Saturday, March 19, 2005

Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Eagle 1 started off his blog, “I like an honest debate. However, something is amiss in the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge matter.” ( linked via title bar, still having trouble hiding URL links )

It’s been said that a picture is worth a thousand words; then you need to go look at the TWO pictures that he has, the one that is the reality and the one that the environmental wacko’s would have us believe in. Since most of us won’t have the chance or the desire to go visit such an extremely hostile place as the ANWR, I suggest that we not be fooled by pictures of Bambi and Thumper sniffing fields of lush flowers with “happy little mountains” in the background.

I used to love watching the fellow on the PBS channel who could paint mountain scenes, oil on canvass from start to finish in half an hour. I think he may have been drinking some of the paint thinner or the fumes had gotten to him, not that there was anything wrong with it, he just was having a better time talking about those happy little mountains further along in the show.

The environmental wacko’s would have us believe the fuzzy little critters are going to be cast out of some kind of Garden of Eden and into the frozen waste after those nasty oil drilling companies destroy their homes. Guess what folks, it already is a frozen waste and those fuzzy little critters, those imaginary fuzzy little critters are about as real as the happy little mountains on that PBS show. Now, go visit EagleSpeak’s blog and get informed. He has a great link to REAL facts on ANWR.

Then you can come back and admire my art work. I thought it would be fun to put my father in law on that happy little lake near the happy little mountains; he would have liked that.

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