julierl 
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Re: “Setting the line

Bill Clinton the idiot....Mr. Logic shouldn't be pointing any fingers or doing any name calling.
Wolves hunt, eat their portion and leave the rest for other animals down the food chain to eat as well, right down to the flies and ants. They will leave a kill if they think humans are around (who could blame them?). So what Mr. Logic observes as "pleasure hunting" might have a little more going on. Also would like to offer that for the past 60 years or so the population of wolves has been so low, that the ungulate numbers correspondingly rose, with little reason for the herds to move around since there was little to chase them. So there are several generation of hunting "experts" who grew up with easy pickings. Now - a little balance is being struck, and things are a little tougher for elk hunters. Boo hoo hoo.
It's super easy to boycott beef, lamb and wool from wolf hunt states. The world isn't quite as desperate for ranch-raised products from wolf-hunt states as Mr. Logic thinks.

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Posted by julierl on 09/05/2013 at 3:02 PM

Re: “Setting the line

Oh, yeah -- Bill Clinton the idiot....Mr. Logic shouldn't be pointing any fingers or doing any name calling.
It's super easy to boycott beef, lamb and wool from wolf hunt states. The world isn't quite as desperate for ranch-raised products from wolf-hunt states as Mr. Logic thinks.
Wolves hunt, eat their portion and leave the rest for other animals down the food chain to eat as well, right down to the flies and ants. They will leave a kill if they think humans are around (who could blame them?). So what Mr. Logic observes as "pleasure hunting" might have a little more going on. Also would like to offer that for the past 60 years or so the population of wolves has been so low, that the ungulate numbers correspondingly rose, with little reason for the herds to move around since there was little to chase them. So there are several generation of hunting "experts" who grew up with easy pickings. Now - a little balance is being struck, and things are a little tougher for elk hunters. Boo hoo hoo.

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Posted by julierl on 09/05/2013 at 3:01 PM

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