higherkoalatee 260 Views
Joined: Oct 8, '07;
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I'm not sure people are so much afraid as they are unaware. I don't know how many times I've heard someone say, "It's always been this way," or worse "I always took 8 or more patients, you can do it." I don't think people realize there are other options. It's kinda of sad really.
I also don't think people understand that if they come together, and it's more than just 3 or 4 people who are asking the hard questions, and fighting the good fight, that almost anything can be accomplished. Just look at history, our nation was founded by a bunch of people who raised questions, and the were willing to stand by what they believed. Until the 1920's women couldn't vote-who changed that? Or what about civil rights, or 40 hour work weeks, or child labor laws?
What if everyone who wished everyone else well decided to call a friend and talk to them about what's really going on-what kind of change that could make?
I don't know what happened in Mesquite, and I honestly don't care. What I do know is when change is worth fighting for more people will fight. Look at the Revolutionary War , people thought the founders were idiot trying to get them selves killed (much worse than loosing a job.) But, when push came to shove the country was able to form a little milita that kept a big army at bay. Sure it was hard work, but if no one did it and everyone wished everyone else well we'd still be singing "Hail to the Queen" paying our bills with pounds, and wondering why someone who has never seen our country was making the rules (sound familar?)
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