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Old 02-16-2011, 11:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Kelsie52 View Post
Jim --those operations are essential I am talking about the SPORT of hunting for pure pleasure of the kill as it appears Morse and company are accused . I understand population control and the feeding of the hungry.

I just wonder sometimes how many people would be shooting animals(for sport) if they could shoot back !!

Have a great day !! on my way out to the sport of shopping with my princess
Do the animals who are slaughtered for furs, leather, guitar strings, pickled pigs feet, etc etc.. get to shoot back too? I do not agree with killing for killing sake. Many people will tell you that meat is not essential, and is in fact not healthy to humans. I see your point but mine is who and where do we draw the line?
I completely agree with laws that say if you hunt, you must dress the meat for consumption. If you do not want it, make sure it gets to someone who needs it. Many hunters in this area dress and donate the meat to the needy and shelters. I wonder if they have a food distribution license. So many issues... so much need for more government.
OF course you can argue that the food chain needs the body too.
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