Citizens Protest Wolf Kill Bill “Co-Author” Facing Recall

28 May

Below is a story about pro-wolf citizens protesting wolf kill bill “co-author” Terry Moulton at an appearance he made in Eau Claire. Moulton is facing recall for his extreme right wing positions that align with Scott Walker. From the article:

“Conservation groups and concerned citizens have come out strongly against the legislation, however, calling into question the timing of the hunt so soon after the listing change, as well as criticizing Moulton and the bills’ supporters for working on the legislation during a time when they claimed to be focused entirely on job creation.”

“Asked what he had done to help create jobs for the people of the 23rd district Moulton pointed to his work on the wolf hunting bill.”

What? Jobs from the wolf kill bill? These anti-wildlife clowns are really out of touch with reality. It is really great to see people out there protesting these anti-wildlife clowns like Moulton. Keep it up. 

Full article here:

Protest of Wisconsin wolf hunt law follows state senator facing recall


Posted by on May 28, 2012 in Uncategorized


4 responses to “Citizens Protest Wolf Kill Bill “Co-Author” Facing Recall

  1. Animal Connection

    May 28, 2012 at 5:12 pm

    Reblogged this on Animal Connection.

  2. Bobette Traul

    May 28, 2012 at 11:49 pm

    3 or 4 yrs. back I read in the Wi. Journal that Idaho needed jobs and the wolf hunt was the answer. Fools. What- the bars and motels are going to profit from this? This isn’t about mangemant at all but money. Hope Malone is recalled. Loved Michael Feldman’s artical in the Sunday’ Journal.

    • rali74

      May 29, 2012 at 7:56 am

      If there is any jobs from all of the killing it is very minimal compared to what eco-tourism would bring in. Look at all of the money brought in to the Yellowstone area by tourists from all over the world hoping to catch a glimpse of wolves. These people are so intrenched in their killing obsession that they ignore the potential goldmine that wolves and eco-tourism can bring to an area. Who wants to go into wild areas when it is a free fire zone littered with land mines (traps) and destruction? Look at all of the damage that hounders are causing our forests in the north. Patricia had a retired state forester talk about this specifically. I can’t even calculate how much money my wife and I have spent visiting and hiking wild areas. I would certainly be willing to bet that it is far more than an average hunter or trapper spends to practice their bloodsport. If these agencies really care about their funding they will focus on bringing in the eco-tourists and their money rather than the blood money that they so covet now.

  3. Billy Angus

    May 30, 2012 at 11:48 pm

    Get all the @#%&!! Far Right freaks out of office!!!


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