Plea To US Senate: Don’t Abandon Wolves to Brutal State “Management”!

UPTDATE: APRIL 13, 2011

PLEASE WRITE TO SENATORS AND GIVE THEM HOWLING FOR JUSTICE  AND WOLF WARRIORS URLS.

HOWLING FOR JUSTICE

https://howlingforjustice.wordpress.com.

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WOLF WARRIORS

https://www.facebook.com/WolfWarriors

ASK THEM TO PLEASE READ THIS POST. TELL THEM HUNDREDS OF WOLVES WILL DIE BRUTAL DEATHS IF THEY VOTE YES ON THE BUDGET DELISING BILL. WE HAVE TO WIN THIS FOR WOLVES.

WE ARE WOLF WARRIORS AND WE ARE MIGHTY WHEN WE UNITE!!

This hard-hitting DOW video demonstrated the brutality of Sarah Palin’s Alaska wolf policies, when she was governor.  What people don’t know is wolves are aerial gunned in the Northern Rockies by Wildlife Services every year. The same suffering that befalls Alaska wolves is repeated in the Northern Rockies.

I wonder if Senators know legislation was proposed recently in Idaho that would place a $500 bounty on wolves’ heads.?

Final Draft of Idaho Wolf Legislation

February 26, 2011 — Ken Cole

Legislation rescinds the 2002 Wolf Management Plan and calls for $500 per head bounty on wolves.

CLICK HERE to read the rest of the post.

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THERE IS NO WOLF CRISIS IN THE NORTHERN ROCKIES!

The wolf delisting  rider is all about pandering to the ranching and hunting lobbies  for votes. Wolves are very popular with the American people. It’s a small, well-funded minority that wants them gone. And I do mean gone.

Before wolves were relisted, in August 2010,  Montana planned to raise their wolf hunt quota from 75 to 186 and add a wolf archery and back country rifle season. Idaho wanted to add baiting, calling and trapping to their brutal bag of tricks.

Idaho extended their 2009 wolf hunt to March 31, 2010, right through wolf breeding and denning season. The hunt was originally planned to end on December 31, 2009 but Idaho commissioners voted to keep it going until the end of March, A SEVEN MONTH LONG HUNT. Does this sound fair and reasonable to you? What fate do you think is waiting for wolves if they are delisted with no judicial review?

Wolves are social animals, in fact they are included with humans and African lions as three of the most social species on earth.

If you pass the budget wolf delisting rider,  not only will  wolves be killed  in the hundreds, splitting families apart, leaving pups to starve or worse but much of  the killing will be done with malice! The haters don’t just want to kill wolves, they want them to suffer!

Wolf Wars…Hate Mail

https://howlingforjustice.wordpress.com/2010/04/25/wolf-wars-hate-mail/

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Senators please don’t do the wrong thing for the ESA and  gray wolves in the Northern Rockies.

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Wolf Populations Not Sufficient To Put Them On The Firing Line

https://howlingforjustice.wordpress.com/2009/09/19/wolf-populations-not-sufficient-to-put-them-on-the-firing-line/

Posted in: Wolf Wars

Tags:  bad budget rider, Senator Tester wolf delisting rider, wolf persecution, political delisting, gutting the ESA

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  1. I would also like to point out that Tester and Simpson’s rider is unconstitutional as it violates the rights of Americans to challenge it in the courts which is the act of a dictatorship and not a democracy. In other words, what Tester, Simpson, and the other lawmakers who are refusing to take the rider out of the spending bill are doing is a criminal act. The rider itself is illegal according to federal law because it takes away our constitutional right to contest it.

    We need to stop this rider and save the wolves, The E.S.A, and our rights as Americans to challenge unjust laws.

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    • Justin, the only way a coward can win is by cheating. They would most likely sell their own mother if it would bring them gain.

      The wolf does not hunt for trophy, profit or gain. His methods of killing are seen as barbaric and inhumane, and he he is viewed as a creature of insatiable evil intent. The wolf is also not fortunate enough to eat out of prepacked containers like our family pets.

      I am not against hunting, although I would never hunt. Hunting solely for the purpose of food,and using everything with respect for the animal is how is was for eons, before we had domesticated cattle and people to slaughter our prey for us. How convenient that we are now spared the egregious practice which others provide.

