July 10, 2013

Exactly what our leaders should be working on

You can't make this stuff up:
Two House Democrats are proposing that the next national park be out of this world.
Reps. Donna Edwards, D-Md., and Eddie Bernice Johnson, D-Texas, propose in the "Apollo Lunar Landing Legacy Act" that a national historical park on the moon be created to ensure the American landing sites are preserved for future generations.
The lawmakers say the legislation is necessary to protect the Apollo landing sites for "posterity," as commercial space exploration increases and more foreign nations head to space.
The Hill reports the bill would allow the federal government to accept donations to help preserve the landing sites and would create visitor services and administrative offices "within reasonable proximity to the Historical Park."
Without comment, I will provide you with links to these elected representative's websites: Donna Edwards and Eddie Bernice Johnson.  For the record, I do not live in Ms Johnson's district, nor will I apologize for the idiots in Dallas that voted her into office and have kept her there.

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