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  •  Past 6 Yrs (8+ / 0-)

    set our world back 16.
    Used to be climate change, alternative energy, peace dividend, were baselines, we were starting to think globally, act locally. Then came Skimpy.

    Human suffering will always exist...
    but for us to intentionally inflict suffering of this magnitude
    absolutely unnecessarily...

    we will all now learn from this unforgivably egregious recklessness

    I know it is getting better now, ande not a friggin moment too soon

    Love is the source, substance and future of all being. --St. Francis

    by ksingh on Wed Jan 17, 2007 at 03:07:35 PM PST

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    •  I think (1+ / 0-)
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      ksingh

      we may come out of this stronger in some ways than before.

      Used to be, we were talking about climate change as a hypothetical.  Hell, that was -- what, two, three years ago?

      Today, next to nobody denies what's going on.  Hell, we even converted Pat Robertson.

      Throw in Peak Oil, and I'll start believing there's hope for the country.

      •  Bill Moyers (2+ / 0-)
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        4Freedom, lemming22

        recently attributed to ben franklin
        the statement
        democracy is like two wolves and a lamb
        voting on what to have for dinner...
        (come on wolves, damnit, not so selfish!!)

        and then


        thou shalt not kill
        has been around awhile
        but it hasn't really caught on

        still, I agree with you.
        this administration's deranged absence of empathic vision will stand as an emphatic cautionary tale for future humans

        imho

        ~:)

        Love is the source, substance and future of all being. --St. Francis

        by ksingh on Wed Jan 17, 2007 at 04:32:12 PM PST

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