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Re: “Thursday To-Do: Wing Spur Wild Horses benefit

Wake up, America!
America's horses helped build this great Nation. Let's work together to save them from slaughter. This is the best plan: First, cull all breeding incentives. This is upmost. Second, create a foal impact fee for all horse breeders. Third, remove horses from USDA.
These steps will gradually omit over-population and thus halt horse slaughter while making horses more valuable and redeeming their status as America's National Treasure.
BUT the Agriculture USDA committee has recently pushed a move to keep horses open for meat inspection. Of course, I do not believe this was done without knowledge of our Representatives, but held as a team move like in a Judge's chambers. Like the New York Times is quoted, 'Horse Slaughter will only die with money.' Let's give it to them.
Culling breeding incentives (crazy expenses we hand over to over indulged breeders who utilize horse slaughter to rid of horses that won't be champions) and then apply a foal impact fee. This will stop over population. And it will create MONEY. MONEY will stop horse slaughter and then and only then will all horses, all of OUR Mustangs - yes they belong to each and every single legal American, and all other horses from the sociopaths who benefit from horse slaughter!
Horse over population is a problem created by a big daddy government which has enabled the elite who utilize slaughter to get rid of surplus horses. Our government needs to stop the cycle, now. And they have to listen to the people. Mail petitions today. A postal petition is equal to ten online signatures. Petition site is Horses as National Treasure with Stephanie M Sellers.…

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Posted by Stephanie Sellers on 12/01/2011 at 6:28 AM


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