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Friday, October 10, 2008

Governor Palin

When you promote a grotesque program like Governor Sarah Palin's Alaska wolf slaughter, you can expect gruesome results.

A startling example: In June, after gunning down 14 adult wolves from a helicopter, officials from Governor Palin's Department of Fish and Game rounded up 14 orphaned wolf pups and methodically shot each one in the head in clear violation of a state law.

State law prohibits the targeting of pups -- a practice known as denning. Maybe that's why Palin's officials tried to cover it up, making no mention of the brutal pup executions in the state's June 30th press release on the killings. To date, none of the officials involved in the incident has been held accountable.

Governor Palin could be just a heartbeat from the presidency. Do we want a vice president who champions savagery towards animals?

Voters deserve the truth about Sarah Palin.

If you'd like to do even more to help spread the word, please consider making a donation of $28 in memory of the 28 wolves that were killed or whatever you can afford to help promote this video and place other ads to ensure voters in key swing states know about Sarah Palin's record.

Thanks to caring supporters like you we've already been able to educate literally millions of voters about Palin's disgraceful record on aerial killing. Our video and television spots have generated enormous media attention about Alaska's aerial gunning of wolves, from newspapers to radio, TV news to even Saturday Night Live.

Our efforts are causing more and more voters to change their minds about Palin. In the final weeks of this close election campaign you can help make a powerful difference.

Thanks for all your help so far. We'll be sure to keep you posted on our unfolding strategy.

Gratefully,

Rodger Schlickeisen
President
Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund
P.S. If you'd like to make a memorial contribution in honor of the 28 wolves killed in this savage attack, click here.

Notes

[1] http://www.newsminer.com/news/2008/jul/19/biologists-kill-wolf-pups-help-caribou-herd-popula/
[2] http://www.wildlife.alaska.gov/pubs/news/2008/06-27-2008.pdf



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1 comments:

jams o donnell said...

Okay I may not have a vote in the US election but Palin gives me the creeps.