Sunday, March 08, 2009

Obama's "Change" That Americans Didn't Vote For


Thanks to Mike McCarville at TMRO

Forget steaks, hamburgers, hotdogs, lamb chops, pork, chicken, quail, venison.
Wipe out the Oklahoma cattle industry, the pig industry, the poultry industry, the hunting industry.
Eliminate horse racing.
Radical thoughts, you ask? Not so to this Barack Obama confidant, whose animal rights views would overturn all of human history and destroy the world economy.

His name is Cass Sunstein and he is President Obama's nominee to become the nation's regulatory czar, the most important government position most Americans know nothing about. He's about to become the most dangerous man in America.

"We ought to ban hunting, I suggest, if there isn't a purpose other than sport and fun. That should be against the law. It's time now."- Cass Sunstein





Among top officials, this is the most important position that Americans know nothing about. All major regulations—from rules on clean air to airline safety to the administration of public lands—will pass Sunstein's desk. He will become, in essence, the nation's Bureaucrat-in-Chief.

Sunstein is a Harvard Law School Professor with long ties to Obama through the University of Chicago Law School. He's a radical animal rights extremist who would overturn all of human history to ban the eating of meat and hunting. He would grant legal rights to animals and allow attorneys for them to file lawsuits.



Concluded The Center for Consumer Freedom's report: "As the individual about to assume 'the most important position that Americans know nothing about,' Sunstein owes the public an honest appraisal of his animal rights goals before taking office.
Will the next four years be a dream-come-true for anti-meat, anti-hunting, and anti-everything-else radicals?
Time will tell.
For now, meat lovers might want to stock their freezers."


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Blogger Man of the West said...

In a way, I might almost pray for such a thing. I can imagine such a man trying to pry a slab of hickory-smoked ribs away from some of the people I know. The results wouldn't be pretty.

I'm about half-convinced that if anything could ensure a permanent Republican majority, it would be a Democratic attempt to force Americans to go without barbecue.

4:25 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

"Joyfully partaking of replenishable herbivores from God's own pantry"..- Ted Nugent

"Pork fat rules"- Emeril LaGasse

6:59 PM  

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