Stranger Fruit

Yes, it’s Sarah Palin. And it has nothing to do with creationism. Read more here.

Comments

  1. #1 Rob Jase
    September 8, 2008

    Why would she worry? After all she believes that the end of the world is coming soon so she has to get in as much killing as she can before its too late.

  2. #2 Noadi
    September 8, 2008

    The thought of shooting any animal from a plane is just sickening. Science doesn’t seem to concern conservative republicans so I’m not surprised she would support this.

  3. #3 Morning Angel
    September 8, 2008

    Palin hasn’t done hunters or her state any favors when she advocates non-sustainable hunting practices. This is the kind of ignorance that ethical hunters fight in order to preserve their sport and the environment which sustains it.

    Disgusting.

  4. #4 Jessica
    September 8, 2008

    I love the justification: “Wolves, Murkowski believed, were clearly better than humans at killing elk and moose, and humans needed to even the playing field.”

    As if treating wolves as aerial target practice levels the “playing” field! And we complain about the affect realistic video games have on violence among adolescents!

  5. #5 shonny
    September 9, 2008

    Isn’t this in the Great American Tradition: God made the animals so that we are able to use them for trophy hunting and target practice. Kill for Jesus!
    When was Machine Gun Day 2008?

    Nut cases? No, – not that advanced!

  6. #6 Taylor
    September 9, 2008

    So if she ends up becoming Vice President, does this mean she’ll be shooting people in the face from an airplane?

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