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I would like to ask any one from Okla to vote NO on SQ687 on NOV 5th. Here is one reason why! IS IT TRUE?

Truth is sincerity in action, character, and utterance

.......An example of the relationship between the industry and its workers is demonstrated by the Humane Society of the United States’ (HSUS) recent hiring of John Paul "JP" Goodwin, previously of the Coalition to Abolish the Fur Trade (CAFT).(3) Goodwin, who dropped out of high school to pursue protests, and stated, "My goal is the abolition of all animal agriculture", is now a full-fledged DC-based conflict industrialist.........

His dream: "If ALF was to get an above-ground voice, a political lobby, that is the next challenge
Source: http://www.furcommission.com/news/newsF03i.htm

The Truth Is That HUMANElines is a a project of The Humane Society of the United States and The Fund for Animals, that the HumaneUSA PAC was a creation of Wayne Pacelle and that Wayne Pacelle was hired directly from The Fund for Animals by The Humane Society Of The United States......

Hammer: So the real agenda and goal of Fund For Animals is a total ban on all hunting everywhere?

Pacelle: Yes.

Hammer: So all this debate about whether or not the Black Bear is threatened or endangered and the actual number of Black Bear that we have in Florida is really irrelevant since the goal of your organization is to ban all hunting everywhere?

Pacelle: Yes, but we also oppose dog fights and cock fights.

Hammer: Wait a minute. We're not talking about dog fights or cock fights. We're talking about hunting and I want everybody to pay attention and understand that all this emotional debate and rhetoric has nothing to do with Black Bears -- it is designed to help achieve a total ban of all hunting period.

Cole: Hey, I agree with Wayne. I'm opposed to all hunting everywhere also.

Hammer: That's your choice but the bottom line is that Wayne has finally admitted that Fund for Animals is out to ban all hunting everywhere. I hope people are paying attention because we finally have gotten them to publicly admit their real agenda.

Source: http://www.responsiblewildlifemanagement.org/on_hunting.htm

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What's The Difference Between Breeding Gamefowl In Oklahoma And Breeding Dogs In Boise?

Could We Say One Is A Felony And One Is Slowly On It's Way To Becoming A Felony?


Boise, ID Faces Breeding Restrictions
[Friday, November 08, 2002]
A fast-moving proposal in Boise could severely impact the breeding rights of local fanciers. The ordinance has already been read once, and a public hearing is scheduled for November 19th.

What the Ordinance Does:
Raises license fees for unaltered dogs from $20 to $60 per animal.

Requires owners of intact dogs to obtain an unaltered animal permit. Breeders must include this permit number in any puppy sale advertisements.

Directs anyone who sells or gives away an intact dog to maintain records of the new owner. If within one month the owner is unable to keep the animal, the seller or donator will be required to repossess the animal or assist in its placement with a new owner.

Requires anyone who sells or gives a dog away to provide the new owner with information about licensing and rabies vaccination requirements, along with other health information.

Substantially increases impound fees for dogs. If the dog is unaltered, owners will face the following additional fees: $75 for a first offense, $300 for second or subsequent.
The AKC opposes the concept of breeding permits, breeding bans and mandatory spay/neuter of purebred dogs. Instead, we support reasonable and enforceable laws that protect the welfare and health of purebred dogs and do not restrict the rights of responsible breeders and owners.

The proposed ordinance in Boise will unfairly punish responsible breeders who contribute healthy, well-adjusted puppies to the pet-buying public. At the same time, it fails to address the irresponsible individuals who do not comply with existing law and will not comply with new regulations. Additionally, although the AKC supports reasonable legislation designed to protect the pet-buying public, we are very concerned about the wording of this provision.

It is crucial for Boise fanciers to attend the hearing on November 12th to express their opposition to this ordinance. For those who can not attend, convey your concerns in letters and phone calls to the city council. Local purebred dog owners have begun mobilizing a grassroots opposition campaign, but more help is needed! For further information, contact the Idaho Capital City Kennel Club ([email protected], 208-345-5197).

Boise City Council
150 N. Capital Boulevard
City Hall, 3rd Floor
Boise, ID 83702
208-384-4422 (Phone)
208-384-4420 (Fax)

The Honorable H. Brent Coles. Mayor
Council Member Mike Wetherell, President
Council Member Vernon Bisterfeldt
Council Member Paula Forney
Council Member Jerome Mapp
Council Member Jon Mason

Source: http://www.akc.org/news/index.cfm?article_id=1592

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