President Bush has recently declared a national disaster to the nearly 700 miles of blazing wildfire in California. The blaze is being investigated as a possible act of arsen, and the damage has cost over 1 billion dollars already. Over half a million people have evacuated affected areas.
In Atlanta, city officials are trying to figure out what to do about a dwindling water supply. Conservatives are pointing their fingers at liberals, criticizing a decision to route large amounts of water that could be used for drinking to the Florida wetlands.
What should we think when our country is ablaze in one part of the land and the water supply is dwindling in another? Maybe we need a mass rain dance for planetary consciousness?Tweet