AM I MY BROTHER’S KEEPER?
A saying from the Bible’s story of Cain and Abel. After Cain had murdered his brother Abel, God asked him where his brother was. Cain answered, “I know not; am I my brother’s keeper?”
Cain’s words have come to symbolize people’s unwillingness to accept responsibility for the welfare of their fellows — their “brothers” in the extended sense of the term. The tradition of Judaism and Christianity is that people do have this responsibility. (See Good Samaritan, Love thy neighbor as thyself, http://www.answers.com/topic/love-thy-neighbor-as-thyself )
House Burns To Ground Over $75.
New Tea Party Mantra
BURN BABY BURN!
No pay, no spray: Firefighters let home burn
Tennessee house in ashes after homeowner ‘forgot’ to pay $75
Here’s a video of Keith Olbermann
interviewing the victim of a horrible rural policy within the
South Fulton Fire Department … I guess the new Tea Party chant
will be “BURN BABY BURN!” Hmmm, where
have I heard that before? thinkingblue
PS: TALK ABOUT HYPOCRISY (To the
The below statement was on the Fulton City Fire Department’s
mission of the South Fulton Fire Department is to protect the
lives and property of its citizens…”