Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Indiana. Evansville. Sarah Palin. Right to Life. Death to the Wolves. Defenders of Wildlife Pursues the Governor.

No rest for the weary, but the Defenders of Wildlife (DOW) would have it another way---no rest for the cruel. Hey, I have no problems with that. Gov. Sarah Palin went to Evansville, Indiana on April 16th to attend the Vanderburgh County Right to Life fundraising dinner where she was hailed by Republican National Chairman Michael Steele as one of the GOP's current standard bearers. Well, sir, watch your step. That standard is dripping with blood. We don't want you slipping and sliding and end up with your foot in your mouth. The DOW anticipated Palin's presence in Indiana and sent out a call for donations to which I responded, but evidently so did hundreds of people. The response was great enough that the DOW was able to afford both print and television ads reminding the citizens of that state about the hideously cruel anti-wolf campaign that the governor is running. The governor obviously has a double standard when it comes to the right to life. Both PRINT and TELEVISION ads were seen by hundreds of thousands of people in Indiana.

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