Thursday, November 20, 2008

The Brilliance of Sarah Palin's Turkey Interview is once again Attacked by MSNBC, to the glee of their Gullible Minions.

Sarah Palin is brilliant.

Palin's interview at the Turkey Processing Plant was an uncomfortably beautiful thing to observe. If it made you uncomfortable to see Sarah Palin going on in a pleasant manner in the foreground while in the background Turkeys are being killed, the point is, YOU SHOULD FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE, and, IT IS REALITY.

According to MSNBC, it is Sarah Palin who was the fool, who didn't know better, and just let herself be videotaped with the background as it was. What MSNBC is in denial about is that this interview forces us to look at ourselves.

This is who we are. Can someone explain why it is "acceptable" to sit around the Thanksgiving dinner table, eating turkey, while talking about our social calendar? How is that any different than what Sarah Palin did?

At least Sarah Palin was showing it like it is, this is a part of our economy. Palin's immersion into her environment so that the entire scene MUST be viewed as inseparable, is the mark of a true artist. Is MSNBC's position that Sarah Palin is a fool for wanting to show everybody the truth about what goes on in a Turkey processing plant?

If it makes you uncomfortable to see Turkeys being killed in the background, don't allow MSNBC to manipulate your feelings into somehow thinking it's Sarah Palin who is to blame. There is no blame, the story here is society kill animals and eats them, to try and spin that message into this being about Sarah Palin is to insult the death of those animals.

Somebody in the animal movement once said to me, "If people didn't eat all of these turkeys, the turkeys would never be raised and they wouldn't exist at all in the first place". They were just pointing out the irony that if people didn't eat so much turkey for Thanksgiving, those Turkeys would never exist at all. Even though they abhorred Thanksgiving, they realized that without Thanksgiving, 70 million turkeys might never have lived at all.

How can one accurately judge how barbaric it is to create animal life for the purpose of food consumption when the alternative is to not create that animal life at all, especially if the animals are treated respectfully while they live?

1 comment:

Alessandro Machi said...

Have you looked around the internet at how "outraged" some are over Sarah Palin's Turkey interview?

lol, I hope they continue to discuss it over their Thanksgiving dinner while their faces are all wadded up with several mouthfuls of turkey, talking between gulps about Sarah's interview.

Gosh that would be just priceless.

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