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Exotic Wildlife Association

As we approach the holidays and in the aftermath of the senseless slaughter of 26 innocent lives, I, like many of you, have an overwhelming desire to cling to those that are the most important in my life. As all Americans attempt to make some sense of this carnage there is absolutely no way to ever justify the rampage and twisted mind of the young man that took the lives of so many and the innocence of many, many more.


I am tired of the old cliques and the same rhetoric that is used in every violent event. There are those who will use this as a platform for more gun control, those who will blame the schools for not having enough security in place, those who blame the violent video games that consume vast amounts of time of a multitude of young and old in this country and those who blame the parents of the shooter for not recognizing a troubled son.


It is time for all of America to stop the blame game and take responsibility for our own actions. We have to realize that life is not as simple as it once was and that we have drifted away from the morals and ideology that made this country great. We have placed political correctness and the lust for pleasure ahead of what is really important. We have a society that has become calloused to violence.


This country has to return to its founding beliefs and ideologies; place God, family and country ahead of anything else. Take the time during this holiday season to reflect on what is really important in your life and remember everything else is just superfluous  fluff.



Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

to all of our members

from the staff of the Exotic Wildlife Association


The EWA office will be closed December 24th – January 1st, 2013.

We will re-open at 8:00 a.m. on January 2nd, 2013.