Skip to comments.Boulder Colorado to Pass “Nature Rights Law” Giving Flowers a “Right to Life”
Posted on 09/12/2013 2:03:27 PM PDT by NYer
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I’m jealous, Texas really needs that rain.
More Buddhist than Hindu.
Abolish the food chain! It’s sooooo unfair!! I mean....amoeba have feelings too!!
Sick — and how many babies died today from abortion?
“Maybe they should pass a law protecting floods like what happened last night.”
Indeed. I think it’s brutal to Boulder Creek to hem it in with walls so that it cannot expand to its natural, Gaia created boundaries during a flood. How dare humans interfere with nature.
Tonight, God willing, I pray those walls will hold up and the torrent of water coming down the canyon will not wipe out about 1/5 of the city of Boulder, along with the butterflies, fish, deer, trees, and wildflowers that it is ripping to shreds at this moment.
If that young lady’s home is preserved tonight—and I hope it is—she will blissfully continue in her ignorance that man controlling and modifying nature is what saved her home and a whole bunch of trees and other stuff she actually likes.
Yep, me too.
May God bless her powerful witness.
Wow, who will they arrest as the floods have probably destroyed a ton of flower gardens - in Boulder County. Will property owners be charged with negligence since they didn’t dig up all their flowers and plants and haul them to higher ground when they evacuated?
What’s so funny is the act would protect from harvesting the grass they want to smoke. (Hee! Hee!)
“Nature rights” as opposed to Natural Rights.
These folks sound like Poison Ivy’s character from the Batman comics.
Did you read my follow up post?
You talk too much.
Anyone who has been in a college community like Boulder might recall that these activists love plants and animals but hate humans. They see abortion as a way to protect the environment from the damage caused by humans. So, no, they would not extend their protections to human babies. Besides, in college town, babies are viewed as a threat to personal freedom and the free-spirited college lifestyle.
You can expect the activists to spew hate on anyone seen walking on the grass—activists are not in it to be peaceful, loving supporters of plants—activists are very angry people.
That is my observation.
You read signs poorly.
Apparently so have others but don’t let that stop you from frothing at the mouth.
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