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February 15, 2010


...or hate in their hearts.

Elaine: You don't have to have a gun to have hate in your heart. Just go out in the public square and you can experience that hate when you are on the vocal side of an issue and the other side just wants you to sit down and be quiet. Just hatin' and no appreciatin' going on in that scenario.

Elaine, thank you for addressing this issue. It's insane that humans are taught from the cradle to think that pre meditated violence against animals is a joy. Otherwise civil humans think nothing of hunting to engage in the joy of killing. A hunter acquaintance once told me he prayed for each animal before he killed it--I thought he was a Christian. Now I can't help wonder what kind of god would receive such blasphemous communication.

I suspect the hunting community is trying to swell their numbers, and they found a partner who will give them free advertising with our tax money. I'm appalled!

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