Friday, October 1, 2010

Where's the Family Dog?

Who doesn't love a cute, innocent, big eyed puppy? What jerk would vote against a bill that would save these adorable creatures from a life of abuse? That is what HSUS wants you to think but "The Puppy Mill Bill" is a LIE!

If Prop B goes through the family dog won't be with the family anymore. If HSUS gets their way we won't have pets...or rights. Proposition B or better known as "The Puppy Mill Bill" is going to be on the ballot this November. So, what is Prop B?

Prop B has been pushed on the ballot by the Humane Society of the United States (not to be confused with your local animal shelter). This bill was designed to eliminate all dog breeding in Missouri. It will allow authorities to charge licensed breeders with a misdemeanor crime of "cruelty" if they have a cobweb in their kennel, a piece of food in a water bowl, a scratch on a painted surface, and this is only the tip of the iceberg.

Think I'm exaggerating? Read the fine print.

Prop B even reduces current regulations from 2 feedings per day to 1 feeding per day. These regulations pushed on us by the HSUS have already successfully shut down legitimate pork businesses in Florida, the egg industry in California, and now they are coming after Missouri. HSUS is shutting down legitimate businesses across this "free" country during a time when unemployment is skyrocketing. This radical group isn't for the greater good, they are for their own radical, selfish, illogical and irrational agenda that only hurts us all--including animals--and takes away our God given rights.

HSUS is a radial animal rights group, NOT an animal welfare group--BIG difference. Animal rights means they want animals to have the same rights as people do, i.e., you are charged for murder if you shoot a deer or charged with involuntary man(animal)slaughter for running over a squirrel. Just a tad on the radical side? I think so but if you're not convinced let's look at some quotes straight from the horses mouth--so to speak.

Wayne Pacelle, President of HSUS, Associated Press interview:

"If we could shut down all sport hunting in a moment, we would."

Another quote from Wayne Pacelle:

"I don't ever want to see another dog or cat born"

John Goodwin, HSUS grassroots coordinator, statement made on AR-Views:

"My goal is the abolition of all animal agriculture."

Michael W. Fox, HSUS senior scholar, Associated Press interview:

"The life of an ant and that of my child should be granted equal consideration."

Vote NO on Prop B on Nov. 2

To learn more about Prop B visit and join us at a town meeting in Mexico, MO

Prop B Meeting

Time & Date:
Thursday--October 7 @ 7 p.m.

Meeting Location:
4-H Building
21509 Hwy D
Mexico, MO

Missouri Farm Bureau

573-581-0971 or 573-581-6433

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