Personally I wished the other day that all of the wanna be a coloradians that now run our state would find a cure for their cally-tex disease and go back to where ever it is they moved here from. i'm getting tired of the dems and repubs from both of the states that have ingrained their way along the entire front range and decided that they should be allowed to turn their private agendas into laws here just because they have the cash to buy their way into office. pitty the poor colorado native that didn't leave the state after high school and by the way who invited these people here in the first place..why is it that texas and california money thinks that they should be the only ones in charge where ever they end up and run for office.....
Most mainstream christians keep raising the "if the founding fathers' thing to support their church/state agenda. read your history most of the founding fathers had much different views of church than we have today. of course it is true that many christians (evangelical, and other nondenominational types) seem to think the bible is truly the work of Christ (not-Catholics wiped out those groups and most of the true bible back in the middle ages) and they usually preach one thing and do another based on what many MEN have voted on, deleted and translated for whatever ruling body wanted it to say.
My point i guess is that church and state has no business together and that is why the founding fathers designed it that way.
and for those that wish to disagree i do have letters after my name based on history and theology as well as philosophy. which means i actually did the research that i base this view on-did you....
I say --NO Motorcycles. I'm sorry off road motorcyclists usually don't do anything to keep up their trails (in my experience) not to mention pollution (noise and exhaust), and just down right rudeness to others. if you want to save an area, motorcycles are a no-go.
Horses are distructive to an area as well but most organized horse operations at least care for the trails. Been there done that. besides the springs area is now becoming less of a horse related area as more and more urban ,wanna change the area like my state folks continue to move into the area.
You wanna save the trout and the area around them close it off to the public all together for several years and then open it to hikers and small groups of horseman (if there are any left around here by then).
what is this the 1950's. shame on these people for evan being there. maybe they should leave a town that was once noticed the world over for it's weirdness. noy am i glad i moved from there before all these 1950's wanna bes moved in.
Just what C. Srings needs another nut job Cult/Christian running around. Why don't all of these groups go back to California where their type of mega church mentality goes unnoticed by most folks. I've actually had friends from the real bible belt refuse to come visit because of these greedy mega church nut jobs.
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