You've obviously never been in the BLM office in Farmington, so you have no idea what you are talking about, therefore, your nameless opinion is once again useless.<quoted text>
silly - they are hopelessly understaffed and manage almost 2 million acres on our behalf. Of course they need more boots on the ground and in the field - especially for law enforcement and resource protection, but to suggest that they are sitting in fancy digs (LOL) doing nothing of importance is insulting and untrue.
There is exactly one field law enforcment officer for the entire Farmington district, and there are less than 200 for the whole nation. Yet the BLM says that's all they need in the field. So if they are "hopelessly understaffed", it's by their own choosing. If you visit the office, you will see plenty of people sitting in their cubicles, talking on the phone and shuffling paperwork. It's a typical government bureaucracy, no different than any other. Top heavy with management who rarely see the field.
Unfortunately, there are far too many people like you, who defend the status quo, for any real change to take place. Like the Obama Administration's version of "Change", there are plenty of smoke and mirrors, but don't pay any attention to the man behind the curtain.