Perspective for your consideration … What does it look like when it’s fixed…?
I rise to offer a salute of gratitude to the pending action those sworn to serve and to protect appear to be taking to eliminate callous barbaric animal cruelty.
I remain standing in awe these same individuals by their silence promote callous and barbaric cruelty in the form of “cage fighting” of their fellow human beings. They can point their collective finger, should they choose, towards our State Capital to note our Governor and the 90 mental midgets masquerading as our State Legislature and Senate provided the “law” enabling – “cage fighting” – to be a plank in supporting our state’s economy according to “press” releases.
We humans are quite amazing on the one hand we see, feel, understand and extend compassion to eliminating man’s overt cruelty to animals, while on the other, we choose to turn that now blind eye on man’s inhumanity to man as we engage in – cage fighting – utter brutality for our amusement, enjoyment and to promote our economy…? Is this not on yet another level a re-enactment of the Christians being thrown to the lions for the carnal pleasure of the ancient Romans…?
What is life about, if not to learn to live with as opposed in our hubris to dehumanize, annihilate and slaughter..? That we are able to support all the implications surrounding “cage-fighting” makes the actions of Americans soldiers at Abu Grah in Iraq understandable, though reprehensible.
For you, what does it look like when it’s fixed … or do you feel there is nothing to be fixed…?
… People should never be afraid of their government, government should always be afraid of the people …
And let me be even a bit bolder, I am most willing to present and discuss any water issue before any audience in Arizona where open full disclosure and two way dialog is permitted.