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April 18, 2012
Subject: HSUS and other constitution violators By Roni Bell Sylvester

Regards Constitutional (both U.S. and State) Private Property guarantees, I ask that who-so-ever wants a ban on humane horse slaughter, farrowing crates and chicken housing provide precise definitions that show any differences between your Constitutional guarantees and theirs.

For example: Do HSUS members enjoy a set of standards foreign to non-members? You can find out by defining the exact areas you think taxpayer subsidized unionized government employees and their HSUS partners have constitutional rights that usurp yours.

And who appointed them, “the voice of animals?” And why would their so-called voice trump yours?

If there’s a modicum of sincerity amongst HSUS members in finding doable solutions, for one example, the excess feral horses, they would have long ago used their assets (no government welfare what-so-ever) to legally purchase property and assume the financial burden of caring for then disposing of them upon their subsequent death.
Cost analysis would most likely reveal HSUS’s actions come at a high cost to taxpayers compared to the way humane horse slaughter would self-fund.

HSUS’s historical way of going shows little promise in their engaging in respectable, lawful, helpful actions. For to attain Wayne Pacelle’s goal to slaughter domestic agriculture production, HSUS must instead engage in puffery storytelling and bully tactics so noted as unworthy, unjustifiable, nearsighted and extremely costly to all Americans.

A side note: Quite the contrast between Wayne’s commercial, “19 dollars a month to me” vs. “19 dollars to support a wounded warrior.”

So to those who love animals, DON’T give your hard earned money to HSUS (or any so-called “animal rights” outfit). Give locally! That way you’ll know exactly how your time, talent and dollars are used.

In summary, there’s a probability those who want to ban humane horse slaughter will neither honor constitutionally held Private Property Guarantees, nor assume fiduciary responsibility towards excess feral horses. That’s why you should shun animal rights radicals, or at least kick them out of your state, ah la Governor Heineman (NE) style.

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