whale Observation | Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

Coming soon: Link to Waterfront Photography, in historic downtown Hyannis, Massachusetts, Cape Cod, USA 02651

November 19, 2009


Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:53 am

Tug, as seen here on my bed, is a Maine Coon cat.  Maine Coon cats originated from a journey that a French dignitary took across the pond to Newfoundland, Canada where a Persian cat was bred with a bobcat.  This mix of domestic and wild created a very tough feline that acts more like a dog than a cat.  Observing the observer brings me to my point–it is better to take a step back and observe.  By removing oneself from the fray of political insanity, such as the newest “pray for Obama” bumper stickers that litter our landscape, you can see the forest for the trees.  Quoting passages of the Bible and taking them completely out of context is not only dangerous, it borders on criminal.  When one realizes that those who own the airwaves can bend the information however they wish, it brings one to the conclusion that this country has entered a dangerous stage in it’s development.  When we should be concentrating on bringing our troops home from foreign soil, creating health care for all, healing our damaged planet and creating new jobs that actually create something of value, we are instead focused on flagrant LIES promulgated on polluted airwaves “owned” by crooked men.  Moreover, these men put dangerous ideas into the heads of people who live and die by the sword.  Quoting a small portion of the Bible and equating it to our President is egregious at best and criminal at worst.  The ultimate form of hypocrisy is now taking place in this country, coming from people whose platform is based on the words of Jesus himself…Observation is the only answer.  Light always shines away darkness-- As it was then, as it is NOW and will be Forever…Have a nice Thursday!  Peace~ M

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