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Business beats animal welfare in Colorado — 2 Comments

  1. conquer. I knew that was spelled wrong but it finally occurred to me how to spell it. Sorry. I also remember asking if there were a way to edit comments made after they’re submitted and I know Michael said it would take some work, not easy, can’t do it. At least my mistakes aren’t too frequent but conquer was a pretty bad one.

  2. You’re painfully right about this “man’s” one-trick-pony attitude toward running things and that it’s given state legislators free reign to do the same. They’re all gutless wonders, short term thinkers and major, major todeys. Our country is as good as ruined economically and worse, morally. I can’t believe what’s happening here, and stuff like animal welfare is on the chopping block as far as they are all concerned. The environment, healthcare, social security, human rights are all on the same list; it’s just a matter of time. Well, they’re already taking hits actually; they just won’t ruin them completely until and if Trump gets re-elected. There’s already no checks on Trump as it is now. They all only care about this next election cycle then everything will be in the crapper. Our public service/welfare/justice system is all doomed. They’re all corrupted now which ironically most of Trump’s supporters claimed they were thinking would be made better, not worse. What idiots my fellow Americans are, but animal welfare is certainly not a care for any of them (have to say republicans). I never used to be very political but it’s hard not to be anymore. Just depends on what you care about and if your eyes are open. I hear much of the same is going on over there too, I’m sorry to hear. Division seems to be the order of the day. Divide and concur (the Russians are so playing us), and those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. That stuff holds true and my fellow Americans will learn the hard way apparently.

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