Sunday, January 3, 2010

Sabbotage Sue's Petition

Well Ole' Slaughter house Sue (Wallis) is at it again, petitioning Congress for a return of the horse slaughter business in the USA. Some advocates are warning folk not to sign this petition but I say DO and SABBOTAGE it completely with our anti-slaughter pro-wild horse FACTS. There is a letter that gets automatically sent to your reps upon signing, but you can edit it all out and replace it with your own text and links. Everybody do this and Lets see how long before she decides to "poof" this petition when make her look stoopid (which she obviously is) as we prove our points with facts therein.

UPDATE: Jan 5, 2010

I see someone has been busy editing out all the anti-horse slaughter signatures as they were beginning to out-numbers the pros,...BIG TIME, not even counting the duplicates. DONT STOP NOW! We have em on the run!

Here is the comment I have just left:

Christine J. | Johnsonville, NY

Well hey there Sue, I see you have been busy editing out all the people who are signing in opposition to your proposal....havent you got better things to do then sit around editing a pro-slaughter petition,..like say, running the state govt? At this rate, nothing will get done in your state if you dont start devoting somemore of your time on matters of state NOT having to do with horse slaughter. YOU DO have other issues, have you not? I suggest you tend more faithfully to them and cease your bloody horse-killing campaigns for you are fighting a losing battle. Americans simply WONT stand for horse-slaughter. Havent they proven that to U.S. over the years? Why cant you get that FACT through your pea-picken little brain and MOVE-ON to more important things? Like "Fiscal Responsibility" and fighting against government waste. A good place to start would be to get rid of the Public Welfare Ranching System that only benefits a handful of "ranchers" who produce less the 3% of the countrys beef. This "Welfare Ranching" Program costs taxpayers nearly $500 million annually to administer.
NO COWS IN WILD HORSE COUNTRY!They are stomping our public lands to dust and ruining it for everything and everyone else!

http://www.freewebs.com/saveourwildhorses


Do you think she is having as much fun with this game as I am? lol -

Here is a copy of the automated letter that went out to my reps sent after sigining Sues petition, editded, of couse;

January 5, 2010

Dear Representative Murphy,
Dear Senator Schumer,
Dear Senator Gillibrand,

DONT NOT believe this hype being circulated by Sue Wallis. She is a rancher who breeds horses for slaughter!

Go here to learn the truth:

http://www.freewebs.com/saveourwildhorses

And ignore this BS (below)Ray Charles could see through this BS!

WHEREAS: Wild and feral horses on federal, state, tribal, and private lands must be managed to prevent overpopulation because they have no natural predators, and increase by 20% per year—doubling in population every four years; and

WHEREAS: The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and other federal agencies have been hampered in their efforts to apply sound science, and the best management practices recommended by range resource and wildlife professionals to control the population by continual litigation driven by animal rights and advocacy groups; and

WHEREAS: The Governmental Accounting Office (GAO) has reported that current methods used to determine the number of horses on public lands is seriously flawed resulting in the under-counting of wild horses, and that this finding is backed up by actual experience when far more horses are gathered in any particular Horse Management Area (HMA) than was expected; and

WHEREAS: Uncontrolled feral horse herds are severely impacting the environment and productivity of tribal, state, and private lands in addition to the federal lands, and that the numbers of feral horses off of federal lands or designated HMAs are not monitored by any agency; and

WHEREAS: Unwanted domestic horses are being abandoned on federal, state, tribal, and private lands which only worsens the overpopulation of wild and feral horses;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that we the undersigned members and supporters of the United Organizations of the Horse call on every policy maker and leader to support every effort to control the number of wild horses on public lands for the protection of the resource base, the sustainability of wild horse herds and native wildlife, and the preservation of the multiple-purpose mandate for the management of federal lands; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no wild horse should be held at public expense in captivity for longer than 90 days--if they cannot be adopted, sold, or otherwise permanently disposed of within that time that they should be sold to the highest bidder without recourse with the revenue being returned to better manage the wild herds, and the resource base; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, appropriations for the BLM Wild Horse and Burro Program should never be used to establish a welfare entitlement program for animals; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the restoration of a regulated and humane horse processing industry in the U.S. is essential to the ability of states, tribes, and local jurisdictions controlling abandoned and feral horses without unnecessary taxpayer expense, and without wasting a valuable, renewable meat resource that is welcomed by a worldwide export market; could combat hunger in the U.S. by providing a high quality, affordable protein source; and could be used as a domestic supply for pet food, and for the feeding of zoo carnivores; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the primary concern of the BLM should be the management of the public lands for a sustainable balance that preserves feral horses, native wildlife, fisheries, rangeland health, forage, recreation, hunting, grazing, energy development, mining, and most importantly of all, the people who live, work, and play on the land, and the culture, livelihood, and economic viability of the communities that depend on healthy, sustainable resource base in the federal lands.

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, therefore, that the purpose of the BLM is federal land management. No part of their budget or resources should ever be spent on excess animals of any kind, in any place, that is not federal property.

Well hey there Sue, I see you have been busy editing out all the people who are signing in opposition to your proposal....havent you got better things to do then sit around editing a pro-slaughter petition,..like say, running the state govt? At this rate, nothing will get done in your state if you dont start devoting somemore of your time on matters of state NOT having to do with horse slaughter. YOU DO have other issues, have you not? I suggest you tend more faithfully to them and cease your bloody horse-killing campaigns for you are fighting a losing battle. Americans simply WONT stand for horse-slaughter. Havent they proven that to U.S. over the years? Why cant you get that FACT through your pea-picken little brain and MOVE-ON to more important things? Like "Fiscal Responsibility" and fighting against government waste. A good place to start would be to get rid of the Public Welfare Ranching System that only benefits a handful of "ranchers" who produce less the 3% of the countrys beef. This "Welfare Ranching" Program costs taxpayers nearly $500 million annually to administer. rnNO COWS IN WILD HORSE COUNTRY!They are stomping our public lands to dust and ruining it for everything and everyone else!rnrnhttp://www.freewebs.com/saveourwildhorses

Sincerely,

Mrs. Christine Jubic


UPDATE: Ja. 8, 2010

I see ole SHS has deleted all of the anti-slaughter comments again, and currently there are none. Do you think we should give it a rest? HELL NO! Be ever viligant in the battle to shut her down. If we did, we will be doing the world a service as she is telling nothing but lies, and we can prove it. I think they are scared out of their wits right about now cause we got them on the run. I think it is finally beginning to sink in that they will never have their way because americans wont let them.
NOW is NOT the time to quit. Surley we have something more to say in response to Ole Slaughterhouse-Happy Sues' brand of "BLM",i.e.;BS, Lies & Mis-Informations.

2 comments:

Suzanne said...

I will if you will! Baaaaad.......

marilyn Wargo said...

You are one hellaceous warrior, love ya darling!! mar