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'Draconian' cuts coming to New England fishing

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  • There You Go Again Saint George, UT
    Jan. 26, 2013 11:51 a.m.

    "...their inaction to adjust and regulate limits...".

    So regulate...

    followed by...

    "...destroying our wealth and power as a nation with overzealous and biased prejudices...".

    Don't regulate...

    Interesting...

  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    Jan. 26, 2013 5:45 a.m.

    Some fishing is better than no fishing and this what not an unexpected event that was just a matter of time to happen. The only thing now is to protect the species from other nations and fishing mongers who have no respect for the sea life.

    Consumers will lose some availability in stores but that is an irrelevant issue, the consumers and humanity survived thousands of years without it being on store shelves and this shouldn't be a problem.

    Financial losses will be high for coastal states but their inaction to adjust and regulate limits and preserving a viable supply and demand balance its something they will have to live with. Just like states that have had to close power plants, coal mine, and oil refineries, this is just another nail in the coffin of industry and prosperity that government intervention without justification is imposing.

    Our administration is punishing the American people over world issues and unfair actions in destroying our wealth and power as a nation with overzealous and biased prejudices.