Ms.

By D Gehgan Heim
October 3, 2013

National Parks, Monuments and Historic places in our country are our right to preserve and share through respect, enjoyment and learning about our culture life and history. We pay taxes for many areas of our Government and we deserve to keep our National treasures and Parks Open and safe for all of us now and for future generations. These Parks we govern not just Congress or the Senate. We fund and own them. These treasures are ours to keep and share with others around the world. These places are who we are and what makes us Americans. It is our genealogy in every sense of our culture and heritage. It is our responsibility to protect and keep them forever. Not to constantly shut them down whenever Washington DC politicians can't do their jobs as our elected representatives. Cut their pay,stop all their perks and life long special benefits. Put them on furlough without pay until they do the job they were elected to do for us. Parks are our property and our right to keep open. We have a vested interest in them all with our financial support and lives given for our Country. We need to value these places and hallowed grounds, these are our places, our History. Please tell your State Representatives and give support to keep all our National Treasures open. Thank you.

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