People often ask me why I have such disdain for most in the hunting community. Read this article in a North Carolina newspaper and you will see why:
The old, “there going to take our “rights” to go huntin’ and trappin’ away” argument again. Then of course they have to spread lies and misinformation:
“If hunters do not get vocally involved in wildlife management issues soon, we may find that we no longer have our hunting privileges. Not if environmentalists and animal rights groups have their way. National organizations like the NRA, National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), and U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance (USSA), have valiantly fought the fight for many years. The most recent case that we reported on was the attempt to ban lead in ammunition lead by the Center for Biological Diversity. Now they are at it again in a continuing battle in grey wolf management.”
Valiantly fought? Really? Closed door meetings, buying off lawmakers, bullying tactics? That is “valiant?” Then we have the lies spread about the Wisconsin lawsuit:
“Last month, anti-hunting organizations in Wisconsin filed a lawsuit attempting to block Wisconsin’s upcoming wolf hunting season. In that case, a Wisconsin Judge granted an injunction barring a portion of Wisconsin’s wolf hunt.”
So now humane societies are “anti-hunting” in the minds of these extremists. And what “portion” of the wolf hunt was barred? The only thing the sadists cannot do is partake in legalized dog fighting. These shills believe only what they want to believe. Any bets they are the same ones who whine and complain about the “illegals” taking their jobs while they would refuse to do the same work? It is always one conspiracy theory after another in much of rural America. Next I bet they think us “tree-huggers” are going to take away their “right” to wear their tough guy camouflage clothes when they go hunting for food at the grocery store. Don’t worry you can go Ho-Ho and Ding-Dong huntin’ at Walmart all year long. And we are the “extremists?” Give me a break.