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Re: Opposition to liveaboards

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Originally Posted by Minnewaska View Post
Wowza.....

You can live any bloody way you choose. But only if the rules of the marina you are in allow it. Then, everyone else gets to decide if they want to live next to you or move away. Its a pretty simple democracy and the minority has to live with it. Ask 48% of the people that just voted for President how they feel about not getting their way, particularly when the 52% are rubbing it in like it was a landslide.
I agree you can live any way you blody choose.

If you move to a marina whic has rules on corformity like an HOA does in land communities, thats is the right of the owners or slipholders to make rules up preserve their interests and value of thier marina. I am not arguing the validity of them, just that the homeowners have the right to make the rules by majority as long as they arent discriminatory. You dont have to live there and you dont have the right to bitch about it, move somewhere else

However if you move to a marina where there are no such rules, no one has the right to make you conform to their levels of organizatioin or standards and if they dont like it then they can move somewhere else/.

Getting tired of the losers pretending they didnt loose. It doesnt make any difference by how much. Just ask the 52% who feel the 48% are acting like they didnt loose.

Or ask the majoirty who voted for Gore but Bush won? Its the way the process works, just eal with it you lost.
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