Sunday, March 1, 2015

Insane Legislation

How much more are people the world over going to accept before asking insane rulers implementing insane legislation to step down?

I just learned that in Florida, legislation has been implemented which makes it a crime for humans to help one another.  Floridians are accepting this.  Why?  Why is it ok to you to make it a crime for one human to extend a helping hand to another?  What does it say about people in Florida?  Sheople comes to mind.  What does it say about the politicians?  Psychopathic comes to mind.  What is wrong with the police officers that they don't follow moral integrity over crazy legislation?  Why don't they see their job has become that of supporting crazy politicians instead of maintaining peace? The politicians may not even be human, but they definitely are not for humans.  Drop that plate or I'll shoot.  Crazy!

The following is from

"Third Arrest for 90-Year-Old Man Who Feeds Homeless Feeds

The city of Fort Lauderdale has issued three criminal citations against him, but he says he has no fear of spending time in jail.

3rd Arrest for 90-Year-Old Man Who Feeds Homeless
Arnold Abbott’s on a mission to feed the homeless and he won’t let a newly enacted law in Fort Lauderdale stand in his way.
Abbott’s been cited with a criminal violation three times since the city’s ban on “public food sharing” went into effect Oct. 22. His most recent arrest came Wednesday night, according to
The station reported that Abbott, as promised, was out on Fort Lauderdale Beach feeding the homeless Wednesday when local police parted the crowd to issue the elderly man his third criminal citation. They did, however, allow him to continue feeding the hungry who had gathered.
The brouhaha over Abbott’s determination to feed the hungry began Nov. 2 when he and two local pastors were arrested for feeding people in Fort Lauderdale’s Stranahan Park.
Abbott is the founder of Love Thy Neighbor, a local nonprofit that helps the homeless. He’d only handed out a few of the 300 meals he had prepared when police told him to stop or else.
Abbott, who battled the city’s ban on feeding homeless on the beach back in 1999 and won, wrote on his Facebook page that an officer told him to “’Drop that plate immediately.’ As though it were a weapon.”
Abbott now says he has filed a motion against the city to uphold that 1999 ruling. In the meantime, he promised via Facebook to continue showing up at 5:30 each Wednesday on Fort Lauderdale Beach to feed the homeless.
The second criminal citation against Abbott was written last Wednesday as he was feeding homeless on the beach. The new law carries a penalty of up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine.
Those penalties don’t frighten Abbott.
“I appreciate all of your concern for my safety, but I have faced the Klu Klux Klan on many occasions, and I have no fear of spending the night in a Fort Lauderdale jail,” Abbott wrote on Facebook. “I thank you all, and I pray that we all stay strong. We shall prevail!”  "

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