Thursday, July 19, 2007

Idiocy Prevails in Kettering

I know how far we have come in a few generations. My Dad's mother killed chickens and use to have them in the yard to supplement food supplies. Now we are so far removed from Nature that we think we can regulate it out of existence. Does anybody ask whether keeping a certain amount of chickens might be a good thing? Do we ask why the law was created and for what benefit? NO! We fall back on legal interpretation instead of looking at the big picture.

The time is arriving were energy costs are going to continue to increase due to declining production, and if you, as a citizen, start to hear about wars and strife in the developing world it will be partially due to the fact that they can no longer afford oil to power their societies. America will not know or care as the newspapers and government refuse to discuss, because the American way of life is not negotiable.

If you determine that you can fill up your tank and kill those with oil to live the American dream, then so be it. We have killed many men and beasts to make America, why not continue to pillage. It is just our nature.

1 comment:

Jeffrey said...

Seems like a good case of government busybodyness.

What I always found ironic is that these suburbs are full of those "get government off our backs" conservatives, yet its their own local governments that are the most intrusive.

BTW, I see in the paper that anti-consilidated dispatch group has 4,000 sigs on their anti-consolidated-dispatch-center petition.

Only in a place as disfunctional as the Dayton metropolitan area would something as common sense as consolidated emergency dispatch be a controversy.