      But sport “hunting”,just for the sheer pleasure of ego is an desperate attempt to fill a void that will never be satisfied. The darker side of human nature is a compelling force without conscience or reason.

      True hunters would not be threatened by the wolf’s presence, and real men would value his wisdom.

      It is man that is the true beast. For all of our human intelligence and potential for good, it is our cavalier indifference and casual malice that belies a deeper issue.

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  2. Criminal does not even begin to describe it.

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  3. what will we say if some aliens came and start killing us for no reason i wonder how they would feel about that

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  4. Someone on the NIWA page commented a while back that its a good thing the animals don’t get together and decide what to do about OUR population…
    (There is probably a really good political cartoon in that statement 😉

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  5. has anyone seen wolf’s rain it is a really sad but good anime about 4 wolves trying to find a place called paradise also if you look it up on youtube you need to dub it in english since it is a japanese show

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  6. I just love all these people who say their hunting is being reduced due to the wolves killing all the deer and elk. Well let me first say, we don’t have any wolves in Washington, even though people want them restored to the Olympic Mountains located on the Olympic Peninsula. Idaho and Montana don’t want them, great, relocate them to the places that do want them. Around here what you find is a lot of deer and elk left dead off of back roads. This is joy killing and certainly has no wolf involvement. And of course there are the poachers, who leave what they can’t or don’t want to take with them. Human beings are the largest and worst of offenders of wildlife death, not wolves. Domestic dogs have a higher % of livestock killings than the wolf, so why all this anti-wolf sentiment? I’d have to guess it’s like any hate group, just a focus for their anger and hatred. Remember, ignorance breeds fear, and there seems to be a lot that going around. Why bother looking into the facts when you can read or hear something, and by god that’s the truth. Education seems to be going backward in this country, not forward. Also you cannot partially delist any species Under the ESA, so I don’t understand why this should even be an issue, but nonetheless it is. People also seem to have forgotten that they are the governments employer, and as such should be demanding an accounting on all these laws they’re trying to pass, and public funds being spent without the voters knowledge or consent. They’re so concerned about the deficit, yet they continue wasteful spending, and pay increases for themselves. The cuts to the ESA and numerous other vital programs wouldn’t be an issue if it weren’t for this, and making deals with special interest groups. I know of no other jobs where employees can give themselves pay raises, or spend their employers money with no accounting for it. Just 4 universities alone in 2010 were given upwards of a billion dollars for animal testing, when they had the most sophisticated and updated technologies available that made this outdated and barbaric.

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    • Sorry everyone if I’m so quiet tonight but there isn’t much else to say. They may have the votes and they may not. It all depends on the Senate because they need sixty votes to pass. Please say a prayer for wolves tonight and KEEP CALLING TOMORROW. They will debating and voting in the House first. then the Senate. It’s going to be a very long and nerve wracking day for all of us tomorrow.

      God Bless You All and God Bless The Wolves,
      Nabeki

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  7. Does anyone know which politricksions are on “the fence” regarding this vote? Those should be the representatives we blitz with phones calls today…

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    • Flash…
      This is from last night. It’s a whip count for the House but very little info on the Senate. I’m still looking. It looks like Wyden is leaning no. So we need to encourage him to do so.

      WHIP COUNT: Budget deal appears to have votes to pass Congress
      By The Hill Staff – 04/13/11 03:00 PM ET

      WHIP COUNT: Budget deal appears to have votes to pass Congress
      By The Hill Staff – 04/14/11 06:57 AM ET

      The budget deal struck by President Obama and Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to avert a government shutdown appears to have the votes to clear the House and Senate.

      Votes are expected in both chambers on Thursday.

      While there will be defections on the right and left, Capitol Hill sources believe the funding bill for the remainder of fiscal 2011 will clear both chambers. The Senate vote, however, is expected to be more of a cliffhanger than the House vote. Sixty votes are required in the Senate as opposed to a simple majority in the House.

      A rundown of The Hill’s whip count follows. Please email updates to bcusack@thehill.com.

      LAST UPDATED: April 14 at 8:35 a.m.

