Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama

“I think how we treat our animals reflects how we treat each other. It’s very important that we have a president who is mindful of the cruelty that is perpetrated on animals” Barack Obama

“The important point is that I am very mindful of the fact that sportsmen in America may have gone hunting with their fathers, their grandfathers, their mothers, their grandmothers, and that this is part of a tradition and a way of life that has to be preserved. And there’s nothing that I will do as president of the United States that will in any way encroach on the ability of sportsmen to continue that tradition” Barack Obama

“The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it” Albert Einstein

That is some messed up logic Mr. President! Incest and other forms of abuse have been passed down over the ages as well … from their fathers, their grandfathers, their mothers, their grandmothers. And your point is?

Just because a practice is tradition and a “way of life” has nothing to do with whether the crimes should be preserved over time or not. What does matter is that they stop today.

Maybe a little Buddha will help, "Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it." Buddha knew 2500 years ago what our elected leader can't seem to realize in our current 2009. Where is the forward evolution of thought, respect and responsibility Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama? Please consider joining the human race.

Murder and corpse-munching are dangerous activities. Margaret Mead wrote, “One of the most dangerous things that can happen to a child is to kill or torture an animal and get away with it”. Getting away with murder is a terrible thing in itself, rewarding children with happy meat and father and son “traditional” hunting trips is a crime against humanity. Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama guilty as charged.

“I think that having a head of the Department of Interior who doesn’t understand hunting and fishing would be a problem” Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama

“I think that having a head of the Department of Interior who doesn’t understand how wrong and unethical hunting and fishing really is, would be a huge problem. Even more problematic would be a President who didn’t understand the great value of life and the pursuit of happiness” Warwak

So much for real change.

Are the things that matter the most improved by your “promise and hope” of great change, or are they in reality just empty words? The song remains the same.

This is the most pressing serious issue there ever was–a matter of life and death–that attacks the roots of most of our despair; the “big idea” that can’t be tossed aside for some minor consideration given the gravity and late hour of our dilemmas.

Why argue it? We know how to use the internet and are not stupid. Murder is murder, plain and stupid as the happy meat on your plate Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama.

Hunting: the practice of pursuing animals for food, recreation, or trade. (A practice Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama proudly supports)

Humane: courteous or obliging towards humans and animals. (Behaviors Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama casts aside because that is what we have always done)

I see no connection at all; however, I do see patterns. Patterns of apathy. Patterns of convenient hereditary ignorance. Patterns of sweeping things under the rug. Patterns of speciesism. Patterns of empty words. Patterns of disconnect. Patterns of selfishness. Patterns of slavery. Patterns of torture. Patterns of murder. Patterns of the holocaust. Patterns of moral bankruptcy.

Obama = Not humane

Warwak = Not satisfied

Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama chooses to “change” certain policies; while, choosing to leave other policies/crimes in place. Father and son trips into the wilderness to murder innocent animals is just one of the many things Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama chooses to sweep under the rug. Children with rifles and hunting are off limits for our elected President.

Another issue Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama chooses to ignore is one of the most vital government programs which influences/shapes our children’s eating habits for life - the National School Lunch (NSL) program. Our elected President knows full well all the consequences/crimes against humanity he is directly responsible for (by ignoring the NSL) as evidenced by his admissions on this YouTube video; in which, Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama clearly states, “Americans would actually benefit from a change in diet. I don't think that that's something that we should legislate”

Fixing the NSL program would be a great step in the right direction in solving the biggest problems our children face. Just like Gore and Oprah, they can sit around with Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama and discuss the Health Care Crisis, Global Warming, Pollution, Starvation, and School Shootings over some happy meat at their fancy balls with their silver forks.

“The most violent weapon on earth is the table fork” Mahatma Gandhi

Even Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama commented on the Agriprocessor's ethical black hole on a campaign stop in Davenport, IA, remarking, “They have kids in there wielding buzz saws and cleavers. It’s ridiculous.”

Yes, rifles, table forks, buzz saws and cleavers. It’s ridiculous.

“All ancient philosophy was oriented toward the simplicity of life and taught a certain kind of modesty in one’s need. In light of this, the few philosophic vegetarians have done more for mankind than all new philosophers, and as long as philosophers do not take courage to seek out a totally changed way of life and to demonstrate it by their example, they are worth nothing.” Nietzsche

“If you want to change the world, the change has to happen with you first” Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama

“I like barbeque” Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama

Nietzsche, Warwak, and the World are calling you out Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama.

Time to go vegan.

I mean, if Warwak can do it, you certainly can. If I can, anyone can. It’s not rocket science, connect the dots. Indoctrinating children into a violent society is not the way to conduct business Mr. President. As long as public schools serve children milk and chopped-up animals for lunch, students will disrespect life. School shootings are a testament how well children learn respect, responsibility, and love from those they trust to care for them. Humane Education reinforced with a vegan school lunch will solve many of our most urgent problems.

