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Old 01-07-2006, 11:11 PM
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If you guys are so boat smart, how come you didn't know that New Hampshire boating rules don't apply to Federal (aka Coast Guard) waters.

That's how this thread started. Or was it "tell a lie and stir up the pot"!
Man you really are CLUELESS!!! NH waterways extend out 3 miles. You did not know that yet WE are the ones that are the problems out on the water? We are the ones that are uninformed?
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Great Answer

But the question was....

Do you support the right of a majority of New Hampshire citizens, by way of their elected representatives, to enact a speed limit on Lake Winnipesaukee?

Its kind of a yes or no thing
No it is not. Your question is FLAWED like everything you spew out. The problem is we are not just talking about lake Winni we are talking abot the entire state!
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TRUE!

But what percentage can post a link to an independent study that backs up their percentages?

http://americanresearchgroup.com/nhpoll/boat/
Ok so there are 1,299,500 people in NH according to the 2004 census bureau http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/33000.html . So they sampled 600 people (again that do not even boat so they are uniformed to the real issue at hand). So that is what percent of the population? Ok it took me a while to find a calculator that could even carry out such a small number but just so that you know it is .00046 percent. So is that poll really a good sample of the total states opinion? So hear we are again providing facts and you ignore our pointed questions and continue to set forth your agument based on your desire to rid the lake of loud boats. Oh by the way there is already a law for loud boats. Maybe you can look it up with all the free time that you obviously have.
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Barrett has proved he is a good bureaucrat by changing his mind on HB162. I think he saw the writing on the wall.

Yesterday, in a Citizen article, he said he supports a new bill by Rep. Whalley that will create tougher noise limits that are easier to test. Below is a quote. I don't know about sound testing, will this be a problem for performance boaters?


"Whalley is proposing a scaled-down test which simply requires a Marine Patrol officer to hold a decibel-measuring device four feet away from an idling boat. The bill changes the decibel level to 90 for boats built before 1990, and 88 for newer vessels. While the decibel levels are raised in the proposed legislation, Whalley pointed out it was necessary to do so because the new test would be conducted at a much closer range."

http://www.fosters.com/apps/pbcs.dll...73231879771210

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Man you really are a little slow. I almost feel bad for turning your arguments against you. Now if you read the artical correctly you will notice that the law is talking about noise. This thread is about the speed limit. So just because the MP is for a different safer way to test boats DB level does NOT mean that he is for the speed limit. Are you fallowing the bouncing ball? Man your aguments are pathetic.
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New Hampshire boating regulations cover lakes and ponds, plus rivers where they are less than 2 miles wide.

I would look it up and post the link, but its better that you learn to do these things for yourself.
Man you really should keep your MOUTH SHUT. You are so poorly informed. Please give me the link that says what you are saying. I will link you to http://www.nauticalcharts.noaa.gov/csdl/mbound.htm

were is says:

Three Nautical Mile Line-- The Three Nautical Mile Line, previously identified as the outer limit of the territorial sea, is retained on NOAA's nautical charts as it continues to depict the jurisdictional limit of other laws. The 9-nautical mile Natural Resource Boundary off the Gulf coast of Florida, Texas, and Puerto Rico, and the Three Nautical Mile Line elsewhere remain in most cases the inner limit of Federal fisheries jurisdiction and the outer limit of the jurisdiction of the states. The territorial sea was extended from three to twelve nautical miles by Presidential Proclamation No. 5928 on December 27, 1988

Now take a week or so to digest that site and tell me you are sorry and you are WRONG. It is a national line not just for NH. You think NH can say that they do not want to have jurisdiction from thier cost line out to 3 mile. Get a clue. Clean our your bong water it is effecting your brains ability to fallow the logical steps.
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Barrett has proved he is a good bureaucrat by changing his mind on HB162. I think he saw the writing on the wall.

Yesterday, in a Citizen article, he said he supports a new bill by Rep. Whalley that will create tougher noise limits that are easier to test. Below is a quote. I don't know about sound testing, will this be a problem for performance boaters?


"Whalley is proposing a scaled-down test which simply requires a Marine Patrol officer to hold a decibel-measuring device four feet away from an idling boat. The bill changes the decibel level to 90 for boats built before 1990, and 88 for newer vessels. While the decibel levels are raised in the proposed legislation, Whalley pointed out it was necessary to do so because the new test would be conducted at a much closer range."

http://www.fosters.com/apps/pbcs.dll...73231879771210

Are you guys aware that not being a paying member here I can't see the images you are posting?
See now when I read this I read your first line as that he is changine his mind on the speed limit..... Man you can not even lie well. You know what they say it is very hard to keep track of all the lies. Kind of snowballs dosn't it.......
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