      HOUSE

      Republicans Opposed (12)
      Michele Bachmann (Minn.) – Pressed for defunding of healthcare reform.
      Paul Broun (Ga.)
      
John Duncan Jr. (Tenn.) – Against war funding for Iraq, Afghanistan.
      Tom Graves (Ga.)
      Dean Heller (Nev.) Running for the Senate.
      Tim Huelskamp (Kan.)
      Steve King (Iowa) – Pressed for defunding of healthcare reform.
      Jim Jordan (Ohio) – Head of the Republican Study Committee.
      Ron Paul (Texas)
      Dennis Ross (Fla.)
      Steve Southerland (Fla.)
      Allen West (Fla.) Told The Hill he is a firm no.

      Republicans Leaning No (4)
      Joe Barton (Texas) 

      Jason Chaffetz (Utah) – Cited the GOP’s Pledge on CNN.

      Scott Garrett (R-N.J.)
      Mike Pence (Ind.) – Wanted Planned Parenthood language in final deal.

      Republicans Leaning Yes (1)
      Diane Black (Tenn.)

      Republicans Who Support Deal (20)
      John Boehner (Ohio)
      Kevin Brady (Texas)
      Larry Bucshon (Ind.)
      Eric Cantor (Va.)
      Vicky Hartzler (Mo.)
      Duncan Hunter (Calif.)
      James Lankford (Okla.)
      
Steven LaTourette (Ohio)
      Kevin McCarthy (Calif.)
      David McKinley (W.Va.)
      Kristi Noem (S.D.)
      Pete Olson (Texas)
      Joe Pitts (Pa.) – Was one of 54 GOP defections on earlier stopgap bill.
      Todd Platts (Pa.)
      Jim Renacci (Ohio)
      Peter Roskam (Ill.)
      Bobby Schilling (Ill.)
      Austin Scott (Ga.)
      John Shimkus (Ill.)
      Lee Terry (Neb.)

      Democrats Opposed (9)
      Xavier Becerra (Calif.) Member of House leadership.
      Judy Chu (Calif.)
      Elijah Cummings (Md.)
      Keith Ellison (Minn.)
      Eliot Engel (N.Y.)
      Jesse Jackson Jr. (Ill.)
      Eddie Bernice Johnson (Texas)
      John Larson (Conn.) – Member of House leadership said, “The majority party will determine the outcome of the CR.”
      Lynn Woolsey (Calif.)

      Democrats Leaning No (4)
      Luis Gutierrez (Ill.) – Rarely shies away from criticizing the president.
      James McGovern (Mass.)
      Mike Quigley (Ill.)
      Anthony Weiner (N.Y.) – Has likened deal to tax-cut agreement late last year.

      Democrats Who Support Deal (2)
      Robert Andrews (N.J.)
      Bill Pascrell (N.J.)

      Democrats Leaning Yes (1)
      Brad Sherman (Calif.)

      Yet To Make A Decision/Have Not Yet Announced (29)
      Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.)
      Roscoe Bartlett (R-Md.)
      Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.)

      Michael Capuano (D-Mass.)
      Russ Carnahan (D-Mo.)
      John Carter (R-Texas)

      James Clyburn (D-S.C.)
      Mike Conaway (R-Texas)
      
John Culberson (R-Texas)
      Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) – Senate hopeful expressed disappointment with deal on Friday night.
      John Fleming (R-La.)
      Phil Gingrey (R-Ga.) 

      Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) 

      Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) – Sounds like a yes in CNN interview.
      
Hank Johnson (D-Ga.)
      Jack Kingston (R-Ga.) – Will likely vote yes.
      
Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.)
      Randy Neugebauer (R-Texas)
      Jared Polis (D-Colo.)
      Tom Price (R-Ga.) – Member of leadership a likely yes.

      Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) – Big decision for the former Speaker.
      Denny Rehberg (R-Mont.) – Running for the Senate.
      Cedric Richmond (D-La.)
      Todd Rokita (R-Ind.)
      Tim Scott (R-S.C.)
      Jean Schmidt (R-Ohio)
      Jose Serrano (D-N.Y.)
      Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.)
      Tim Walberg (R-Mich.)

