drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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drieuxster

Should the Kosher laws cover the Kosher laws???

One of the fun things about
Iowa Gov. Chet Culver denounced a kosher meatpacking plant accused of child labor violations, echoing Upton Sinclair's disdain of cruelty toward immigrants.

The governor wrote a guest column in the Des Moines Sunday Register that criticized Agriprocessors Inc. in Postville for allegedly employing dozens of underage workers and taking advantage of a failed federal immigration system.

"In doing so, this company has fallen far short of meeting the high business standards that Iowans expect," Culver said.

[ cf Iowa governor denounces meatpacking plant in paper ]
Hum... What if Ethical Ethical had to be Ethical as well?

Can we maybe have a continuum with some UnEthical Ethical in the ethicalisms???

Remember, in the middle of our current holy crusade against they, them, those folks, somethings are seriously more important....
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