I was reading the December issue, which contained a spoof political piece by the man who calls himself Sparrow. He writes:
"We are close the fifth year of the disastrous American occupation of Iraq. Nearly four thousand US soldiers have died, and uncounted number of Iraqi citizens. Why is there so little public outrage in the United States over this ruthless, heart-stabbing war? I can see by one reason: only human beings are dying. Unfortunately we must demand that cats be sent to Iraq. If each US Army solider carried a defenseless kitten on his or her shoulder, or attached to a belt in a small cage, millions of Americans would be marching in the streets with signs saying, "No Kitten Blood for Oil."
The sad thing is, he's right.