      SENATE

      Senators Who Support Deal (4)
      Dick Durbin (D-Ill.)
      Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)
      Harry Reid (D-Nev.)
      Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.)

      Senators Who Are Opposed (7)
      Jim DeMint (R-S.C.)
      Ron Johnson (R-Wis.)
      Mike Lee (R-Utah)
      Rand Paul (R-Ky.)
      Jim Risch (R-Idaho)
      Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)
      David Vitter (La.)

      Senators Who Are Leaning No (1)
      Ron Wyden (D-Ore.)

      http://thehill.com/homenews/house/155843-whip-count-budget-deal-appears-to-have-votes-to-pass-congress-this-week

      There’s nothing on the other Senators..are we assuming they are all voting yes? That means we need to be calling anyone that’s not on the no list.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones.
      Nabeki

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      • Where do we sign the Plea to Senate in order to avoid the abandon of Wolfes to a bloody action?

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  8. BIG MEN WITH BIG GUNS……..WOLVES DO NOT FIRE BACK,YOU ARE COWARDS,THIS IS ABUSE THE WOLVES DO NOT DIE IN AN INSTANT,THIS COWARDLY BEHAVIOUR HAS TO STOP,YOU WILL NOT BE HAPPY UNTIL THERE ARE NO WOLVES LEFT

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    • May…there may be a short supply of Viagra in these states.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  9. wolf have been around for manny years before me or you they hunt because they need to if we keep building they have to place to go there no differant then the animals i see here in texas eating other animals on the side of the road but when you call for help for these animal you get told it is not there area but then you can not get help at all . so what are thes epoor animal sto do but survive and hunt you would do the same if you were in that same boat you would hunt to survive hell you guys hunt know and for what it is call game but they do it to live and now you want to hunt these beautiful animals down . there spirits to the indians they see threw there eye so please do n ot let this happen

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    • It’s all about irrational hatred of an animal and scapegoating Mary. I think most of these people have never gazed upon a wild wolf and now they are taking that change away from Americans. It’s an injustice of epic proportions.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  10. I have never in my life heard of any attack on wildlife as vicious and sick as the one manipulated by Sarah Palin and those who are out there now, slaughtering them. Somehow, despite the contribution the wolf makes to the echosystem, these sickos have got hatred for them stuck in their craw and want to obliterate them. This evil has simply got to be stopped. Wolves have been here for thousands of years and have been doing their part to keep wildlife in balance. Man comes along and, as usual, upsets the scheme of things to suit himself–and the devil can take the hindmost. I hope to heaven that there are some members of the Senate who still maintain a modicum of knowledge of the wolf’s part in the balance of nature, exhibiting compassion and understanding of these maligned creatures, turning the tables in their favor once and for all. Meanwhile, Sarah Palin can go to hell, although even they will probably want nothing to do with her.

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    • This is really not about the wolf Barbara..it’s about having a scapegoat that can’t speak for itself to blame the problems of their sad lives on. They are beneath contempt.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  11. I do not understand why hunting is so accepted. I have been around emergency rooms in hospitals, and I know how people fear pain. So why are they so wiling to inflict it just for their own pleasure. I find this one of the most revolting characteristics of the human race.

    May the Life Giver help the wolves and all the creatures on this earth that people so eagerly and willingly torment.

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  12. Unconscionable thing to do. Sick!

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  13. How coward the hunters from an airplane gunning down bears and woolfs. They are the dredges of this earth! They are miserable human beings; the scum of the earth!

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    • Very well said Graciela….

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  14. absolutely inhumane and uncalled for!

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  15. wolves deserve better.

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  16. There is something terribly wanton about people who would senselessly kill Our neighbors.

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  17. El hombre es el animal más cruel sobre la tierra . El único que mata por placer .

    Man is the cruelest animal on earth. The one who kills for pleasure.

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  18. Hunters beware for there is someone hunting you and its not human or animal!!

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  19. Be human not a Neanderthal! Only Troglodytes enjoy killing. Anyone supporting this kill is spitting in the face of God and urinating onto the Holy Cross. No such depraved sub-humans should govern a nation like America! They belong in a mental institution for the rest of their useless life!

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  20. Moderating a comment? What about Free Speech?

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  21. Please stop kill the wolves!

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