Stacy Westly 
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Re: “Video Update: NYC Howl-In Protests Idaho Wolf Hunt

Dear DarkWolf40, thank you for your comment! It is nice to hear from someone in the region who does not agree with the anti-wolf contingent!

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Posted by Stacy Westly on 09/16/2011 at 11:46 AM

Re: “Video Update: NYC Howl-In Protests Idaho Wolf Hunt

@Bruce, yep, it's me ... challenging you once again to knock off the name-calling and generalizations. It is difficult to take you, anti-wolf folks, anti-hunter folks, etc. seriously when y'all just thumb your noses at each other. Just because someone loves wildlife does not preclude them from loving wolves. Just because someone loves wolves does not mean that all other wildlife is expendable. Wolves are part of wildlife. What you are actually claiming is that people who loves wolves cannot possibly also love wildlife. That is nonsense. How so? Well, I love wolves ... and elk ... and lions ... and squirrels ... and and and. I love all animals. I am a city-dweller who knows how to hunt. I am a person, a good, decent person ... not a Nazi ... not part of a cult. Just an average person. You tend to devolve into rhetoric when faced with an opposing point of view. I am picking on you, because we have tangoed before. However, my post applies to anyone who denigrates wolves, hunters, anyone. We need to be grown-ups and put on our reasonable pants. Shouting back and forth across the playground has not resolved any problems. I get a little sick to my stomach when I see these posts ... the meanness. Everyone would benefit from taking a step back, taking a nice deep breath, and using their indoor voices. Death threats and slanderous remarks will get us nowhere. Courtesy is NOT a weakness.

Posted by Stacy Westly on 09/15/2011 at 9:33 PM

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