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If you support our national security issues, you may love and appreciate the United States of America, our Constitution with its’ freedoms, and our American flag.

If you support and practice our fiscal issues, you may value worldly possessions.

If you support and value our social issues, you may love Judeo-Christian values.

If you support and practice all these values, that is all good; an insignia of “Wisdom” . - Oscar Y. Harward

Friday, April 20, 2012

Union County, NC government officials must “repeal” their own “expanded, illegal, and improper” government interventions

From my gravest concern of Union County’s government’s “expanded, illegal, and improper” government intervention against farmers, my simple question then and today remains, “What NC General Statute(s) ‘empowers’ Union County’s government to ‘supersede’ NCGS Agricultural legislation?” 

No legal answer has been tendered.  One proposal has been offered to me that, if I properly recall, is “we have got to control farming.”  Additionally, what law(s) have the affected farmer(s) violated that allows Union County, NC government and others to illegally rule on this issue?  Who, what, when, and why was this legal authority on Union County’s acts based on?

Has Union County’s liability insurance carrier, based on this case and perhaps, other issues, submitted a “Reservation of Rights Letter” to Union County; a decision that will exclude Union County’s insurance carrier from financial responsibility on this issue?  This may leave the taxpayers, themselves, responsible for Union County, NC government’s “expanded, illegal, and improper” government intervention against farmers should the farmers win in a court of law.

Many elected government officials view and exercise “their excessive authority” as a ladder for the next election or to a higher step so as to have a highway, bridge, building, or some other project to be named in their honor when in fact, the government officials may have erroneously, inefficiently, and or even carelessly spent (y)our tax dollars and/or “invalidly managed and or governed” to reach the top rung.

Government elected and appointed official(s) could better serve “we, the people” by stepping aside with their “self-serving developments”; allowing unrestricted freedoms and unrestrained peoples’ rights.  Each must follow the law as legislated!

It must be the responsibility of elected Union County’s government officials to “constrain themselves” and “repeal” their own “make up laws(?)” of “expanded, illegal, and improper” government intervention.  Just follow the law!

Oscar Y. Harward

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