BMBV, well said. Thanks to you and a group of locals, through this thread, we have combined our interest in the protection of our community and neighbors’ quality of life. Your voices have made a huge impact on holding CU activists accountable. We have inspired a handful of other mediums and actions that have definitely quieted the false narratives, and reduced the public video ambush circus.Are you now patronizing me because you now understand that I purchased private beach front property for just over a hundred thousand dollars with the “help” of a mortgage? And now we might have things in common? If we do, one wouldn’t know it based on your rants.
You consistently play both sides of this CU issue but rarely address core issues associated with CU. You even admit that CU probably won’t stand up to Constitutional law. Wait a minute....WE DO HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON!
Actually, IMO, your posts are quite taxing, unless one loves elite wealthism conspiracy theories on the Redneck Riviera or one loves having general political and socioeconomic smoke blown up one’s rear orifice in a thread specific to CU. I suggest starting a new thread sans CU for those issues that are near and dear to your heart.
OTOH, this thread, again IMHO, has more than adequately shone a very bright light on the antics of pro-CU activists with the help of some very smart people (who you title as wealthy elite). As a matter of fact, I have noticed a drop in all the shallow personal attacks on BFOs and blatant mistruths from people and groups like Florida Beaches for All (not just here on SoWal). And at least to that end, Reggie’s thread has been a positive one.
Give me free beaches or give me death!
Oh get over yourself... if you think that this thread has changed minds or affected the outcome of the CU battle you are delusional.BMBV, well said. Thanks to you and a group of locals, through this thread, we have combined our interest in the protection of our community and neighbors’ quality of life. Your voices have made a huge impact on holding CU activists accountable. We have inspired a handful of other mediums and actions that have definitely quieted the false narratives, and reduced the public video ambush circus.
The tide is turning. Common sense is returning. There are hints that the public and county now realize that forcefully suing almost 5,000 of the significant taxpayers in the county might not be the best way to ask for a compromise.
Hopefully the radicals can let go. Then we can get back to coexisting on these fabulous beaches we call home. There is hope. Allow a few selfless leaders with no agenda to address the problem, and it gets done handsomely. But for the record, regardless of who wins...
Customary Use Will Destroy Our 30A Legacy
That's some class A bullshit spin right there my friends.Translated for those who took the time and researched the law and Walton County beach ownership history...
“I want something nice and of significant value that you have owned for many years. If you don’t hand it over to me as a result of my threats, I’m willing to fight you to the death to steal it.”
It really is that simple.
Ok, let’s review:That's some class A bullshit spin right there my friends.
I bet you're able to fool some of the people some of the time.
You do realize that people can see every post and you don't need to keep repeating the BS over and over and over. Nothing better to do with your time? Doesn't your money need counting or something? I bet it's feeling neglected and lonely.Ok, let’s review:
50% of Walton beaches have been private for 100 years
50% are county/state owned aka “public”
So the Public beaches are already “free”
But You want all beaches to be “free”, meaning you have access and use to them all at your discretion.
But the other 50% are private.
You want them also, but someone else owns them.
So you demand “Give me” your property! And when that doesn’t happen...
You equate your desire to take those beaches with your life itself - “beaches or death”
This indicates your willingness to fight for your desire to steal private property until the death.
What did I miss?