Idaho Wolves 1, Inbreds 0
Might as well savor this one victory. Wolves, and the people who still believe in the Endangered Species Act, have won this particular battle against the inbred mouthbreathers who won't have a minute's peace until the last wild animal has been killed. For now, an Idaho wolf pack is safe from the professional hunter — YOUR tax dollars at work — who was hired by Idaho Fish and Wildlife to kill wolves inside the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.
The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness is a federal wilderness area, and the professional hunter — again, paid for with YOUR tax dollars — was using air strips, cabins and other equipment provided by the U.S. Forest Service.
Defenders of Wildlife filed a lawsuit to stop this wolf hunt on federal land. The first judge to hear their case refused to stop the hunt. But just a few hours ago, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals convinced Fish and Game officials to call off the hunt. A spokesperson from Defenders of Wildlife said:
“They had planned to stay there through April. I hope that they don't target wolves in the wilderness again. There's huge respect for wilderness in this state. This is one of the only places where wildlife can run free, can actually achieve more of a natural balance.”
According to the linked article, wolves were reintroduced into Idaho in the mid-1990s — presumably so a bunch of neckdrooling retards can shoot them when they get tired of watching cement harden and pulling the wings off of flies.
Thank you Defenders of Wildlife for your persistence.