The great Californian testicle showdown

A legislative rumble is shaping up in the sunshine state. The cause? An anatomically correct dog statue. No, it's not 'real' issues like immigration, Iraq or the environment, but canine gonads that get people going in Sacramento. The furor concerns a service dog tribute statue in a public park. The statue is an accurate representation of a living dog, including a faithful representation of the standard netherbits. And for some Californians, this will simply not stand. Apparently, the doggy groin sends the wrong message about the need to spay or neuter your pet. Said local moonbat Dan Nender:

"This is the will of the people... and don't ask me which people, and we're going to carry it out.  If this guy doesn't want to do the work himself, we'll sneak in there at night and use a Saws-All on it. We cannot have intact testicles on government property.  As California government officials, at least the ones on our side, will attest to, Sacramento is a testicle-free zone."

Jesus. A tecticle-free zone? This may comes as news to, oh, I don't know, every male that lives in Sacramento. On the upside, a no-testicle policy may help prevent Nender from passing his genes.

I am constantly amazed at the human capacity for ignoring actual problems and fixate on totally inane issues. Memo to Mr. Nender: read a newspaper. Take a look around. Your country is well down the road to economic, social and environmental collapse. The removal of testicles from a statue will not solve these problems. You are a waste of time and human potential.