Palin: Take Consistent and Firm Stand Against Moose Poaching

Another example of Palin’s disregard for wildlife aka the eco-system and the environment.

Palin: Take Consistent and Firm Stand Against Moose Poaching

Target: Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin
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The backstory to Sarah Palin’s accusations against her former brother-in-law, Trooper Mike Wooten, reveals how Palin and her family have shown utter disregard for wildlife – unless it can be used to her political advantage!

According to the Troopergate investigation, Palin’s sister Molly got a permit and invited her then-husband, Trooper Wooten, to join her on a moose hunting trip. When it came time to actually shoot the moose, Molly had no interest and asked Wooten to take the shot – even though it is illegal to shoot an animal under someone else’s permit. After the shooting, the Wootens brought the moose to Palin’s father for him to butcher.

Sarah Palin and her family had no issue with asking Wooten to illegally kill the moose under his wife’s permit, nor did they have a problem butchering or eating it. But once Sarah Palin decided she could use the moose killing to attack her former brother-in-law, she did.

Palin needs to know: Moose are not political pawns – they are majestic animals and deserve to be treated humanely!

What a quotable quote from the Palin one:

When I look every day, the big oil company’s building is right out there next to me, and it’s quite a reminder that we should have mutually beneficial relationships with the oil industry.

Who’s palling around with questionable elements? I just don’t get how McCain reconciled getting a running mate with a completely different take from his on such an important issue as the environment, and worse, start to lean towards her warped reasoning for palling around with the grease boys, and spurt more oil in Alaska.

What a palin in the neck. I really really hope Americans aren’t that stupid.


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