The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles
I don't know why, but I am on a real tear. I've been hitting some of the animal rights blogs and really trying to get an intellectual conversation going. In some cases I have been treated with the same courtesy and respect I show them. Ms. Doris Lin's Blog and site has been polite and open. (She's an attorney, I don't hold it against her.) Some I have been ignored at, and others they just blow up and splatter themselves.
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But what I think is bugging me the most though is the lack of courage among so many of them. I mean really, is using a name and linking back to your site so frightening or am I so intimidating? I am really at the point of calling them to task on this. (I'm sooo mean.)
Recently, Anonymous #2 said I wasn't a real man. Quite frankly anonymous, look in your own pants before you point fingers.
Did you read that post carefully? Would you allow someone to show your child a disturbing movie? Or would you make your point with gentle and instructive guidance? Because it seems that you seem to think that it's ok for a PeTA supporter to traumatize a child with the horrific images I witnessed. If that is the case, then you need to...
I'm not sure what you would need, but I would start it with a good old fashioned ass whipping.
Now for a lesson in being a man, which I would happily give you at any time and place of your choosing:
Real men don't hide behind anonymous.Real men master their fears.
Real men take it like a man.
Real men do not allow others to dictate to them.
Real men protect their families from any threat.
Real men give their children every opportunity to live safe and free from fear.
Real men protect the right of others to live without coercion.
Real men serve in the military, risk their lives, and protect everyone, even the ones they don't like.
Real men die for pukes like you. Not because we want to die, but because that is what we do.
Do you meet any of those qualifications?
Albert A Rasch
US Army Retired
Proud father of three, one also in the US Army.