Three hot proposals are being debated on the conservation front in Wisconsin right now:
1) LEGALIZE THE SHOOTING OF CATS.
2) LOWER THE HUNTING AGE TO TEN YEARS OLD
3) EXTEND THE BOBCAT HARVEST ZONE.
PARDON ME??? Do we see any problems here?
The first proposal calls for open season on feral cats. Feral cats are defined as any cat that is not collared, under the control of it’s owner and not demonstrating friendly behavior. Both of my feral cats are currently out on the hot tub lid sunbathing. The proponents of this bill say that cats are killing too many birds every year. Those would be those delicious mourning doves that haven’t been shot by hunters.
Opponents at Don’t Shoot The Cat have a place for you to sign a petition and comment- and well you should. David Davis says: "Let me make
this blunt. If this proposal to legalize the hunting feral cats passes,
aside from losing total respect for the collective intelligence of
state of Wisconsin, I will simply choose to cease visiting your state
and will personally boycott the purchase any goods or services that
emanate from the state of Wisconsin. Period. And I mean it. No Kohler
toilets. No Miller beer. And I’m going to tell my friends, family and
whoever will listen to me to do the same." Now you go express yourself.
As far as the second proposal goes I think this photo aptly illustrates the advantages of arming ten year olds. They dress nicer. Their sisters look up to them. They take guns to school. Where everyone draws racist pictures.
To this: Voila! In all seriousness, really, get serious. Some things are just WRONG,WRONG,WRONG.
1,2,3, ALL WRONG! You would have to have, hmm, cheese for brains to consider anything but dismissing these proposals out of hand. (Thanks, Ruth.)