Anti-wildlife, pro-hunting act reaches U.S. Senate; you can help stop it

These are some of the animals who will be affected - you can help stop this!

These are some of the animals who will be affected – you can help stop this!
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3 thoughts on “Anti-wildlife, pro-hunting act reaches U.S. Senate; you can help stop it

  1. Republicans are generally anti-environment and anti-wilderness and anti-wildlife. They are generally anti-science, anti-logic, arti-fact, alternative universe party, make believe what -they-want party. They are the the party of climate change denial, the only free world major party this obtuse and paranoid (believing climate change a leftist conspiracy). The GOP has voted against the environment 90% o the time in the past 15 years. Examples: MT Senator Steve Daines ® has voted against the environment 99% of the time, Congressman Ryan Zynke ® of MT 97%of the time. GOP capitalistic, self-centered greed is no doubt a major factor. But many on the GOP far right believe in creationism. It is basically a party that is anti-logic, anti-science, anti-facts when it conflicts with capitalistic short-term, self-centered greed (no concern for the environment, let’s make a buck now). Their thinking may have a genetic basis. It is somewhat of a worldwide manifestation of conservative thinking. They staunchly resist change and progress. They stubbornly stand by failed economic-political theories (trickle down economics, unfettered/unregulated capitalism, states’ rights over federal general public rights, neoconservative militaristic meddlesomeness). They are the party of “No”. They repeatedly, annually, try to sneak through their anti-environment, anti-wilderness agendas on riders to must pass bills, like the defense bill. They are the Grand Obstructionist & Paranoid Party.

    References:
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/never-hillary-unites-republicans-squeamish-trump-173740202–election.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=ma

    https://exposingthebiggame.wordpress.com/2016/05/21/never-satisfied/

    http://missoulian.com/news/opinion/columnists/who-will-follow-trump-off-the-cliff/article

    http://sacb.ee/6jz0 Who are the good peoplehttp://missoulian.com/news/opinion/columnists/republicans-can-t-be-concerned-about-environment/article

    https://exposingthebiggame.wordpress.com/2016/05/04/the-fires-of-climate-change-are-burning-the-himalayas

    http://m.motherjones.com/politics/2013/02/brain-difference-democrats-republicans

    George Will, Republican pundit, is worried that the GOP.will follow Trump over the cliff. They will, pand were defunct anyway, full of only a few failed theories they keep reiterating, their siren songs of trickle down economics, unfettered captalism, and neoconservative militaristic meddlesome interventions.The GOP.will follow Trump over the cliff. Or, perhaps like the Neanderthals, their gene pool will be swamped by homosapiens sapiens of color and this obstructionist part will cease to exist. Republicans are generally anti-environment and anti-wilderness and anti-wildlife. They are generally anti-science, anti-logic, artifacts, alternative universe party, make believe what -they-want party. They are the the party of climate change denial, the only free world major party this obtuse and paranoid (believing climate change a leftist conspiracy). The GOP has voted against the environment 90% of the time in the past 15 years. Examples: MT Senator Steve Daines ® has voted against the environment 99% of the time, Congressman Ryan Zynke ® of MT 97%of the time. GOP capitalistic, self-centered greed is no doubt a major factor. But many on the GOP far right believe in creationism. It is basically a party that is anti-logic, anti-science, anti-facts when it conflicts with capitalistic short-term, self-centered greed (no concern for the environment, let’s make a buck now). Their thinking may have a genetic basis. It is somewhat of a worldwide manifestation of conservative thinking. They staunchly resist change and progress. They stubbornly stand by failed economic-political theories (trickle down economics, unfettered/unregulated capitalism, states’ rights over federal general public rights, neoconservative militaristic meddlesomeness). They are the party of “No”. They repeatedly, annually, try to sneak through their anti-environment, anti-wilderness agendas on riders to must pass bills, like the defense bill. They , perhaps like the Neanderthals, their gene pool will be swamped by homosapiens sapiens of color and this obstructionist party will cease to exist. Or, maybe they will take us all over the cliff. Republicans are generally anti-environment and anti-wilderness and anti-wildlife. They are generally anti-science, anti-logic, artifacts, alternative universe party, make believe what -they-want party. They are the the party of climate change denial, the only free world major party this obtuse and paranoid (believing climate change a leftist conspiracy). The GOP has voted against the environment 90% of the time in the past 15 years. Examples: MT Senator Steve Daines ® has voted against the environment 99% of the time, Congressman Ryan Zynke ® of MT 97%of the time. GOP capitalistic, self-centered greed is no doubt a major factor. But many on the GOP far right believe in creationism. It is basically a party that is anti-logic, anti-science, anti-facts when it conflicts with capitalistic short-term, self-centered greed (no concern for the environment, let’s make a buck now). Their thinking may have a genetic basis. It is somewhat of a worldwide manifestation of conservative thinking. They staunchly resist change and progress. They stubbornly stand by failed economic-political theories (trickle down economics, unfettered/unregulated capitalism, states’ rights over federal general public rights, neoconservative militaristic meddlesomeness). They are the party of “No”. They repeatedly, annually, try to sneak through their anti-environment, anti-wilderness agendas on riders to must pass bills, like the defense bill. They are the Grand Old (paranoid-obstructionist) Party.

    • The original act, aptly named the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act, was a joint effort of Sen. Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Sen. Heinrich (D-NM). Republicans generally may be anti-environment and anti-wilderness and anti-wildlife, but Democrats, at least in the Mountain West, are pro-environment and pro-wilderness yet equally anti-wildlife.

  2. The following E-mail is from N.J. Senator Cory Booker. As you can see petitions and letters work. I have sent this to C.A.S.H. and Patricia Randolf also.

    From: Office of Senator Cory Booker [mailto:noreply@booker.senate.gov]
    Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2016 2:31 PM
    To: tonegaglione@comcast.net
    Subject: Reply from Senator Booker

    June 1, 2016
    Dear Edward and Tone:
    Thank you for taking the time to write to me about the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2015. I rely on the input of engaged New Jerseyans like you when making decisions, and I appreciate you sharing your thoughts.
    On February 5, 2015, Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) introduced S. 405, the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2015. While there are conservation measures in the bill I support, I have opposed the bill for several reasons. For example, the bill would prioritize inhumane trapping on our federal public lands, which could put visitors, including children, at risk of getting injured in the traps. I am also troubled by provisions in the bill that exempt toxic lead in ammunition from ever being evaluated by the Environmental Protection Agency for negative health impacts. At least 130 species, including bald eagles and endangered and threatened species, are harmed by lead poisoning when they consume the lead fragments left in the carcasses of hunted animals.
    Again, thank you for writing to me. I am honored to represent you in the United States Senate, and I value what I hear from New Jerseyans about the issues our state and nation face. Please continue to keep in touch with your thoughts and concerns. For more information on my work in New Jersey and in Washington, please visit my website at booker.senate.gov.

    Sincerely,

    Cory A. Booker
    United States Senator

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