It is not a "personal choice" when you are eating my friends and you are ruining my world. When you made your "personal choice", did you ask the animal if you could confine, torture, and murder him or her? When you made your "personal choice", did you ask me if I mind all your pollution and devastation? My tax money subsidizes your "personal choice". Just because we personally make selfish choices does not make them "personal choices."

Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama has read the United Nation’s Long Shadow report outlining the corpse-munching world’s desire for cadavers and the resulting legacy of death and destruction Factory Farming leaves our children and our one and only Earth.

The buck stops where? Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama is ultimately responsible for the USDA, FCC, FDA, and the NSL program and yet refuses to end our country’s legacy of tyranny---which our elected President now owns---in an abomination of lost corpse-munching suppressed souls.

"If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as the souls who live under tyranny." Thomas Jefferson (1778)

“Our food system world-wide is under enormous pressure. It's under enormous pressure because as a consequence of climate change, you've had severe changes in weather patterns” Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama

“If we reduced obesity down to the rates that existed in 1980, we would save the medicare system a trillion dollars. We would reduce diabetes rates. We would reduce heart disease. So, the fact that we subsidize some of these big agribusiness operations that are not necessarily producing healthy food and we discourage, or we don't subsidize, farmers who are producing fruits and vegetables and small scale farming that gets produce immediately to consumers as opposed to having it processed. The fact that we are not doing more to make sure that healthy food is in the schools … all those things don't make sense.” Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama

"It is important for us to re-examine our overall food policy so that we're encouraging good habits and not bad habits. For example, just making sure there are more fruits and vegetables in school lunch programs. That would make an enormous difference in how our children's diets develop. That would make us healthier over the long term. It would cut our health care costs and maybe it would help people elsewhere in the world, who are in less wealthy countries, feed themselves as well. So, it's a great question. It's important.” Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama

“Never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated” Mahatma Gandhi

So much for greatness and moral progress.

These people of great responsibility cave when it comes to their own causes. And it is not like he doesn’t know. Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama knows full well all the implications of Factory Farming and our dying world, as well as the health care crisis and world hunger. He also admits addressing these issues would be wise but then does nothing as evidenced by the YouTube video posted above. Our elected President's answer was, “So, it's a great question. It's important,” but then neglects to answer how he plans on dealing with the school lunch program. Unless, Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama thinks the NSL program is not something to legislate.

Do something ... please ... we can't take it anymore. You are eating our friends and ruining our world. Stop the corpse-munching ... please Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama

Hunters, farmers, and corpse-munching presidents are really just grown-up boys getting away with murder. These bad men are immature selfish little boys who have acquired the power to prevent reason from taking away their toys. Yes, I am talking about you Barack “nothing that I will do” Obama. You are a very bad boy. The worst of the lot.

Come on you big baby, give up your baby-bottle. It doesn't take an Einstein to figure it out.

“Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet” Einstein

"Just because you got the monkey off your back, doesn't mean the circus has left town" Carlin

Silence is complicity, as is tolerance.

Evolve. Vegan America-Revolt!

History cares not of pride, nor, conformists, only to a gasp at how primitive they must have been; whereas, we always remember those who are able to change with great reverence, for they put aside pride and refused to conform to evil.

We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common good, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish veganism for the United States of America

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  1. Spot on Mr. Warwak! I don't see any major "change" in the near future either... just more muddling and more corpse munching. What will it take to get them on the peace train?

  2. Well I can understand Obama. He is one person and not a dictator. What he dictates is the selfish reality of the will of the people who vote, and animal do not vote.

    To force change, redirect the anger towards our grandchildren. If you don't have grandchildren, then adopt some.

    - Daniel Manahan

    The Catholics did it right! they had lots of children to perpetuate their beliefs. we must do the same.

    We need some vegan Octomoms

  3. You said that "it's easy to be popular with popular views." yes!

    I remember him swiping at the small-town mentality with "they cling to their guns and religion." But, apparently, he's snuggled up with sadistic bloodlust hunting contingent.

    I guess whatever sounds good goes.

    I just hope people start paying attention before it's too late.

    And I can't believe I didn't back Kucinich! I regret that one.

  4. I am in agreement with you on veganism/animals, abolition, our culture, tradition & agribusiness. However, for purposes of gaining vegan acceptance, credibility and respect I think that we need to address Barack on these issues, but should cease the diatribes and name calling. By doing so you appear (in a way) to be alligning yourself and the movement with the antics of (crazy people) the right-who call him Stalin, a Socialist,& someone who want's to kill old people; then there are the birthers, the town hall nonsense, the religious right & NRA. It may be wise to avoid having similar slogans and posters to psychos in the Idaho Backcountry. I think we are in aggreement (maybe not?) that Obama is a great improvement over Bush/Cheny. We need to start by being people he can respect..

  5. Corpse munchers, will rot in hell!!

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  7. Spot on mate, I couldn't have said it better myself!

    Jason from Dog Beds

  8. Vegan, no way! I love meat.