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Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Troy, Bradford County, PA
I'm surprised the PGC and the politicians are not turning to the PA Farmers Bureau for instructions on how to act. I may be wrong but it seems to me this organization has decided the fates of Sunday Hunting, Semi Auto's, the need to have written permission slips, and who knows what else in the past. I can't understand the thought process that says Sunday hunting is ok, but only on 3 days.
Maybe someone could explain to me how this group can dictate what happens on SGL ,and more importantly, on my and other's private property. I fully appreciate that they can do whatever they want on their own property and I also think their power should end there.
Does their power come from the threat of posting their property ? If so the game commission has the power to deny any financial aid or any assistance when it comes to crop damage. I hate to use terminology that is so popular recently, but Quid Pro Quo goes both ways. I think that politicians that seem to do the bidding of the farmers should be put on notice that there are way more voting hunters than voting farmers.