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Humane Society endorses Barack Hussein Obama

https://community.hsus.org/humane/notice-description.tcl?newsletter_id=2...

If you don't think this is a valid source, Google it and you'll find several more. You should be able to find at least one source you will consider credible.

I can't wait to see the excuses from our liberal friends on this one.

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Obama is 180 degrees to just about everything I value.

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`Bout 540 for me,hehe

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Whelland wrote:
https://community.hsus.org/humane/notice-description.tcl?newsletter_id=27497157

If you don't think this is a valid source, Google it and you'll find several more. You should be able to find at least one source you will consider credible.

I can't wait to see the excuses from our liberal friends on this one.

I can understand you don't care for the Humane Society by inferring what a negative thing it is that they endorsed Obama (another entity you don't like), but what exactly is so evil about them. Their main agenda is non cruelty to animals right? What do you have against that?

Even when I hunt, I feel I owe it the animals, I take to kill them as humanely as possible. Also, isn't their agenda mainly dealing with the humane and ethical treatment of domesticated animals from pets like dogs and cats to how stock is treated such as cattle in the slaughter houses. I mean, I know were killing them to eat them, but don't they deserve what little life they have to be free of inhumane conditions until they die. Hell, even the deer and elk we hunt live good lives until we harvest them.

I'm just trying to understand why an endorsement by them ranks up there with an endorsement by the Bubonic plague to you.

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Romey wrote:
`Bout 540 for me,hehe

Is that because they make you dizzy with their anti-hunting positions?

I guess if I have one good thing to say about that is that at least they are open and honest about their anti-hunting stance.

Here are some quotes from them.

"If we could shut down all sport hunting in a moment, we would." – Wayne Pacelle, as quoted by the Associated Press in Impassioned Agitator, December 30, 1991.

"Our goal is to get sport hunting in the same category as cock fighting and dog fighting." – Wayne Pacelle, as quoted in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, October 8, 1991.

"Sport hunting—the killing of wild animals as recreation—is fundamentally at odds with the values of a humane, just and caring society." – HSUS Website 2003

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I dont mind anyone endorsing anyone but what i DO find interesting is that the humane society own page is a picture of Mrs Palin along side a LEGAL and looks to be humanly harvested Caribou while they make out that she is a inhuman animal murdering supporter in thier words, "Gov. Sarah Palin's (R-Alaska) retrograde policies on animal welfare and conservation have led to an all-out war on Alaska's wolves and other creatures"
I think the humane society has done a fine job in what they do but its more then obvious what thier agenda is trying to point out.
As a ethical hunter and sportsman, can one truelly back thier obvious spin and thier candidate?

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Yes ,CVC you seen the nuance in my post Thumbs up

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Romey wrote:
I dont mind anyone endorsing anyone but what i DO find interesting is that the humane society own page is a picture of Mrs Palin along side a LEGAL and looks to be humanly harvested Caribou while they make out that she is a inhuman animal murdering supporter in thier words, "Gov. Sarah Palin's (R-Alaska) retrograde policies on animal welfare and conservation have led to an all-out war on Alaska's wolves and other creatures"
I think the humane society has done a fine job in what they do but its more then obvious what thier agenda is trying to point out.
As a ethical hunter and sportsman, can one truelly back thier obvious spin and thier candidate?

Well Romey, I don't agree with any of their ani-hunting stance and as you said they have a right to endorse who they want and it's no big surprise it's Obama and not Mccain. You know if I did a quick google search, I bet I could find a few unsavory groups who support or endorse Mccain, but that wouldn't be the reason I didn't vote him. It would be his policies.

Also, while the pic with the caribou isn't offensive to me due to the fact that is the one thing I agree with Palin about, hunting that is. I wish they wouldn't have used it as they are far more substantive defects regarding her which are far more effective at showing her lack of qualification for the V.P. slot.

