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Re: “Game and Fish kills 15 deer

i love how the AGFC made two statements here. basically doing what they want when they want. read what they stated here

“We absolutely have to do everything in our power to protect Arkansas’s deer herd and removing questionable animals is paramount to achieving that goal,” he explained. There is currently no cure, vaccine or live test for the disease.

ok did we see that? now look at this for a second....


The meat was taken to a processing facility in Benton for distribution to various food banks through Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry. All meat is being retained at the processing facility and is not subject to release until AGFC confirms that disease testing has been completed and results are “negative” for CWD and any other disease. The tests are being conducted at a U. S. Department of Agriculture facility in Ames, Iowa.

with that said if theres no live test for it then why send anything to ames iowa? now if there is a test that can be done after death then what tests can be done that can not be done while alive? is there some blood tests they do that they do not want to do? does this make sense? what i would like to know also is how long did the owner posses the animals? if it was previous to 2002 then correct me if im wrong but should that not mean these animals are exempt? if you look at the clubs in little rock when the law was changed to a 2am closing time the ones that had been open prior to the law being enacted become exempt. so if it was legal before hand then it should be exempt or accepted now for those animals. and if he were to obtain new ones the same way he obtained these he should have to go thru the new laws. and if the original pets gave birth to these then these should be considered natieve. just ones thoughts today....

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Posted by fair_rights on 09/16/2010 at 6:14 PM

Re: “A state car in every garage

heres a thought for the moment. why allow vehicles be at employees driveways? i work for a company where we are required to leave the vehicles at the company or on a given location where the vehicle is assigned to. then the employees are required to report to the assigned location where the vehicle is assigned. why has no one at the AGF, AHTD, state agencies and the such where vehicles are assigned to persons, not made the persons report to that location, or have parking decks or parking lots where the vehicles are stored when not in use? therefore, there can also be a central location where there is a repair facility onsite to do any repairs? can we say the agencies would save maybe millions of dollars in possibly tax payer dollars. this is not only an isolated incident here. i can recall when state govenment had to answer to the irs and the government. people are asking why? well let me tell you its at the top.... not just at the government level but also in many major buisness this type of unaccountability goes on daily with no governce. just like the southern cal. gas line explosion. now out that the gas comp recieved millions to pay for repairs a year ago to the pipe line that exploded and again another 5 mil this year. then turn around and say oh its ok it wil be good til 2015.... then the explosion then we find out that execs recieved an increse in bonuses last year to the sum of some 60 mil? wheres the goverence? does this sound like the auto makers or wall street a few years ago? have we as americans not learned anything?

Posted by fair_rights on 09/16/2010 at 1:17 PM

 

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