|Aww, how precious.|
Okay, before I get flamed for being cold and heartless, let me just say that I think protecting endangered species is generally a good thing. Although it might be going against the natural order of things, I think it’s good to protect the beauty of creation.
Be that as it may, as the dominant species on the planet I think we’re allowed to determine which species stay and which have to go. Why? Natural selection baby.
There’s been a big legal battle about removing the wolves from the endangered species list in order to allow hunters to cull the wolves. The state got stalled in removing the protection because the environmentalists got the state supreme court to prevent the protection from being lifted. The state government then petitioned the federal government to allow them to remove the protection so they could take care of the problem.
|You can't see it, but there's probably a pack of nasty wolves|
waiting to slaughter the photographer of this picture. O_o
Some are crying foul because the federal government removed the protection via legislation rather than with “scientific review.” Now conservationists are afraid that there will be a mass culling.
Well why the fuck not? As long as they don’t completely eradicate the species from existence, why should we give a damn? Look, the wolves are killing shit. That’s what they do. When there’s a fuck ton of wolves, that means they’re killing a fuck ton of shit. Why should the livelihood of farmers and livestock owners suffer because some fool conservationist has a problem with it?
I get that life is sacred, but
has a serious problem. They need to cull some of the wolves for a good reason. Why should human interests take a back seat to animal interests? Are we not a part of nature, entitled to our own growth and wellness whether or not some animals are hurt by it? Idaho
|Dan Rather is not pleased. I don't know|
if he is or not, I just ran out of relevant
pictures for thir article.