Understanding Carry Capacity Or Drink Toilet Water
By Frosty Wooldridge
As gasoline continues rising toward its inevitable $5.00 and even $6.00 a gallon by October, and California’s drought worsens with strict water rationing becoming law—Americans, FINALLY, begin to understand their limits to growth and consumption!
In the movie “Dirty Harry”, Clint Eastwood said, “A man’s got to know his limitations…did he fire six shots or only five…well punk, which is it…do you know your limitations?”
While I hammer away at the immigration crisis facing America year after year, our Congress pours more human gasoline on the fire of our consequences by adding 182,000 immigrants every 30 days, month in and month out, year in and year out. Today, those consequences grow gargantuan beyond solving.
As you read in my last column, California faces a horrific human flood of 1,600 people added daily to that state. They cannot solve anything while everything goes to hell in a hand basket!
Rancher Gaylan Stewart of Spanish Fork, Utah wrote a letter on ‘carrying capacity’:
“I grew up on a ranch and so I know full well what you mean when you speak of “carrying capacity,” Stewart said. “If we over-grazed, we paid for it later, but this didn’t stop some of our neighbors. In fact, after they had overgrazed, they allowed their animals to push our fences until they were down and then their animals would move in and graze our pastures as well. Is there an analogy here? We put them back in and fix the fence, but before long grazed in our pastures again. So, instead of putting them back we started putting the “strays” out on the railroad tracks and roadways where they were scattered far and wide. Of course this angered the neighbor, but he got the message.
“As for California, they need to drink their own toilet water until they get the message. I live in Utah and we have always had a water shortage. Droughts come and go and some are real disasters, but if you have not been pushing the “carrying capacity” it is easier to survive. California and the rest of the Southwest have increased the population beyond the water capacity, and we are only one severe drought away from disaster, where we all may be drinking our own toilet water.”
Gentle reader, as you can see, we’re piling up irreversible consequences with unsolvable problems. Yet, not one presidential candidate addresses it and you, the American public, remain silent as a church mouse. Who will speak out if not you?(…Full Article)