Does America have Alzheimer's?

Who will pull the plug on a brain-dead America? Photo: imgace.com

MILLINOCKET, Maine, April 21, 2013 — It appears there are no lucid thoughts to be found on the American landscape. We might as well be living in a geriatrically induced fantasy world, where logic and reason have sprouted wings and flown away.

In this fractured, disparate realm, the captains of chaos command the confused. When the neurons are neutered and the synapses have snapped, who will pull the plug on a brain-dead America?

We are debating whether bombers should be prosecuted as enemy combatants, or domestic criminals. And the cadre of conspiracy conjurors grows amid the cries of “Set-up!” or “Racism!”

We are debating whether or not a fetus is a lifeless clump of cells, or a pre-birth human.

Ripped from the womb, the writhing entity attempts to hold on to life, not knowing that a heartless snip of the blade will end its struggle.

When the world went up in flames around those who should have been protected, the debate over who-knew-what-and-when was callously dismissed by the question, “What difference does it make?”

In all those debates, the dead are still dead, slain by the hand of malevolence, ignorance and negligence. “Justice” has become yet another casualty in this Realm of Dementia.

JMB

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Pithanthropy the Human Conditioner by Jim Bozeman

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Jim Bozeman spent most of his working years in the printing business. Much of his work involved copy writing and proof reading. Born and raised in the Deep South, Jim is now retired and living in central Maine. 

 

 

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