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Libs In A Tizzy About Don Trump Jr African Hunting Trip

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by KRSOne, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. KRSOne

    KRSOne Registered User

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    Did they talk about this on the show? I know how much Norton likes hunters.

    Donald Trump Jr. And Eric Trump's Hunting Trip Causes Stir (PHOTOS)

     
  2. fletcher

    fletcher Darkness always says hello.
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    A hunting trip ends with dead animals. Shocking.
     
  3. LiddyRules

    LiddyRules I'm Gonna Be The Bestest Pilot In The Whole Galaxy

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    Donald Trumps Hair!!! LOL
     
  4. gleet

    gleet What's black and white and red all over?

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    Legally taken. I never felt the urge to shoot an elephant, but I will be getting deer and elk tags again this year.

    Speaking of legally taken and getting shit for it, here is the head of the California FAG, he came to Idaho and shot a legal lion, and now they are trying to get him removed from office for political reasons. Disgusting. If they can get him off the commission, they can get one more lib on it and have a majority.

    http://www.scpr.org/programs/airtalk/2012/03/08/25516/fish-and-game
     
  5. Buds Spuckley

    Buds Spuckley Registered User

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    I dont care about them hunting but they both have such punchable looking faces.
     
  6. Biff Hardslab

    Biff Hardslab I have the t-shirt

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    Thread title is misleading.
     
  7. Buster H

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    I don't know if I could bring myself to shoot a leopard or whatever that spotted cat is, but if it's not endangered and the populations are regulated, have at it.

    I'll be getting my deer tags again this year in the hopes of getting some meat for the freezer again
     
  8. CousinDave

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    How about voicing some outrage where its needed

    Little Barry is letting some indians kill a couple of bald eagles for "religious purposes"
     
  9. Buster H

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    hadn't heard that one. They aren't on the endangered species list anymore. When I was in alaska, I must have seen at least 20-30 while kayaking one day. Saw on on 87 just south of albany a few months ago too. As long as it is a very limited number, I say go for it kemosabe.
     
  10. VMS

    VMS Victim of high standards and low personal skills.

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    I'm not really bothered by it. The Native Americans have been granted a highly limited license to kill just a couple of a species that isn't endangered. No big deal.

    Shit, if Ben Franklin had his way, are you saying we shouldn't be eating delicious turkey for holiday dinners? At my college, we serve our mascot up all the damn time: turkey is delicious, my friend.
     
  11. Motor Head

    Motor Head HIGHWAY TRASH REMOVAL

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    Shooting the big cat would bother me. It actually bothers me a lot. The "regulation" you speak of is of course in Africa. I'm pretty sure if you pay enough money they will let you hunt little kids in a canned hunt over there. Sorry, but the taking of big cats just feels wrong. Big cats are under a great deal of pressure because of the hyena population explosion.
     
  12. CougarHunter

    CougarHunter Lying causes cat piss smell.

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    I was hoping it was a good old fashioned long pig hunt. A little missionary revenge.
     
  13. Party Rooster

    Party Rooster Unleash The Beast

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    If it ok if I LOL over this?

    I guess killing exotic animals for me is like how some people feel about abortions and killing babies. Not something I feel comfortable doing, but as long as it's legal, knock yourself out if you like it...
     
  14. Mags

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    I know a rich guy who's house is adorned with Lions, Panthers, Tigers and Leopards. He shot them all himself. He's also got 30-40 other mounted Gazelles and other stuff.

    He now takes other rich guys to hunt these animals as a business. If you've got money you can go to Africa and hunt anything, endangered or not. I don't remember the countries he hunts in but I'm thinking Kenya and Zimbabwe were two of them.

    Sorry kids, rich guys can kill what they want.
     
  15. whiskeyguy

    whiskeyguy PR representative for Drunk Whiskeyguy.

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    If's cool. :action-sm

    I actually really dislike wealthy people who go to Africa or wherever to hunt exotic animals... they give regular hunters a bad name. In America, there's a science behind regulated hunting and it would actually be very detrimental to ecosystems if we stopped "harvesting" game. I doubt Africa puts as much thought into it as we do.
     
  16. gleet

    gleet What's black and white and red all over?

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    CITES sets the quota on leopards now. And there are only an estimated 2 million left in Africa.

    http://www.sportsafield.com/notes-from-afield/lot-leopards
     

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