@Liberal Ted"I think it's interesting that the left is
pushing this lion story."And the DN is just pushing it because
it's the hip thing to do?
I always hated it when I was dragged along during hunting season. We would help
look for the deer after it had been shot. I never tried very hard because I
never wanted to see the animal die! I know we kill animals for food. I eat meat.
If I had to kill the animal, I would probably become a vegetarian. It certainly
isn't my place to judge, but I don't see how people get a thrill from
killing? Seriously, does it give them a high or something? It is horrible to me.
My neighbor threatened kill my little dogs and it took me a long time to calm
down! Sometimes animals have to be put down, but you must admit, this kind of
killing is pure selfishness!
I think it's interesting that the left is pushing this lion story. Hoping
that it will be covered more than the planned parenthood videos that are coming
out.Let's not forget the children being slaughtered in our own
Apart from the senseless, cruel, and brutal killing of this beloved Lion, it
appears the public worldwide is appalled at the difference between this
hunter's professional and personal life.Minnesotans who live near his
home and his dental practice, appear to be particularly surprised and upset.
Planned Parenthood murdered millions of babies and sold their body parts so
"mommy can get a Lamborghini". Yet there is more news and uproar over
the lion that was shot. I don't have a problem protecting endangered
species. Let's get that out of the way. But how can we sit back and watch
our government sponsor the slaughter of babies? Let's look at history and
see what other nations systematically wiped out people (ie Nazis, Mao, Stalin)
just to name some of the more well known.It begs the question. Are
we (The United States of America) any better than those groups? When we have
slaughtered millions of children, all in the name of womens choice.
Hunting for food is one thing, and I can understand that. On the other hand, why
spend money and time to travel and kill something that you can't eat, that
never bothered you, just because you enjoy killing things? If you want the
thrill of the hunt, take a camera instead. A lot of your friends and guests
would much rather see a large photo you took than an animal's head on your
wall. In this case, the hunt is turning out to be a very expensive
one, as it may cost him his career.
To bad he wasn't in Utah, he could have claimed he thought it was a coyote!
Why kill for sport?
Common sense is legal.Wonder why he didn't try that.
Sounds like this dude is going to lose some business.