20 Jan 2008, 12:39pm
by admin

Dumping Cute Wolves in Vallejo

Radical leftist Congressperson George Miller from the East Bay (the environs north of Oakland-Vallejo, Vacaville, El Sobrante, Pinole, etc.) has introduced H.R. 3663, the Wolves Are Cute Act. The purpose of H.R. 3663 is to halt predator control in Alaska.

However, the people in Alaska prefer to manage their predators without interference from nutball commie wackos from Vacaville, CA.

The Honorable Don Young, the sole Representative from Alaska, is opposed to Federal interference in Alaska’s predator and game management programs. Don wrote a stellar letter about the issue, which we post below, and he offered a very workable solution: ship Alaska’s surplus wolves to George Miller’s district.

Since California communists spout affection for cute and cuddly (albeit deadly) predators, that must mean the proles in Vallejo want to share their habitat with them. What a wonderful thing-wolves stalking children in the streets of Pinole instead of Anchorage.

Catron County, New Mexico may want to get in on this deal. The residents there must endure Federally-dumped wolf-dog hybrids prowling elementary schools, killing livestock and pets, spreading disease, and generally terrorizing children and adults alike. Why not round up the NM wolf-dogs and ship them to George Miller’s Congressional District, too?

Most of Miller’s constituency do not speak English, nor can they read or write. They’ll never know what hit them! One day the streets are filled with garbage and gangsters, and the next day they’re filled with rabid wolves. No one in El Cerrito will even notice.

“Es that a wolf running down the street, Consuela?”

“No, es our Congress-hombre, Jorge Miller, seeking fresh meat again. Bring the children inside quick!”

The Honorable Don Young’s letter follows:

Dear Colleague,

We are now witnessing firsthand one of the most cynical, disingenuous, and misleading fund-raising campaigns ever to be launched by a radical environmental group. Center stage in their campaign is Rep. George Miller’s H.R. 3663, the Wolves are Cute Act, which would end the State of Alaska’s Aerial Predator Management Program. Contrary to what the bill’s supporters and their friends in the animal fund-raising community would like you to believe, the Program H.R. 3663 seeks to eliminate is not “aerial hunting.” It is a necessary wildlife management tool which ensures the State continues to have a healthy, viable population of wolves while making certain that these extremely efficient predators to do not threaten the availability of caribou, moose and other wildlife species on which thousands of rural and Native Alaskans depend for survival.

In their efforts to muster support for H.R. 3663 while raising thousands of dollars in donations, Defenders of Wildlife have been busy inundating unsuspecting Americans throughout the country with emotional photos and inaccurate information about Alaska’s Predator Control Program. As a result, I’m sure some of you have heard from misinformed constituents urging you to cosponsor Mr. Miller’s bill, and this week members from the Defenders of Wildlife will likely pay you a personal visit to follow up on their donors’ calls.

As Alaska ’s sole Representative in the House, I appreciate the opportunity to provide you with some of the many reasons why NOT to support H.R. 3663:

The State’s predator control program is a State issue, not a Federal issue.

The State program H.R. 3663 aims to eliminate is not “hunting.” It is necessary predator control used to ensure the security of the food sources on which wolves prey and thousands of rural and Native Alaskans depend for survival. As Governor Sarah Palin explained in her letter to George Miller:

“Our science-driven and abundance-based predator management program enlists volunteers permitted to use aircraft to kill some predators in specified areas of the State where we are trying to increase opportunities for Alaskans to put healthy food on the their families’ dinner tables.”

Because Alaska is more than twice the size of Texas, but has fewer miles of paved roads than Rhode Island, aircraft are the only efficient means of managing the State’s wolves. And because this is not “hunting,” issues of “fair chase” do not apply.

Your state may be next. H.R. 3663 is a direct threat to the constitutionally guaranteed state sovereignty over wildlife management, not just for Alaska, but all states.

Buddy, my constituent’s 10-year-old Nova Scotia duck-tolling retriever. Buddy is just one of the several dogs killed and eaten by wolves in Alaska in the months since Rep. Miller introduced his bill to prohibit the State from managing these predators.

“He started to bark and it turned into a yelp, then it was really muted,” Hubert said. “I turned around and he was gone, just gone. It was dead silent.” The next day Buddy’s owners went out looking for him and “found Buddy’s head and collar about 50 yards off the road.” - “Wolves kill 2 dogs in Anchorage-area attacks,” Anchorage Daily News, December 12, 2007.

Fellow colleagues, Alaskans are suffering from an overabundance of wolves.

The Predator Control Program that H.R. 3663 would eliminate is essential to minimizing the threat wolves pose to the nutritional well-being of thousands of rural and Native Alaskans, not to mention the lives of pet dogs.

I propose a solution that should satisfy all parties concerned:

Since the sponsor of H.R. 3663 seems to have such a deep love for wolves, and now that the Defenders of Wildlife have raised well over $100,000 on the animals’ behalf, I propose that Defenders use that money to gather Alaska’ s surplus wolves and safely transport them to the seventh district of California.

This proposal is a win-win for everyone, and I would suggest my colleagues present it to Defenders of Wildlife representatives roaming the Capitol this week.


DON YOUNG, Ranking Member, Committee on Natural Resources

20 Jan 2008, 1:03pm
by Mike

As much as we like Congressman Young’s approach, there is a more cost-effective alternative. Shoot the wolves in Alaska and New Mexico, and open the doors to the prisons in Vacaville and Solano.

The human inmates are at least as cute and cuddly as rabid wolves, and we save the cost of capturing and shipping wolves in from thousands of miles away.

And after all, it was those dastardly Republicans that built the prisons, not the Commie-crats.

20 Jan 2008, 1:58pm
by bear bait

Prison guards and their union are the numero uno contributors of campaign money in Caleeeforneeeea. They are 110,000 or more strong. A political force to deal with. They hold the keys to those prisons and their own livelihoods. Good luck.

Human wolves killing other humans is the main condition of Miller’s congressional district. His district is a bad-assed place. So he spends his time messing with places far from his district. What a piece of crap deal that is!!! But, if you are from a living hell on earth, I imagine you would spend your time dreaming of Eden somewhere else. It also appears that Miller’s pipe dreams are the source of many others’ problems.

20 Jan 2008, 7:12pm
by Mike

Are you trying to tell me it was the Commie-crats and their corrupt public employee unions who built, maintain, guard, and inhabit the American prison system?

That the only thing any Republican had or has to do with it is the occasional Rep (read non-union) public prosecutor whose job it is to pack more Dems into the Big Warehouse?

That the Commie-crats in Miller’s district live in a hellhole of their own creation inside and outside the walls of the prisons?

I’m shocked at your impertinence, Mr. bait! The decline and decay of urban America due to one-party Socialism is a Big Secret and nobody is supposed to talk about it.

21 Jan 2008, 7:18pm
by joanne

Miller can have our NM wolves, too. We have been looking for a sanctuary for the bad-assed ones since our Gov SpongeBill Richardson stopped all wolf control, and the federal agencies in charge chose to let him walk all over them. Perhaps those newly translocated wolves might be called upon to fix that other pesky problem, as well.



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