 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-4054

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Lautenberg:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Patrick Leahy

U.S. Senate

433 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-3479

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Leahy:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Carl Levin

U.S. Senate

269 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-1388

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Levin:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Joe I. Lieberman

U.S. Senate

706 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-9750

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Lieberman:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Blanche Lincoln

U.S. Senate

355 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1371

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Lincoln:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Trent Lott

U.S. Senate

487 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-2262

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Lott:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Richard G. Lugar

U.S. Senate

306 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0360

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Lugar:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Mel Martinez

United States Senate

317 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-5171

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Martinez:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator John McCain

U.S. Senate

241 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2862

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator McCain:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Mitch McConnell

U.S. Senate

361-A Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-2499

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator McConnell:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Robert Menendez

U.S. Senate

502 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2197

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Menendez:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Barbara A. Mikulski

U.S. Senate

503 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-8858

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Mikulski:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Lisa Murkowski

U.S. Senate

709 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-5301

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Murkowski:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Patty Murray

U.S. Senate

173 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-0238

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Murray:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Ben Nelson

U.S. Senate

720 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0012

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Nelson:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Bill Nelson

U.S. Senate

716 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2183

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Nelson:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Barack Obama

U.S. Senate

713 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-4260

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Obama:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Mark Pryor

U.S. Senate

257 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0908

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Pryor:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Jack F. Reed

U.S. Senate

728 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-4680

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Reed:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Harry Reid

U.S. Senate

528 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-7327

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Reid:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Pat Roberts

U.S. Senate

109 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-3514

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Roberts:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator John D. Rockefeller IV

U.S. Senate

531 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-7665

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Rockefeller:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Ken Salazar

U.S. Senate

702 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-5036

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Salazar:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Rick Santorum

U.S. Senate

511 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0604

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Santorum:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Paul S. Sarbanes

U.S. Senate

309 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-1651

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Sarbanes:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Charles E. Schumer

U.S. Senate

313 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-3027

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Schumer:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Jeff Sessions

U.S. Senate

335 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-3149

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Sessions:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Richard C. Shelby

U.S. Senate

110 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-3416

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Shelby:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Gordon H. Smith

U.S. Senate

404 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-3997

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Smith:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Olympia J. Snowe

U.S. Senate

154 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-1946

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Snowe:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Arlen Specter

U.S. Senate

711 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1229

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Specter:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Debbie Stabenow

U.S. Senate

133 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-0325

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Stabenow:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Ted Stevens

U.S. Senate

522 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-2354

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Stevens:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator John E. Sununu

U.S. Senate

111 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-4131

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Sununu:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Jim M. Talent

U.S. Senate

493 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1518

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Talent:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Craig Thomas

U.S. Senate

307 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-1724

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Thomas:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator John Thune

U.S. Senate

383 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-5429

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Thune:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator David Vitter

U.S. Senate

516 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-5061

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Vitter:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator George V. Voinovich

U.S. Senate

524 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-1382

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Voinovich:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator John Warner

U.S. Senate

225 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-224-6295

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Warner:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.
March 7, 2006

 

 

Senator Ron Wyden

U.S. Senate

230 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington DC 205100001

Fax: 202-228-2717

 

 

Repeal ESA Now!!!

 

 

Senator Wyden:

 

You are aware of the monster that the "Endangered Species Act" has been since Day One of its passage. Not only must you choose to REPEAL IMMEDIATELY this freedom- and Constitutional Republic-decimating horror, you must also Immediately decide to vote against ANY piece of legislation that "rewrites" or "reforms" it, as well as ANY piece of legislation that contains any language referring to "invasive" or "non-native" species, which are equally horrific to both freedom and American resource providing and our Constitutional Republic. We've seen more than ENOUGH of "global governance to last us an eternity!

 

Immediately Repeal the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! 

 

The private ownership of property is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution. Part and parcel of such ownership is the expectation that landowners will be able to legally use their land as they see fit, so long as others are not harmed by that use.

 

Very few laws have the potential to impact on how a landowner uses his land like the Endangered Species Act (ESA). There, federal agencies use involuntary, coercive tactics to require property owners to manage land for the benefit of a listed species

 

Something is terribly wrong with the system when a species with statutory protection trumps a property owner with Constitutional ones.

 

I direct you to immediately support outright repeal of the act.