I fell in love with Paul O'Grady during our trips to the UK. I've always thought of him as both funny and wildly intelligent. He's the kind of guy I'd love to have a quick cup of tea with. My respect for him grew when I visited, upon the recommendation of one of my readers (I don't know if she'd want to be publicly identified), a website The Broken of Britain and read some of the posts. There is a lesson here for all of us, government cutbacks always cut the backs of those who have the least amount of power and the least understood voice. Paul O'Grady calls for revolution ... I agree. I don't know how we as an international community can support each other. Anyone have ideas? I'm sure you do. First watch Paul and then leave a comment with suggestions as to how we can become a community whose voice is, if not understood, respected.