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I dont see where Mrs.Palin is anyless qualified to be VP as Mr.Obama is to be Pres. That arguement just dont hold water. Maybe im just a dumb cowboy here but I listen, i listen with a open mind to both camps and have yet to hear any reasonable arguement that Palin is less qualified to be VP as Obama is to be Pres. The only real thing when i ask for a honest opinion of a Obama supporter to what they feel would be good if he becomes President and the answer i have heard several times is "change change change" so i say"ok what change, what promise true or not will change" The answer again "Change change change!!" my response, "yes you said, what change, what will change " thiers "change change change!!!!!!!!" And two people in the end said and i quote " because he is black" said that to me directly.
Now i could care less what color a persons skin is or what gender but being hypnotised to say "change" and the fact thier never has been a person of african american decent isnt enough for this dumb cowhand. Infact I would fully support a Palin and Rice ticket long before a MCain/Palin ticket.. But I guess my common sense and information must be a messed up cause I certainly dont see the cultlike following of Obama other then he is a VERY good speaker.

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I dont see where Mrs.Palin is anyless qualified to be VP as Mr.Obama is to be Pres. That arguement just dont hold water. Maybe im just a dumb cowboy here but I listen, i listen with a open mind to both camps and have yet to hear any reasonable arguement that Palin is less qualified to be VP as Obama is to be Pres. The only real thing when i ask for a honest opinion of a Obama supporter to what they feel would be good if he becomes President and the answer i have heard several times is "change change change" so i say"ok what change, what promise true or not will change" The answer again "Change change change!!" my response, "yes you said, what change, what will change " thiers "change change change!!!!!!!!" And two people in the end said and i quote " because he is black" said that to me directly.
Now i could care less what color a persons skin is or what gender but being hypnotised to say "change" and the fact thier never has been a person of african american decent isnt enough for this dumb cowhand. Infact I would fully support a Palin and Rice ticket long before a MCain/Palin ticket.. But I guess my common sense and information must be a messed up cause I certainly dont see the cultlike following of Obama other then he is a VERY good speaker.

I've said it before and I'll say it again and it has nothing to do with change. My analysis of the man leads me to believe he is a man of high intelligence, sound ethics and morals, and sound reason. I agree with his foreign policy view as well as his economic plans and agenda. I believe he will lead this country in a wise manner with the goal of bringing positive progress for all American willing to work for it.

I won't vote for Mccain because he wishes to basically keep the same failed foreign policies we've endured under Bush and which has brought us to the epic impending economic crisis we are facing today. I believe by voting for Mccain you will be ushering in continued economic hardship for the great majority of Americans and enduring unneeded troop losses and possible cataclysmic consequences of war with Iran. I believe Mccain is also suffering from the effects of impaired cognitive abilities and anger issues and due to his age may not carry out his first term. This as bad as his Presidency would be for this country pales in comparison to what we would be in store for America if Palin is the CIC.

She to me has shown an almost complete lack of knowledge in foreign affairs and policy and not too much in the intellect dept. She believes war in Iraq was ordained by God and to me comes across as a bumbling nitwit in any of the few interviews I've seen of her. Many repubs have flocked to support her simply because she is a believer and hunts and owns guns. The latest video with her and the preacher praying about protection from witch doctors is freaky as hell to me.

Hope that's clear.

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Romey wrote:
I dont see where Mrs.Palin is anyless qualified to be VP as Mr.Obama is to be Pres. .

Of course I agree with this statement. I will add that she is more qualified to be VP than Biden. The media gives Obama and Biden a pass on many issues that they would crucify McCain and Palin on.

Look at this quote of Biden's. How do you think they would have reacted if it was Palin that said it? BTW, I'll be in Billings for a 2-day meeting on Monday. I've never been to Montana before.

Senator Joe Biden Democrat Vice Presidential Nominee held an interview with Katie Couric of CBS Evening News. Biden said “Part of what a leader does is to instill confidence is demonstrate that he or she knows what their talking about and communicates to people, if you listen to me and follow what I’m suggesting we can fix this. When the stock market crashed Franklin Roosevelt got on television and didn’t just talk about the you know the pictures of greed he’s look this is what happened.”

Herbert Hoover was president during the stock market crash NOT Franklin Roosevelt. As if that wasn’t bad enough, television had not been invented!!! The stock market crashed October 29, 1929 Roosevelt was President 1933-1945. In 1929 the television was just being invented and the first station was built but certainly not in use in the manner Joe Biden is lying about

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